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Walbrook Club

Historic Building

From

£500

Capacity

10 – 70

About Walbrook Club

Welcome to the City’s only family-run private members' club. The Walbrook opened in 2000 in a townhouse built as the family offices of prominent property developers Rudolph Palumbo, who had a hand in designing the building, and his son Lord…

37A, Walbrook, London, EC4N 8BS

The Dining Room

The Dining Room overlooks the garden of the Church of St Stephen by Sir Christopher Wren and the layout can be formatted depending on a variety of requirements and in accordance with numbers or occasions, including for a presentation with a screen and projector. Its elegant atmosphere is enhanced by a mixture of amusing objects such as Sir Winston Churchill's signature Fedora Hat and contemporary artworks, as well as the gas lamps' warm glow in the evenings.

From 

£1000

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Capacity

50 

Dining

70 

Standing

The Bar

The Walbrook Club's beautifully appointed and atmospheric Bar is perfect for pre-lunch or dinner drinks, canapés, and post-dinner cocktails. The Club would be delighted to mix an array of classic cocktails and to propose a selection of New and Old World wines from our cellar. For an especially unique and memorable event experience, the Club offers cocktail making lessons for up to 8 guests at any one time under the expert guidance of our Head Barman. The Bar is also an ideal space in which to enjoy a glass of juice and to network ahead of a breakfast event.

From 

£1000

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Capacity

50 

Standing

20 

Dining

The Green Room

The Green Room is adjacent to the Dining Room and is perfectly suited for seated breakfasts, lunches, and dinners as well as meetings and intimate drinks receptions. The Victorian olive wood table and chairs mix effortlessly with a magnificent painting by the contemporary artist Ben Johnson, which gives an infinite perspective of the interior of the Cini Foundation in Venice.

From 

£500

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Capacity

12 

Dining

12 

Meeting

The Oak Room

Informally known as the M&A Room, the Oak Room on the lower ground floor is paneled in pale English oak and is especially suitable for meetings, drinks and private dining where absolute privacy and confidentiality are required. The table and chairs were designed by the great Bauhaus master Mies van der Rohe, whilst the room’s interesting and eclectic décor enhances its stylish atmosphere, with Yayoi Kusama’s Pumpkins hanging side by side with original drawings and celluloid of The Beatle’s famous 1968 film the Yellow Submarine.

From 

£500

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Capacity

10 

Dining

10 

Meeting

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