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Devonshire Terrace in Devonshire Square offers a unique surrounding in the heart of the City, the perfect place to host any event. It can be used on a Dry Hire basis for a range of corporate, private and charity events such as dinners, receptions, launches, parties and more.

 Features

  • Wifi
  • Bar
  • Flexible
  • Kitchen
  • Outdoor space
  • Restaurant
  • Covered outdoor terrace
  • In house Catering
  • Late Licence available
  • Licensed Bar
  • Outdoor Balcony
  • Private Rooms
  • TV screens

 Food And Drink

  • External catering allowed
  • Corkage Charge
  • Catering equipment
  • Professional Kitchen

 Licensing

  • Licensed until 4am
  • Wedding licence

 Capacities

  • 250 Buffet
  • 160 Dining
  • 350 Standing

 Welcomes

  • Art Exhibitions
  • Amplified Events
  • Own Music/ DJ Equipment
  • 18th Birthday Parties
  • 21st Birthday Parties
  • Weddings
  • Events with Alcohol

 Space

  • 200m2 (2153ft2)
  • Disabled Access
  • Outside Space
  • Devonshire Terrace
  • 9 Devonshire Square
  • City of London
  • London
  • EC2M 4WY

More about  Devonshire Terrace

Built in the 1800s, Devonshire Terrace in Devonshire Square offers a unique surrounding in the heart of the city for any event. Catering for everything from corporate dinners to wedding ceremonies at the weekends this versatile venue's main attraction is its terrace space which is covered by a huge glass roof.

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