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Private Dining in London at Bleeding Heart.
We have a number of charming and atmospheric private dining rooms seating from 12 to 120 – all offering the warm hospitality and impeccable service for which Bleeding Heart is noted throughout the City of London.
For over 30 years, The Private Dining Rooms, at the privately-owned Bleeding Heart Restaurants in historic, cobble-stoned Bleeding Heart Yard have been the city of London’s first choice for client entertaining, business meetings, banquets, weddings, wine tastings and any event that calls for a celebration.
Perfectly situated, midway between the City and London’s West End, Bleeding Heart Yard is but a 3-minute walk from Farringdon Station, from where it is one stop on the underground to both Barbican and Kings Cross, or a 5-minute walk from Chancery Lane station and Holborn.
It’s history is fascinating: in 1626, Bleeding Heart Yard was the scene of a gruesome murder of the 17th century society heiress, the beautiful but wayward Lady Elizabeth Hatton, by a spurned lover, alleged to be a noted European ambassador.
Its venues are unrivalled in their diversity: six individually decorated Private Dinning Rooms attached to three very distinct restaurants in and around the Yard – The Bleeding Heart’s French Restaurant, Bistro and Traditional British Tavern.
We can host events for 12 to 150 people seven days a week and we are justly proud of our experienced and personable Private Events Team who will help you choose which of our private or semi-private rooms will provide the right setting for your event, whether it is a breakfast lunch, dinner or dinner party.
If for any reason, we are unable to accommodate your party at The Bleeding Heart, we additionally offer a range of rooms and semi-private areas at our Sister Restaurants The Don, and The Sign of The Don situated a stone’s throw from both Bank and Canon Street Stations.