London Features

Restaurant roundup Summer 2015 - social wine and tapasRestaurant roundup: Summer 2015

Our pick of the summer’s top new destinations for group dining and private events

Area focus Greenwich - Make a splashArea focus - Greenwich

Greenwich is going primetime, so we scudded downriver to find out all about the old royal playground’s surging events scene

Restaurant Roundup, Spring 2015 - m restaurantsRestaurant roundup: Spring 2015

Our pick of this season’s top new destinations for group dining and private events

Area Focus Tech City by Wei Yang & PartnersArea Focus: Broaden your horizons

We braved the fixie riders and vintage moustaches to head east and find out how an intersection on the edge of the City has spawned London’s liveliest new events scene

Area Focus King's Cross Area Focus: The return of the king

There’s a new postcode in town and bookers are tripping over themselves to get in on the action. We hunt down the best of what N1C has to offer, old and new

Halloween - Roof GardensTrick or treat? Halloween hotspots for 2013

As All Hallows Eve looms, we pick some of the best frolics and frights to entertain your team and clients.

casa negra 1 restaurant round upRestaurant roundup: autumn 2013

Our pick of the top new destinations for group dining.

Restaurant roundup: summer 2013

This spring saw some heavyweight London restaurant openings. Here’s our pick of the top new destinations for group dining

Restaurant roundup: autumn 2012

This autumn has delivered a stack of blockbusting new openings in the City and West End. Here’s our pick of the top spots for group dining

London DungeonTrick or treat? Halloween hotspots for 2012

As All Hallows Eve looms, we pick some of the best frolics and frights to entertain your team and clients.

RotundaLunch Club at Rotunda

Food with a story and staff with the charm to tell it, the V&E Lunch Clubbers found plenty to talk about in King’s Cross

Work one venue from day to night

Square Meal's Christmas party 2011, at Altitude

ZSL London Zoo Where the wild things are

Home to thousands of animals and 15 event spaces, this lively corner of Regent’s Park is no ordinary venue

ME London Great expectations

As London gears up for this summer’s Olympics, existing hotels are fluffing their feathers while glossy new properties fling open their doors. Make the most of the new and improved event spaces

la bodega negra restaurant and bar 2012Restaurant Roundup - summer 2012

Here, we dig up the latest crop of dining spaces for group entertaining

whiskey mistBrompton Brands: Party People

You’re just as likely to bump into David Cameron as Cameron Diaz at one of its venues. V&E finds out why London can’t get enough of Brompton Brands

ALTITUDE XMASAltitude - Work one venue from day to night

Square Meal heads to Altitude for a day and evening of both work and play

Hix Belgravia PDRRestaurant Roundup: Spring 2012

Whether it’s tapas by Tower Bridge or power dining up West, the latest crop of London restaurant openings has plenty to offer group bookers

Heathrow PlaneAirport Focus: Heathrow

Where high-fliers go when they’ve touched down at Heathrow

cut at 45 park lane_2011Restaurant Roundup: Autumn 2011

After a quiet summer, autumn delivers a stack of gleaming new restaurants. Here's where to find the hottest private dining rooms in town.

olympic4London as a Venue

Never before has an Olympics been so intertwined with its host city. Organising events will raise a few issues, but with careful planning there’s no reason yours can’t be the 100m Final of the summer season

A4 Ritz 0Green Park

Alight at Green Park for the bustling heart of Mayfair. Planners can make the most of the area’s clubby restaurants, historic hotels and smart new event space

Going Underground

Hop out at the new Shoreditch High Street tube station to make the most of funky urban spaces and futuristic conference facilities in the middle of the East End’s trendy arts quarter.

tower of londonGoing Underground - Tower Hill

Hop out in the City for venues that are steeped in history and crammed with the latest in conferencing technology

Savoy Place Summer 09Pride Of Place

As Savoy Place celebrates its centenary as the home of the IET, Louise Troy finds that this versatile venue is busier than ever.

No 1 MaryleboneArea Focus - Marylebone & Fitzrovia

They may be geographical neighbours but Marylebone and Fitzrovia have their own very distinct personalities. Suzanne Archer finds this reflected in the venue offerings.

St PancrasArea Focus - King’s Cross & Bloomsbury

The multi-million pound transformation of central London’s scruffiest corner has begun. Karen Doyle finds a rejuvenated King’s Cross has much to offer the capital’s event organisers

Area Focus - Clerkenwell & City West

The western fringes of the City hold a plethora of exciting event options. Amanda Marcus explores the area around Clerkenwell

Area Focus - South Bank

Just a few years ago it was a concrete jungle earmarked for demolition. Now a multi-million-pound facelift is drawing London event organisers back to the South Bank. Square Meal explores the area’s venues

ShoreditchArea Focus - Hoxton & Shoreditch

As Shoreditch’s legions of art galleries, bars and clubs are joined by an increasing number of glossy new venues, London’s ‘edgiest’ district is growing up, finds Sophie Dening