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Butchers’ Hall

About Butchers’ Hall

Butchers' Hall is centrally located in the historic and vibrant Smithfield area and is one of the most elegant of the City livery halls. It is an exceptionally versatile venue with seven stunning rooms that are available individually for smaller events, or collectively for larger events for up to 250 guests. Butchers' Hall is the ideal location for companies or individuals wishing to entertain in style.

The Reception Room
The beautifully decorated Reception Room is ideal for a drinks reception before any meal. It features a stunning glass screen depicting the four seasons.

The Taurus Suite
The Taurus Suite on the lower ground floor is a flexible private space complete with its own reception area.

The Great Hall
The Great Hall is a magnificent room suitable for meetings, lunches, dinners and receptions. The huge windows provide plenty of natural daylight.

The Court Suite
The Court Suite on the first floor is made up of two versatile interconnecting rooms, with a grand fireplace and warm inviting decor providing a comfortable ambience for every event.
The Library

The intimate Library offers quiet, private facilities for small meetings or lunches

The George Adams Room
The George Adams Room provides a private space that can be used for meetings.

The David Walker Room
The David Walker Room at the top of the building is available for small formal meetings.



Starter

Main Course

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

87 Batholomew Close, EC1A 7EB

Nearest tube:

Barbican

Average Price:

£45 / €64 and over

Opening times:

Mon-Sun: 6am - 1am
With Licence

Dress Code:

None



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