The Fox Club review
One of the quaintest things about London is the hidden clubs which are unknown to all but their members. The Fox Club is one of these, located just off Piccadilly and moments from Green Park tube, it’s an unbelievably convenient venue with eight bedrooms and a boardroom. Its history is as rich as the area’s inhabitants, being the former residence of 18th century statesman Charles James Fox and his courtesan and wife Elizabeth Armstrong who ran a den of iniquity on the premises.
The rooms are all named after her lovers and each is decorated differently in a modern contemporary style. With a skylight and exposed wooden floors keeping the restaurant light and airy in summer and a working fireplace for cosiness in winter, this space is at the back of the club and can seat a maximum of around 25 guests. The small but cosy bar area, which leads onto the restaurant, is ideal for pre-dinner drinks.
These private dining rooms can be used for meetings or private dinners and food from the club can be ordered either as a working lunch or full meals.
Room hires start from £220 for a morning in the Board Room rising to £440 for all day hire.