All five outlets - Meridian Lounge, Clipper bar, Market brasserie, Peninsula restaurant and Eighteen Sky Bar - will enjoy panoramic views of the River Thames.
Located on the ground floor, the name of the Meridian Lounge reflects the hotel's location within Greenwich close to the meridian line. It will serve tea, coffee pastries, salad and sandwiches and include a 45-seat outdoor terrace.
The Clipper Bar will serve afternoon tea as well as an extensive range of wines, beers, spirits and cocktails.
The Market brasserie
Featuring an open kitchen, the Market brasserie is set to offer guests a choice of regionally sourced British meats and fish, which will be cooked in a style of their choice.
On the second floor, the Peninsula restaurant will serve a fine dining European menu to 80 covers, with a private dining space for an additional 24 guests.
Finally, the Eighteen Sky Bar on the 18th floor will serve a full range of alcoholic drinks alongside an Asian-inspired menu of sushi, sashimi and steamed buns.
Carl Chapman, food & beverage director at the hotel, said: "Each of our restaurant and bar outlets have been deliberately designed to incorporate uninterrupted views of the river with choice menus and dining experiences developed to evoke memories of Greenwich's rich naval history - the docks, the food merchants, smokehouses, bakeries, the history of time and nautical triumphs.
The Clipper bar
"The lineage of the area is laced into every concept within the hotel and my hope is that guests absorb this through the wonderful choice of fresh ingredients and suppliers we work with."
The InterContinental London - the O2 is managed and operated by the Arora Group under a franchise agreement with InterContinental Hotels Group.
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