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Top Pubs for Large Groups in London

Are you searching for the best pub for a large group in London? Discover your options now on Tagvenue! Simply activate our smart filter for the number of attendees, and you’ll be scrolling through all the best options in your size range in no time at all!

Pubs for Large Groups Hire Guide

What are the best pubs for large groups in London?

The best pubs for large groups in London are:

Heist Bank, Paddington pub with space for groups from 12 to 300, guest rating: 4.8/5
The Cavendish Arms, SW London pub with hire spaces fitting 12-160, guest rating: 4.9/5
SAMA Bankside, a pub adjacent to Blackfriars Bridge with event spaces for groups from 12-350, guest rating: 4.6/5
Old Mary’s, historic West London pub with capacity for groups from 12-90, guest rating: 4.7/5 

How can I book a pub for a large group in London?

When searching for a London pub for a large group event, conduct your research on a venue marketplace such as Tagvenue. This type of platform will have filters to sort venues by capacity, enabling you to focus your hunt among only those venues that have enough space to fit your guest list. When you have compiled a shortlist, you will need to compare offers and then contact the venue manager to sort out your booking.

How much will it cost to hire a pub for a large group in London?

Hiring a pub for a large group in London can start at around £100 minimum spend per session. Per person rates can be found beginning around £10 to £30, depending on the venue. Some venues may also charge by the hour, in this case expect prices to start around £20. (All data based on Tagvenue.com data) 

How can I get the best price when hiring a London pub for a large group?

When hiring a pub, you are generally asked to pay according to a minimum spend model. This is a price determined by the pub according to how much they might take in if they were fully open to the public. With this in mind, it is best to ask the venue whether their minimum spend will decrease if you hold your event on a less popular day of the week. According to Tagvenue data, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays tend to be the busiest nights for pubs.

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