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Apr 2015

Our clients often forget that as well as helping them book venues for their conferences we also book many London Restaurants for a variety of events including executive dinners, drinks receptions, meetings and corporate parties.

Here is a reminder of one of Lida’s visits to the Jugged Hare ……

The Jugged Hare, located on Chiswell Street ( just a few metres from the Brewery Conference and Events venue) is one of the newer ETM Restaurants and has an open kitchen which definitely adds a bit of theatre to the evening.

I ate a lovely 3-course dinner of asparagus, followed by turbot and finishing of with a yummy baked custard with vanilla ice-cream. The Jugged Hare drinks offering focuses on wines although one can also sample their very own Jugged Hare pale ale, brewed in conjunction with Sambrook’s Brewery in Battersea.

The private dining room downstairs can seat up to 50 people. The picture below is as it was set up on Saturday, for a party of just 16.

Restaurants London: Jugged Hare private dining room

Jugged Hare private dining room

Even though the streets outside were almost deserted, the restaurant and bar were buzzing. Definitely worth a visit when you find yourself in that part of London and need some good nosh in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

The ETM group own 11 pub and restaurant venues across central London. The venues are a mixture of smart City gastro pubs, contemporary brasseries, bars and small neighbourhood pubs and are ideal for business lunches, relaxed dinners and private parties.

So the next time you are looking for somewhere a bit different for your next event, why not consider a London Restaurant and get in touch with us where a member of our experienced team will be able to assist you.

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