Galvin Hop is the ideal location for Networking Reception, Drinks Parties, Christmas and Summer Parties. The quirky and cool venue provides a relaxed setting for any event. The venue has outdoor space suitable for BBQs. You could even pair Galvin Hop with Galvin La Chapelle for an event for up to 400 guests.
Landing Forty Two offers an exclusive dining experience allowing 60-220 guests to enjoy a sunset backdrop, high above the London skyline. Live music, entertainment and dancing is permitted for dinners, parties and receptions and there is a fully integrated PA system and two microphones included for music/speeches. Furniture is also included such as round tables, ghost chairs, bar and poseur tables. A range of package and bespoke menus are offered by exclusive caterer Moving Venue.
The Terrace Gallery is one of the Museum's most sought-after spaces for day time and evening private dining events in the city. The in-house events team can arrange light working lunches, brunches, delicious dinners, buffets and platters to accompany parties, award ceremonies and corporate events. Guests have access to the delightful Rotunda Gardens and the Terrace Gallery can be hired with the other Terrace Rooms (Terrace Garden Room and Terrace Boardroom) to accommodate 170 people for dining events.
Gaucho City gives you the opportunity to enjoy the finest Argentinian drinking and private dining experience in the City of London. Whether for a private or corporate occasion, with friends or colleagues, Gaucho City's stylish decor and experienced event managers can ensure the success of your event.
Housed in the Sergeant's Cottage, a 19th century building, the Library works very well for a place to relax before or after a private luncheon or dinner in the Boardroom. Your dining experience will be enhanced by wonderful views over the Artillery Garden and out to the City beyond.
Situated on the first floor of the restaurant, The Garden Room private dining room has a lovely view of the historic Bishopsgate Gardens and St. Botolph Church, providing the perfect solace away from the bustling City of London. The walls of The Garden Room are adorned with blue woven fabric panelling and decorative antique mirrors inset into pale blue painted panels. Large star-shaped brass and antique mirror ceiling lights create a dramatic feature. A stunning and unique private dining option.
The mezzanine at Threadneedle Street overlooks the bustling brasserie below. It is an comfortable, warm and welcoming space. It is opulently decorated in contrast to the more traditional brasserie below. Discrete enough for business meetings it can also be used for banqueting or more informal events