The restaurant scene in Shoreditch is a match for the interesting and unique district itself, so if you’re looking for private dining and group dining options then you’re in luck. A casual walk through Shoreditch will reveal an extremely broad selection of trendy and unique restaurants, but it can be tricky to know which of those feature the best private dining or group booking options. The good news is that we here at Tagvenue have taken the legwork out of finding the restaurants with the most interesting private dining rooms in Shoreditch and put them together (along with our vast array of filter options) in one place. Have a look and see what jumps out at you!
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An exploration of Shoreditch should focus on High Street, Great Eastern Street and Old Street, as these areas feature the greatest concentration of private dining restaurants in the area, along with a wide variety of bars, clubs and shops. All three are relatively easy to hit in one long walk and will familiarise you with not only Shoreditch as a whole but the best of the restaurant scene there. Be sure to also check out the area just west of the St Leonard Church, which also features a diverse grouping of private dining restaurants and a scenic area to stroll.
The Fountain Tap – The perfect private dining room for beer lovers, just steps away from the Old Street Station. Pair craft brews with elevated takes on classic pub food which your guests are sure to love. This venue is ideal for a more laid back private dinner, where you focus on chatting, catching up, and enjoying some small bites and cutting edge brews.
Apothecary – Enjoy delicious sushi in one of Shoreditch's finest private dining rooms. Be sure to include hot and cold sake, beers imported from Japan, and a wide array of sushi, sashimi, grilled skewers, and steamed buns for a luxurious and delicious private dining experience.
The Arch at Gavin la Chapelle – This venue offers an incredible Michelin star menu in an incredible setting for a truly one of a kind dining experience. This room is part of the main restaurant floor, but is separated by a beautiful curtain so you will still feel the energy from the busy dining room and at the same time your party will have all of the privacy they need with dedicated service.
Booking a private dining room on a minimum spend option, where you pay little to nothing for the room but agree to pay a set amount for food and drinks, averages around £500 - £2800. If a flat hire fee is more to your liking, with food and drinks billed separately, then expect to pay around £500 - £1500. If you’re looking for something a bit more flexible, you could look for a place with a per person package as some of the best private dining rooms in Shoreditch offer a set menu and selected beverages for around £25-85 per person. (All data from Tagvenue.)
The modern and trendy area of Shoreditch can be found in the north-east of London near the equally interesting district of Hoxton. In keeping with its well-deserved reputation as the home of young creative talent and trendsetters, Shoreditch is bursting at the seams with fashionable clubs, bars, gastropubs, artisan coffee chops, and noodle bars all set against the backdrop of diverse architecture and carefully planned green spaces. Walking around Shoreditch will also bring all of the vintage and beautiful design shops to your attention, making it an area definitely worth a visit.
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