Venues with private dining rooms in the Chancery Lane area
Chancery Lane is located on the eastern boundary of the City of London, between Farringdon to the east and Holborn on its western edge. The actual road runs from High Holborn, close to Gray’s Inn, southwards past Lincoln’s Inn Fields to where Fleet Street turns into The Strand, close to the Royal Courts of Justice.
Chancery Lane and the streets around it including Fetter Lane is notable for being one of the capital’s most important legal districts and the area is home to a multitude of legal practices as well as The Law Society of England & Wales.
The sheer volume of law firms in the area ensures that restaurants with private dining rooms and pubs with function rooms are always in great demand for group events including business breakfasts, business lunches & dinners, standing drinks receptions and corporate Christmas parties.
The district is easily reached by London Underground via Central Line trains to Chancery Lane tube station on High Holborn.
A kitchen by day and an exclusive dining room by night, The Pie Room at Holborn Dining Room is possibly London’s most celebrated private dining venue dedicated to serving pies and seats up to 10 guests. Open for private dinners weekdays and lunch & dinner on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.»
Located close to Chancery Lane underground station, The Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn has private rooms available to hire for 12 – 176 seated guests for private dining events as well as for standing drinks receptions for 20 – 350 guests.»
The two private dining rooms at The Amicable Society of Lazy Ballerinas in Fleet Street, London EC4 can seat up to 18 guests. The venue also provides the ideal space for standing drinks receptions of up to 80 guests.»
The private dining rooms and private dining spaces at El Vino Fleet Street can accommodate 18 – 30 seated guests or 20 – 50 guests for standing drinks receptions. Exclusive hire also available for up to 120 guests for standing drinks receptions.»