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4 London restaurants that have confirmed their reopening dates

Tuesday 4 August 2020

 Muse Tom Aikens  city social london

At Venue Search London, we’ve missed the buzz of events - especially when this means being separated from our favourite restaurants. There's nothing we love more than finding our clients unique dining experiences in stunning, safe surroundings.

Here are a few classics that are getting ready to welcome you back! 

 

La Dame De Pic

 

Set within the grand surrounds of Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square, La Dame de Pic London is the first UK outpost from acclaimed French Chef Anne-Sophie Pic who began her culinary career at the age of 23 at her family's restaurant, Maison Pic in Valence, south-eastern France. Awarded two Michelin stars in the 2020 Michelin Guide, La Dame de Pic London offers distinctive French cooking from Anne-Sophie Pic and has become one of the finest French restaurants in the City. The impressive yet relaxing dining room offers a contemporary dining experience whilst remaining true to its surroundings. La Dame de Pic is scheduled to reopen on September 1. 

 

City Social 

 

City Social is a stunning restaurant from Michelin star chef Jason Atherton which is located on level 24 of Tower 42 in the heart of London boasting incredible views across the city. The 90 cover venue features art deco style interiors against a backdrop of the stunning London skyline. Head Chef Paul Walsh has worked closely with Atherton to design the menu which features creative yet simple dishes, showcasing the best of British ingredients. City Social also has a stylish cocktail bar, private dining room and chef's table and is scheduled to reopen on September 1. 

 

Muse by Tom Aitkens

 

The critically acclaimed restaurant from the British Michelin-starred chef opened for the first time in January but will return on September 3. Based in a converted Georgian townhouse on Belgravia's charming Groom Place, Muse is split over two floors, with open kitchens on each floor and seating for only 25, providing an intimate fine dining experience. The restaurant serves multi-course menus which have been inspired by childhood memories and key people from Tom’s personal life and career. Guests can take full exclusive use of the renovated mews house whilst being welcomed with champagne and snacks served in the luxurious lounge on the ground floor, before being seated in the main dining area on the 1st floor for a unique and intimate tasting menu served with carefully selected wines by their sommelier.

 

Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill

 

Michelin-starred Chef Richard Corrigan has revealed that his seafood-centric restaurant Bentley’s will return on October 1. Located on Swallow Street in the heart of the West End the restaurant is situated in a historic Victorian building and split over three floors. Located on the ground floor the seafood restaurant combines a relaxed Oyster Bar and Terrace which is heated and covered and available for dining and drinks throughout the year. Spread across the first floor is the more formal Grill restaurant open for lunch and dinner, offering a la carte menus. Sitting on the third floor is the Jameson Room which is ideal for lunches and dinners for up to 60 guests, with its own private bar and lounge area and The Crustacea Room, a beautiful room with natural daylight, and perfect for corporate dinners for up to 14 people.  

 

 

If you’re keen to learn more about the above venues or have a new event enquiry you would like to discuss contact us on hello@venuesearchlondon.com or complete our enquiry form here.  

 

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