Berry Bros. & Rudd
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No.3 is the gateway to one of London’s most historic and atmospheric establishments.
Whether you choose our Cellars, Townhouse or Kingsman room, No.3 is the ideal location for an intimate meal, large reception, discreet meeting or lively party. Our experts will help with every element of planning and preparation for your event. From tutored wine tastings to dinners or reception, your guests will enjoy exceptional food and an unrivalled selection of wine from the company that has been supplying the Royal Family since the reign of King George III.
The cellars are ideal for lavish lunches and dinners for up to 72 guests, tutored tastings for up to 120, and boast discreetly integrated presentation and display technologies (4K Ultra HD and wireless touch-screen).
Our Georgian Townhouse provides an elegant venue for more intimate occasions. Beautifully decorated by celebrated interior designer Nina Campbell, the Long Room has a sophisticated atmosphere ideal for dinner parties, family get-togethers and business lunches and dinners. Enjoy drinks beforehand in the Green Room, before sitting down to a meal prepared to your specifications.
Behind the shopfront filled with wide-screen-worthy tailoring, No.4 St James’s Street is home to our new event space, the Kingsman Room. Relax over an apéritif in the intimate reception area, thenmove through to dinner in our luxurious and discreet wood-panelled dining room, which backs onto Pickering Place, London’s smallest public square.
Please note that – in accordance with UK government guidelines – restrictions may apply to the socially distanced number of guests allowed in private dining rooms during the Covid-19 pandemic. As this may be subject to change please contact the venue via telephone or email for up-to-date information regarding private dining room capacity restrictions.