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The Arts Club

About The Arts Club

Spend some time strolling around the Arts Club courtyard garden or debating in one of its elegant reception rooms and you’ll be in illustrious company. Since its birth in 1863 for those professionally involved in the Arts, literature or science, the Arts Club has been no stranger to A-list celebrities - Charles Dickens, Mark Twain and Anthony Trollope were once members. Others have designed Wembley Stadium, the Law Courts and most of the London Underground. Still, you can’t have everything, can you? Today, this Mayfair 18th century town house is an exclusive and versatile venue for wedding receptions, private parties, conferences and the like. The food has a reputation for being excellent. Choose from a succulent three course meal, canapé menus or finger food menus (all GM free). If you plan the wine to flow choose the Garden or Main Dining rooms, which have their own dance floor.



Canape Menu 1

Starter

-Vegetable crudities with spicy tomato dip
-Grilled minted lamb and sesame kofta
-Garlic crumbed mushrooms with lemon dip
-Vegetable and coriander spring rolls
-Saffron mussel on grilled nread croute
-Smoked chicken, celeriac and mango filo cup
-Grilled Hoisin chicken and spring onion satays
-Tomato and olive Parmesan shortbread croute

Main Course

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

40 Dover Street, Mayfair, W1S 4NP

Nearest tube:

Green Park
Canape menus are available on request starting from £11.30 per head. Below is sample menu 1 of The cocktail canape selection

Average Price:

Opening times:

Open upon request - licenced from 10am - 1am

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