Even if you don’t opt to have your event at a Drake & Morgan venue, we sincerely recommend that you go to one for lunch, dinner or drinks. Their bars and restaurants are not only visually impressive, but unusually for central London locations they combine space with a feeling of intimacy. Of course, if you do drop by to either The Anthologist on Gresham Street, The Folly on Gracechurch Street or The Drift on Bishopsgate, you will want to visit the others in the group or settle on one as the venue for your function. Whatever the occasion, Drake & Morgan can cater for anything from intimate drinks and canapés to sit down dinners and dancing and they have quirky spaces to suit, including stylish open plan bars, cosy restaurants and stunning alfresco terraces.
Obviously there’s food in the restaurants as Drake & Morgan feed thousands every day. but if you have a preferred kosher caterer, they are welcome to use the kitchens. There is a resident team to offer guidance from the initial concept to the big day itself and they will deal with all the bits and bobs such as cards and table numbers customised to fit your theme, arranging candlelit corners and soft lighting for mood and even providing faux fur blankets to see off the chill. The enviable city-centre settings are close to the best transport links so guests will have no trouble getting to and from your celebration. Whether you’re inviting 50 or 500, Drake & Morgan is ready and waiting.
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