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The original Boot & Flogger opened back in 1964, the first of many wine bars in Davy’s gentrified London empire. Today, the promise of superior… more »
A partly sheltered terrace is one the big selling points at this glass-fronted branch of the likeable Davy’s group, even if its cool, continental… more »
Lady Gaga or Radio Ga Ga? The Ting Tings or My Ding-a-Ling? Either way, murder your musical heroes in a state-of-the-art booth at Lucky Voice.… more »
A venue for reliving the golden days when business lunches took all afternoon, Vats is no place for food snobs, but attracts wine buffs who appreciate… more »
‘Old English ale served daily in the proper manner’ proclaims the sign outside this particular Davy’s outpost, which stands as one of the… more »
A scattering of outside tables adds alfresco appeal to this snug, welcoming wine bar beneath a modern office building near Fenchurch Street station… more »
Out-of-towners who have just stepped off the train at Paddington station may not be familiar with the London-only Davy’s brand, but it doesn’t… more »
With its restrained, dark-hued ambience, this branch of the trusted Davy’s chain is a popular haunt for the pinstriped brigade. Despite… more »
A flogger is a tool used to strike a cork into a wine bottle or cask, so it’s only fitting that barrels mark the descent to this dyed-in-the-wool… more »
Part of the dependable Davy’s stable, this sprawling basement bar in the arches beneath Charing Cross station features the group’s signature… more »
A traditionally styled Davy’s bar, Holborn’s Bunghole is a popular choice for lovers of decent wine & alpha-male British cooking. It takes… more »
Cream leather sofas, dark mushroom tones & booths signal a bold, modern departure from Davy’s time-honoured house style at the Woolgate Exchange… more »
This neo-Edwardian cellar is just the ticket for South Molton Street’s shopped-out Champagne socialites, who can get fizz from a fiver a flute… more »
Following a rethink & some changes in layout, Boyds now prefers to blur the boundaries between its brasserie & bar as loud, postmodern colours… more »
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Choose from Square Meal’s wide range of London restaurants offering private rooms for less than 10 people, each carefully selected for its quality and ability to cater for smaller groups of less than 10 people. From birthday parties to small meetings or low key get togethers to family celebrations, there is often a need for a private room for less than 10 people in London’s restaurants. You might also want to check out further restaurants with private rooms catering for less than 10 people in the City; Soho; Chelsea and Mayfair.
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