If you or someone you love has a wedding anniversary coming up, hosting a gathering at one of these unique venues would be an ideal way to share the happiness of the occasion with your nearest and dearest, whilst ensuring the day stands out as a memorable event in its own right for years to come.
There are 2 dining rooms and 2 bars found throughout the 3 floors available at Ape & Bird. From the elegance of the Soho Room to the grungy Dive Bar in the basement, there’s a space to suit almost any occasion or mood, with the separate areas available for hire on an individual bases for smaller events, and full hire on offer for parties of up to 350. The rustic charm of the aesthetic gives it a warmth that is sure to make your guest feel welcome, whilst the selection of nearby tube stops means they should also reach you with ease.
The name alone at The Dead Dolls House lets you know that you’re in for something a little out of the ordinary. There is a gothic vibe to the décor that feels perfectly in-keeping with the Victorian heritage of the building itself, with ornate black and white detailing throughout that combines with the wood flooring and exposed brickwork to form a space that is anything but lacking in character and atmosphere. Though able to cater for large scale gatherings, there are also several private rooms should you desire a more intimate feel.
The Flamingo Room is found in the trendy area of Soho. This enviable location keeps it right in the heart of the city’s action, with both Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus tube stations reachable in just 4 minutes on foot. This bar and eatery is a great choice if you want a fuss free, laid-back get-together, with the simple yet characteristically London-style finish having attracted all manner of different event types, from sports screenings to conferences, and meetings to private dinners.
Carousel boasts 3 distinct floors, each complete with their own features and thus appealing to a broad range of different people. The upstairs space is inspired by Scandinavian minimalism, with a handmade feature table centrepiece, a bright and airy feel, white walls, clean lines and a polished concrete floor. Meanwhile, the downstairs space has a warehouse feel, with a more industrial influence. Throughout the spaces, you can expect to find high-spec AV equipment, and can make use of the in-house events team for maximum convenience.
Found at the Fleet Street end of the well-known Chancery Lane, Brasserie Blanc has an understated, sophisticated feel that makes it very much at home in its legal district setting. Tuck yourself away from the hustle and bustle of the city in a booth, head downstairs to the dining room or book the elegant private room, depending on your needs. Well connected, Chancery Lane tube station itself can be reached in just 8 minutes, with Blackfriars and Farringdon also close by.