100 Wardour St

In 1964 the legendary London music venue the Marquee Club moved in, hosting music acts including David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and The Sex Pistols, before closing its doors in 1988. In the 90s, Conran’s famous Mezzo took its place, before the basement was transformed into Cuban hotspot Floridita and the ground floor into pan-Indian restaurant Carom. In 2016 it reopened as 100 Wardour St. The ground floor has been transformed into a stylish Bar and Lounge area. Downstairs is the glamorous basement Restaurant & Club hosts live music five nights a week. 

Tucked away at the back of the 100 Wardour St Bar & Lounge, is the Playroom, a cosy space designed for a few cheeky lunchtime games of pool or a pre- or post-dinner frame. 

The bespoke billiards table ingeniously converts into a dining table, creating a semi-private space for up to 12 people.

100 Wardour St is an ideal space for big events, like film and theatre premieres, award ceremonies or music, fashion and product launches. Spread across two floors, the space is very versatile: with the Lounge on the ground level accommodating up to 460 guests for a standing reception and the Club on the lower ground floor with a maximum capacity of 410 guests for a standing event and its state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems.