Sir Christopher Hatton

  18 reviews  –  Read all
4 Leather Lane , London, EC1N 7RA Show map
Chancery Lane Station (250 yd)

Spaces for hire at Sir Christopher Hatton

from £100
hire fee / per afternoon
Cellar Bar
Seating capacity 80
Standing capacity 100
Private fully operational bar and Private Entrance.
from £1500
minimum spend / per session
Whole venue
Seating capacity 100
Standing capacity 250
Exclusive hire of the full venue available on weekends.

Prices and opening hours

Monday
11:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
11:00 – 21:00
from £4000 min. spend
Tuesday
11:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
11:00 – 21:00
from £5000 min. spend
Wednesday
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
Thursday
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
Friday
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
12:00 – 23:00
from £100 hire fee
Saturday
10:00 – 23:00
from £1500–£2000 min. spend
12:00 – 23:00
from £2000 min. spend
10:00 – 23:00
from £1500–£2000 min. spend
Sunday
10:00 – 23:00
from £1500–£2000 min. spend
12:00 – 23:00
from £2000 min. spend
10:00 – 23:00
from £1500–£2000 min. spend

Facilities and catering options

Up to 100
seats
Up to 250
standing
In-house catering
Ticketed events
Alcohol provided
Own DJ allowed
External catering allowed
Parking available
Accommodation available
BYO alcohol

Location

4 Leather Lane , London, EC1N 7RA
Chancery Lane Station (250 yd)

Reviews and ratings

4.8

(18 reviews and ratings – read all)

A
Aleksey
March 2020

Great place and atmosphere!

C
Chris Robinson
March 2020

attentive staff and great atmosphere

J
J Bryce - FA92 Group
September 2019

Great venue downstairs that we were able to have exclusive use of for a work event. Staff very friendly and helpful

m
mark josse
July 2019

Great service and cellar bar was excellent

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About Sir Christopher Hatton

In the heart of the City, this fantastically located pub has the Nicholson's Traditional feel but with a recent refurbishment, it is full of current and modern twists.

Our pub takes its name from the historic figure of Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor of England and rumoured to be a lover of Elizabeth I. The Queen granted him the grounds of Ely Palace on which was built Hatton House. In the 1600s Hatton Garden was built here, which went on to become the centre of London's jewellery trade. In 1987 80% of the world's diamonds passed through Hatton Garden.