Private dining rooms in The City of London provide a discrete environment for business meetings as well as corporate lunches & dinners.
The City of London, also traditionally known as The Square Mile, is situated between Shoreditch, Holborn and Clerkenwell to the north, Hackney and Whitechapel to the east with the Thames to its south. One of the principal centres of global commerce, The City is home to many of the world’s leading financial, banking and insurance companies as well as The Bank Of England and The Stock Exchange.
The City has an enticing mix of small pubs and upmarket bars together with an excellent selection of restaurants with private dining rooms. The City has many fine e landmarks including Leadenhall Market, The Monument and the The Royal Exchange. The City of London is well served with mainline stations such as Liverpool Street on Bishopsgate, Fenchurch Street, near The Tower Of London and Cannon Street as well as underground stations such as Liverpool Street, Bank, Moorgate and Tower Hill.
If you are looking for for a private dining room in The City, at www.privatediningrooms.co.uk we offer a great range of dining rooms available to hire for private lunches and dinner events.
The stunning Private Room on the mezzanine in Vinoteca City has an adjacent wine cellar and integrated private kitchen with a glass sliding door, as well as dedicated waiting staff. The room can accommodate up to 42 seated (50 standing) guests.»
Housed in a former City banking hall, The Counting House is a Fuller’s pub located on Cornhill, in the heart of The City of London. Oozing with history, The Counting House has four private dining rooms able to accommodate 8 – 25 seated guests.»
The medieval crypt at Cafe Below on Cheapside – in the heart of the City of London – can accommodate up to 50 seated guests for private dining events or up to 62 guests for standing receptions. The venue is under St Mary-le-Bow Church – home to the world famed Bow Bells.»
The Tappit Hen is located in the heart of The City – close to Cannon Street and Bank stations – and has two private dining rooms. The Sandeman Room accommodates up to 24 seated (30 standing) guests and the smaller Tasting Room seats up to 16 guests.»