The Harcourt is a traditional looking pub and restaurant, found among the backstreets of Marylebone village and set within a Georgian townhouse. The restaurant here surprises with its menu of Scandinavian-influenced fare, and engaged couples may also be pleasantly surprised to discover that The Harcourt boasts four dedicated event spaces for wedding breakfasts and receptions.
For micro-wedding celebrations, opt for The Whiskey Room or The Black Room. These are The Harcourt’s most intimate spaces, each able to accommodate eight guests for a sit-down meal. The former is located on the ground floor just below the pub and is a wood-panelled hideaway complete with cosy brown leather seats, a glittering chandelier and an arresting canvas artwork hanging at one end of the room. The Black Room meanwhile, is a moodier, dramatic space complete with glossy black walls and an original fireplace, although natural light pours in through a large window.
Slightly larger wedding parties can hire out The White Room, which is found on the venue’s first floor and is arguably its most elegant space, complete with two open fireplaces and finished off with stunning chandeliers and eye-catching artworks. The space is flooded with natural light during the day and can be cosily lit come nightfall, with The White Room able to host up to 26 seated guests.
The largest space at The Harcourt is the gorgeous Garden Room, found just behind the pub. This space is well suited to wedding receptions, coming complete with a dedicated bar, plant life and plenty of natural light. The Garden Room can welcome up to 60 guests for a sit-down meal or up to 75 for a standing reception.
The Harcourt offers a range of menus, offering everything from canapes to sit-down feasts, but the team are also happy to create something bespoke.