Without wanting to blow our own trumpet (much!) we think we’re pretty great at throwing a dinner party. So we were thrilled when both The London Venue Awards and the Prestigious Star Awards acknowledged this too by including One Great George Street in their line up of potential awardees for ‘Best Private Dining Venue’ and ‘Most Prestigious Private Dining Venue’ respectively. Fingers crossed for a win! Keen to taste what all the fuss is about – check out our extensive catering menu and make a booking on +44 (0)20 7665 2323. You might even win our private dinner party for 10 worth over £1000!
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One of our biggest undertakings of the year is without doubt the writing of the banqueting menu. At the moment we are right in the middle of the main of period of menu writing, but the process started months ago and will continue for a few more months to come. To be honest by the time the new menu comes into operation in January 2017 it will feel like an old friend and we will be comfortable and confident with our new dishes. Strange as it may seem, the process of creating the next year’s menu starts with the first function of the year in January. We will be looking at the customer’s menu choices to see what information we can learn. Have they gone for the new dishes or stuck with what they know? What combinations have they chosen? Are they choosing safe options or being bold?
Our Westminster private dining venue One Great George Street is honoured to have been nominated for the world’s ‘Most Prestigious Private Dining Venue’ in the 2016 Prestigious Star Awards. If you love dining at One Great George Street, please vote for us.
Every year, after the madness of the Christmas season has faded and in preparation for the budget release in March, I start to review our Beverage List. I take into consideration sales figures for the past year and what potential price changes might occur.
SeeAbility’s recent fundraising dinner held within One Great George Street‘s Great Hall was a huge success; achieving a magnificent total of £90,000.
The sum will support SeeAbility’s Children in Focus Campaign which transforms eye care and vision for children with disabilities. It will fund 1,058 specialist sight tests in SeeAbility’s pilot special schools located in London, Buckinghamshire and Durham.
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