If you’re in search of the perfect venue in which to host a supper club, take a look at these hand-picked choices, all of which we think are ideal in their own distinct ways depending on the style you had in mind.
Printworks Kitchen is a fully-licenced, quirky and design-led dining venue which is available for full package hire, including catering, meaning as little stress as possible for you when it comes to the planning process as pretty much everything is taken care of. The capacity allows for up to 80 guests to attend, meaning it won’t feel too cramped or hectic, whilst the building’s good situation in Clerkenwell means it is surrounded by a plethora of great transport links, including Chancery Lane, Farringdon and Holborn. Local EC1 companies can also benefit from a 10% discount.
Found in the popular Marylebone area, close to other well-known and much loved parts of London such as Oxford Street and Bond Street, 19 Wigmore Street is a flagship cookery and dining venue that boasts two sleek, fully-fitted contemporary kitchens alongside a dining space and bar. All equipment, including crockery, glassware and cutlery is included within the cost of hire, with other handy onsite extras including restrooms, a cloakroom and use of a kitchen porter.
Rye London is an industrial daylight studio that feels bright, airy and modern throughout. It puts an emphasis on minimalist living with influences of Nordic design which is much sought-after right now, whilst also offering delicious natural food. It’s well suited to more intimate gatherings with a greater personal approach, given the 60-person capacity, and it is well served by its close proximity to Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction stations, both of which are within comfortable walking distance.
A newly opened, multi-purpose space found in the east of the city, Studio DDC is an atmospheric venue with an old-school vibe, courtesy of architecture that has a distinct London feel such as extensive exposed brickwork and arched ceilings. The building also comes equipped with a bar and restaurant which is operated by Disappearing Dining Club, so it’s ready-to-go as a supper club venue. Hoxton station is the nearest transport link, sitting just a stone’s throw away.
As well as the main restaurant space, Jones & Sons has an additional function room, ideal for holding private events, with 1100 square feet of open-plan space at your disposal. It comes complete with a movable bar, full audio and visual capabilities should you have any production needs, and an extensive range of options when it comes to the food ensuring that every taste is catered for. With lots of experience hosting wedding receptions and such like, the team are by now well versed in running a successful dining event.