Jump to Main ContentJump to Primary Navigation

Venues: D&D London

D&D London is a group of over 30 luxury restaurants, bars and hotels

    D&D London is a group of over 30 luxury restaurants, bars and hotels based principally in London, but also with venues in Leeds, Manchester, Paris, New York and Tokyo, complemented by a bespoke event and catering business, Alexander & Björck. The company own and run some of the capital’s most celebrated restaurants, such as Quaglino’s, Le Pont de la Tour, Chelsea’s famous Bluebird and City favourite Coq d’Argent.

    This vast portfolio means that D&D is ideally placed to help you plan your next event, whatever its size or style. There’s a dedicated team of experts on hand to plan every detail for you. Contact 020 7716 7887 or send an email to events@danddlondon.com.

    A selection of favourites

    100 Wardour St

     The ground floor at 100 Wardour St is a relaxed and stylish Bar & Lounge in the middle of Soho. The Atrium, with its hanging plants, is ideal for drinks receptions, and there’s also the semi-private Playroom, centred around a billiard table which converts into a dining table, ideal for meetings or dinners up to 12 guests.

    The lower ground Restaurant & Club is inspired by Soho’s spirit of fun and indulgence. Food is served until 2am, alongside a great bar scene with a fantastic cocktail selection, DJs and live music five nights a week.

    Avenue

    Avenue brings a touch of style to St James’s. The light-flooded space has soaring ceilings, a spectacular long cocktail bar and chic, gallery-inspired décor. An elegant private dining room boasts a striking light installation and a presentation screen – which can be concealed by artwork – for events up to 20.

    Bluebird

    Bluebird is one of Chelsea’s favourite destinations for drinking and dining. Located right on the King’s Road, its famous Café & Courtyard is perfect for people-watching over lunch or dinner. Upstairs is its chic cocktail bar and light, bright Restaurant, serving a modern British menu. Bluebird lends itself to parties and additionally boasts five beautiful private dining rooms.

    Blueprint Café

    The view from Blueprint Café takes in some of London’s most iconic landmarks, with Tower Bridge to the west and Canary Wharf to the east. Panoramic pull-back windows bring the outside in, creating the perfect summer venue. The early sunsets in winter months transforms the venue, creating a romantic setting to take in the twinkling lights of the London skyline.

    Coq d’Argent

    Coq d'Argent is the definition of an urban oasis and makes the perfect hideaway for an event of any size, high above the City. You'll find a classic French restaurant, complete with extensive terraces and a secret garden. The food is just as fantastic as those views, overseen by Head Chef Damien Rigollet, served alongside an extensive wine list curated by award-winning Head Sommelier Olivier Marie.

    German Gymnasium

    German Gymnasium is a spectacular Grade II-listed building right between King's Cross and St Pancras. Its ground floor and extensive outdoor terrace is a tribute to those classic European Grand Cafés, serving great mittel-European food right through from breakfast until dinner. Up on the mezzanine you will find a refined restaurant, including its own cocktail bar and semi-private dining area.

    Madison

    London's famous rooftop bar and restaurant, Madison was the second most-Instagrammed spot in the capital and it's no surprise when you take a look at its incredible view across the dome of St Paul's Cathedral. It serves great food and cracking cocktails and is the ideal place for a celebration, whether it’s for 10 or for 1,000!  

    Quaglino’s

    Quaglino's has been the star of St James's since it opened all the way back in 1929. Sweep down that iconic staircase and you will be greeted by one of the capital's most decadent restaurant interiors. It also has two ornate private dining rooms and the option to hire its mezzanine bar for cocktail and canapé receptions.

    Royal Exchange

    When the noise and the rush of the City gets a bit much, head for the grandeur and space of The Royal Exchange, set within this landmark building directly outside Bank Station boasting delicious all-day dining and delectable cocktails. A choice of bars on the mezzanine, the stunning courtyard on the ground floor or two private rooms for up to 36.

    Skylon

    From the unrivalled vantage point of Royal Festival Hall, Skylon’s floor-to-ceiling windows overlook one of London’s most gorgeous views of the Thames. The striking space centred around a chic cocktail bar and is the perfect place for celebrations great and small.

     

The Jewish Chronicle

Kindertransport tour marks 25th anniversary

JC Reporter

Thu, 16:48

Kindertransport tour marks 25th anniversary
The Diary

Louis-Dreyfus 'ready to rock' after surgery

JC Reporter

Wed, 19:02

Louis-Dreyfus 'ready to rock' after surgery
Football

London Lions reach second final of the season

JC Reporter

Tue, 10:39

London Lions reach second final of the season
Community extra

In a spin for charity on Valentine's Day

JC Reporter

Thu, 15:42

In a spin for charity on Valentine's Day
The Jewish Chronicle

Caroline, or Change at Hampstead Theatre

JC Reporter

Wed, 12:38

Caroline, or Change at Hampstead Theatre
Sport news

UCS reach last four of English School table tennis championships

JC Reporter

Mon, 16:19

UCS reach last four of English School table tennis championships
Community News

Schama and Kaplinsky back scheme to save shuls

JC Reporter

Thu, 13:56

Schama and Kaplinsky back scheme to save shuls
Community News

From Swiss Alps farm to South London shul pulpit

JC Reporter

Wed, 11:56

From Swiss Alps farm to South London shul pulpit
Education news

Manchester schoolgirl wins newspaper quiz

JC Reporter

Mon, 12:48

Manchester schoolgirl wins newspaper quiz