Entire Venue at Park Row
About this space
Perfect for film shoots, private parties, product launches and events. The entire venue is multi-faceted with up to 220 covers seated and 499 standing.
The main room is Grade II listed, Art Deco with three bars, to the side a private room called The Monarch Theatre with projection mapped walls (ideal for branding), to the back another projection mapped room called Old Gotham City and an adjacent bar (Poison Ivy).
The restaurant has its own back of house loading bay to venue lift access, staff areas and cloakroom.
Catering and drinks
Music & sound equipment
Rules of the space
-Only 20mins allowed in the loading bay
-Venue should be left as it was prior to the event
Cancellation policy: Standard 30 day
Cancellations 30 days in advance will receive a full refund.
Cancellations 30 days to 7 days in advance will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations for events starting within 7 days are non-refundable.
About Park Row
Describing itself as a fully immersive gastronomic experience, Park Row is a DC comics-themed restaurant on Soho’s Brewer Street which restaurant geeks may remember as Marco Pierre White’s Titanic and was until recently the Danish steakhouse Mash.
The venue is stunning, a grade-II listed Art Deco room, perfect for filming with a variety of subtly themed areas, which if you didn't know it was DC-inspired, you'd miss it altogether. Named after an area of Batman’s fictional hometown Gotham City, Park Row consists of five different dining areas, all offering different styles of food and drink; what they all have in common however, is that they take their inspiration from the iconic characters and stories from DC. From Harley Quinn-themed food to a lounge inspired by Batman villain The Penguin, everything at Park Row is geared towards fun.
Set in a grade II-listed building which was originally part of The Regent Palace hotel, the multi-room space is as art deco-tastic as Gotham City itself. Featuring a secret entrance modelled on the Batcave, which leads you into the main dining room, the excitement begins from the moment you step inside.
The first area you see when you emerge from the Batcave is Pennyworth’s – named after Batman’s butler Alfred Pennyworth – serving classic British dishes inspired by history. If you want something a bit more immersive, head over to the Monarch Theatre which offers a multi-sensory tasting menu complete with 360-degree projections while you’re eating.
Suppose you’re more about drinking and chilling out. In that case, Park Row has plenty to offer in that department too with speakeasy Old Gotham City serving creative cocktails and offering projection mapped walls similar to The Monarch. Alternatively there is The Penguin’s large Iceberg Lounge which serves guests a variety of different drinks and international food, whilst also benefitting from live entertainment. Park Row promises to be a great all-rounder even if you’re not a DC fan.