Private dining in St. Paul’s
St. Paul’s is located in the western part of the City of London with the legal district of Fetter Lane lying to its western edge and Farringdon and Barbican located to the north.
The district is dominated by the 17th century St. Paul’s Cathedral, designed by Sir Christopher Wren. The cathedral, with its famous dome, is one of the capital’s most iconic landmarks and has provided the setting for many of the United Kingdom’s most historic pageants including the marriage of the Prince & Princess of Wales in 1981 and the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965. The Central Criminal Court at Old Bailey is also located in the area.
A great selection of restaurants with private dining rooms for corporate breakfast meetings, lunches and dinners can be found in and around Paternoster Square – home to the London Stock Exchange – and Cheapside. Other parts of the area including Ludgate Hill contain a mix of historic London pubs and modern bars with function rooms available to hire for group dining and standing drinks reception events.
St. Paul’s is one of the most desirable parts of The City for office space and home to a large number of professions including law firms, stockbroking companies and merchant banking organisations. The sheer volume of corporate offices in the district ensures it is a popular choice for private dining events at the neighbourhood’s hospitality venues.
The district of St. Paul’s is easily accessible via London Underground trains to St. Paul’s tube station on the Central Line.
Located close to St Paul’s in a Norman Foster designed glass fronted building, Manicomio City has two private dining rooms accommodating up to 40 and 60 seated guests which are also perfect for standing drinks receptions of up to 100 guests.»
The Boardroom at Davy’s at Woolgate – located in the heart of the City of London – seats up to 10. The Brasserie can accommodate up to 48 seated guests for private dining events or up to 70 guests for standing drinks receptions.»