Private dining rooms in St. James’s
As befits an area bordered by such illustrious London landmarks as The Mall, Piccadilly, Green Park & Haymarket, St. James’s is one of the capital’s most exclusive locations.
St. James’s is a district within the the City of Westminster with Buckingham Palace to its south eastern edge and the neighbouring West End area of Mayfair – from which it is separated by the Piccadilly thoroughfare – situated on its northern boundary.
This well heeled area of elegant streets and gardens, centred around St. James’s Square, has traditionally been home to private members’ clubs such as White’s, The Reform Club and The Carlton Club, leading it to being referred to as Clubland for the aristocracy. Rather unsurprising, Jermyn Street in St. James’s has for many years been known as the place to visit for gentlemen’s tailors, shirtmakers and shoemakers and Berry Bros. & Rudd – the UK’s oldest wine & spirits merchant – has occupied its Pall Mall premises for over three hundred years.
The district is home to a good selection of first class hotels including The Ritz, The Wolseley and The Cavendish as well as a number of exquisite restaurants with private dining rooms and banqueting spaces available to hire for group dining events such as breakfast meetings, lunches, dinners and corporate festive parties.
St. James’s is easily reached via two London Underground stations. Green Park tube station is on the Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee lines and Piccadilly Circus tube station sits on both the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines.
The three beautiful and intimate private dining rooms at Ginza contemporary Japanese restaurant in St. James’s can seat 6 – 12 guests with the larger room also able to accommodate up to 15 guests for standing drinks receptions.»
The two private dining rooms at Blue Boar restaurant in the heart of Westminster are ideal for intimate dinners, family gatherings or breakfast meetings and can accommodate 8 – 22 guests. For a more intimate feel, the room can be divided in two smaller rooms.»