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We found 27 venues in Restaurants and bars in London that are available as exclusive-use venues or have function rooms for wedding events.
Borrowing its name from the mechanical model of the solar system that sits by the entrance, it figures that The Orrery, on Marylebone High… more »
During summer the main doors of Paternoster Chop House spill out onto Paternoster Square offering impressive views of St Paul’s Cathedral… more »
Impressive cityscape views are coupled with a mid-century Manhattan interior that provides Plateau with a modern and stylish setting for weddings… more »
As one of London’s most celebrated society restaurants since the 1920s, Quaglino’s has seen some famous feet descend its statement staircases… more »
Occupying a Grade I-listed building next to Bank, The Royal Exchange serves up imposing architecture and a naturally lit indoor courtyard… more »
Located on the corner of New Burlington Street, Mayfair’s Sartoria, a suitably style-conscious neighbour to the bespoke tailors of Savile… more »
Thanks to its shiny new wedding licence, City favourite the Cinnamon Kitchen can now accommodate civil marriage ceremonies. Choose from the… more »
A particular favourite of Oscar Wilde and Agatha Christie, Soho’s Kettner’s has long been a hangout for London's luminaries. Originally… more »
Housed on the third floor of the Royal Festival Hall, Skylon is a bright and modern wedding venue with extensive views of the River Thames… more »
Wedding venues don't come much cosier than those at Bentley's, located in a smart Victorian townhouse between Regent Street and Piccadilly… more »
There are views and there are views, and then there are the views from Searcys, The Gherkin , the two-level restaurant and bar that sits… more »
One of Chelsea’s most romantic eateries, Cheyne Walk Brasserie combines the casual elegance of a French bistro with playful design features… more »