Fitzrovia is centrally located, close to the West End. Situated between Marylebone and Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia sits in the area bordered by Euston Road and Oxford Street – respectively to the north and south – and Gower Street and Great Portland Street to the east and west. Home to the famous BT Tower landmark and the now demolished Middlesex Hospital, Fitzrovia has long been associated with artists and bohemians such as Virginia Woolf and George Bernard Shaw. Fitzrovia is served by Goodge Street, Great Portland Street and Warren Street tube stations. The area is home to many restaurants and is an ideal Central London location for private dining.
The private dining room at Michelin starred Pied à Terre restaurant in Fitzrovia seats up to 16 guests. The Chefs Table seats up to 8 guests with other spaces seating up to 10 guests. The main restaurant at Pied à Terre is also available for exclusive takeover for events of up to 40 seated guests.»
Since opening in 2015, The House of Hô has developed a popular reputation for its its own special brand of modern Vietnamese and Asian fusion cooking. The three private dining rooms at The House of Hô seat between 6 – 12 guests.»
The Ling Ling private dining room at Hakkasan Hanway Place accommodates up to 65 seated guests or up to 80 guests for standing drinks receptions. The semi-private dining room accommodated up to 20 seated (20 standing) guests.»
The two private dining rooms at Fitzrovia’s The Elysée can accommodate 20 – 40 seated guests or 30 – 50 guests for standing drinks receptions. The rooms can also accommodate 60 seated (80 standing) guests when combined. The main dining room seats up to 130 guests.»
Private dining rooms at The Royal Institute of British Architects – located between the buzz of Oxford Street and the tranquility of Regent’s Park can accommodate 22 – 250 seated guests or 100 – 400 guests for standing drinks receptions.»