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Whether you’re celebrating ‘I do’ with an intimate dinner for a select few or have wilder plans to party on into the wee hours, you’ll be stoked to discover London is bursting with high quality restaurants, pubs and breweries ready to show your wedding guests an unforgettable time. Chat to our Venue Finders , they’ll be happy to share their expert recommendations of the best restaurant wedding venues London has to offer.

    Our Guide to Restaurant Wedding Venues In London

    Do you have a favourite cuisine that you’d like to incorporate into your wedding day? Or do you fancy a relaxed dining environment after a Registry Office or Church ceremony? If that’s the case, we recommend booking a restaurant wedding venue in London. They make flavoursome, exciting and unusual settings to celebrate your wedding. 

    Our VenueCrew London Venue Specialists have scoured the city for the best restaurant wedding venues on offer.

    You might like a pub or a brewery wedding venue to get everyone in the spirit to drink up and dance the night away. If so, The Brewery in Farringdon is an excellent choice. It’s a historic brewery that’s now a suite of mesmerising event spaces. To enquire about prices and packages, have a look at The Brewery’s venue profile

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 1: Rooftop Restaurants Boast Incredible Views

    To elevate your restaurant wedding reception, you could have the London city skyline as your backdrop as your dine and dance beneath the stars. Your guests will always remember the extraordinary feast and custom cocktails at your sky-high wedding. South Place Hotel in Finsbury is a delicious port of call with its Michelin starred Angler Restaurant on the top floor. It even has an outdoor rooftop space for warm summer receptions. Download the South Place Hotel brochure for more details.

    SUSHISAMBA and Duck & Waffle are two other incredible rooftop restaurant reception venues located in East London. These high-end eateries in the Heron Tower have wraparound views of The Shard and The Gherkin. Each restaurant has unique interiors and menus, so it’s worth exploring both to decipher which one feels in tune with your style. Sound intriguing? Visit the SUSHISAMBA venue profile or download the Duck & Waffle wedding brochure.

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 2: Pub Restaurants Have A Laid Back Vibe

    There’s nothing more quintessential than a great British pub. Think cosy fireplaces, exposed beams and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. If you want to keep your wedding low key, with hearty food and a party feel, you can’t beat a pub wedding venue. The Dickens Inn is one of the oldest of them all. Filled with character and history, it’s an enchanting venue with a barn space available for exclusive hire. Check out The Dickens Inn venue profile for more info.

    St Bart’s Brewery is another popular pub wedding venue in Farringdon that has a social ambience and a well-stocked bar. From plated menus to sharing platters, their Events Team can organise a spectacular spread that will fuel your guests for an evening of entertainment, live music and dancing. Get sample menus and prices via St Bart’s Brewery’s wedding brochure.

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 3: Restaurant Wine Bars Make Glamorous Wedding Settings

    For a stylish twist, a wine bar can be an indulgent and sophisticated setting for a city wedding. The venue can perfectly pair your three-course menu with local and international wines, or your guests can partake in a wine tasting session. With experts on hand and a range of unique wine labels, all of your guests are bound to have a fantastic time at your wine bar wedding venue

    Humble Grape Fleet Street and Humble Grape Canary Wharf are exciting wine bars that have thrown many memorable weddings over the years. They’re known as fun and vibrant spaces that can accommodate your decorations and preferred layout. The central London branch is beneath a historic church, and the Canary Wharf bar is directly on the waterfront. Both have distinct merits, so it’s worth visiting them both if you think a wine bar could be the best venue choice. For more pricing and package details, download the Humble Grape wedding brochure

    Venue Specialist Tip No. 4: Call VenueCrew For A Free Consultation

    London is teeming with delicious restaurants, breweries and pub wedding venues, so there is an overwhelming variety. If you would like some help on your venue search, our team is always just a call away. We’ll take note of your capacity, date and preferred cuisine, then deliver you a list of suitable restaurants that tick all of the right boxes. Our friendly VenueCrew will offer advice and support throughout the search. Call a London Venue Specialist  today for a free consultation. 

    Frequently Asked Questions

    You can travel the world on a plate in London’s varied restaurant scene. From Italian bistros to sushi bars, you name it, London has it. The eclectic choice is what makes this capital so inviting for food-inspired weddings. Some of the most popular British restaurants include Devonshire Terrace with its striking glass-roofed courtyard in East London and The Oyster Shed with its jaw-dropping floor-to-ceiling glass windows positioned on the River Thames.

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