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It’s happening all over London in 2017!

It’s happening all over London in 2017!

summer-partyWant to suss out some of the best private dining event spaces in London first hand?

Well over the course of the summer Searcys are launching a number of pop ups at some of the most iconic venues in their collection.

In previous years Searcy has run summer and winter themes in a number of their London Restaurants, and they’ve extended this practice into further venues.

For parties of between 125 and 130 guests the stylish roof terrace at 30 Euston Square is being offered, along with Giant garden games and live chef stations facilities. – £96 per person.

gherkinFrom the 24th July – 1st September they will be running a ‘Seaside in the Sky’ theme at The Gherkin in collaboration with Nyetimber and Plymouth Gin. there will be a pop-up restaurant on the 39th floor, and a beach hut bar on the 40th.

The top 2 floors are still available for private dining during this period too, taking advantage of the theming, promotional rates and seaside style catering.

The Barbican is running festival theme events with live music, food stalls, for 120 and 650 guests at £85 per person.

Searcys at 10-11 Carlton House Terrace offers an rare private garden for hire this summer, across the road from the venue. This is a fantastic space for summer events of up to 150 people with buffet and bowl food, along with more formal banqueting. Prices are available upon request.

The Inner Temple, renown for it’s history, architecture and culinary excellence, is available in June/July for summer soirees in it’s 3+ acres of private gardens. prices from £130 per person ( includes summer BBQ food bowl and Pimms Reception, up to 200 guests.

Stay tuned for more news in what’s coming to the London private events scene in 2017! You’ll find the best London Venues and Restaurants in the The PDD.

If you know of any events you’d like to share just mention them in the comments below.

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