Covent Garden is established as one of London’s premier tourist destinations and is ideally situated for visitors to Theatreland as well shoppers visiting the West End, just a stroll over Charing Cross Road. Covent Garden is famous for its piazza, formerly occupied by the country’s largest fruit and vegetable market, and the Royal Opera House in Drury Lane. Shoppers to the area enjoy the area’s trendy clothes shops whilst being entertained by street entertainment of the highest order. Covent Garden has an impressive selection of cafes, bars, old pubs and restaurants and is easily reached by Covent Garden, Holborn and Tottenham Court Road underground stations.
Balthazar restaurant in Covent Garden has two private dining rooms. Le Grand Salon Privé accommodates up to 60 seated guests or up to 80 guests for standing receptions. For smaller events Le Petit Salon Privé seats up to 24 and can also accommodated standing drinks receptions of up to 40 guests.»
The three private rooms at Brigit’s Bakery in Covent Garden can seat from just 3 to 16 guests for afternoon tea. The venue is also available to hire exclusively for events of up to 35 seated guests and for cocktail parties and product launches of up to 80 standing guests.»
Located in the heart of Covent Garden, Crusting Pipe has six private dining rooms accommodating 6 – 36 seated guests or up to 20 guests for standing drinks receptions. Exclusive hire also available for up to 160 seated guests or up to 200 guests for standing receptions.»
The Den semi-private dining room at temper steakhouse restaurant in Covent Garden accommodates up to 40 seated guests or up to 45 guests for standing drinks receptions. Restaurant exclusive hire is also available for up to 109 seated guests.»