Five café concepts with event space

Event checks out five café-themed venues providing event space.

Whitechapel Gallery: cafe-themed event space
Whitechapel Gallery: cafe-themed event space

CentrEd at ExCeL

The state of the art event and training facility opened earlier this year and offers 29 training rooms for 20-400 guests, coffee lounges with unlimited tea and coffee, dedicated reception areas and its own 300-seat restaurant. 

Sew Over It

For a more quirky option, sewing café Sew Over It, based in Clapham in south west London, is available for small events and intimate parties. It can host up to 12 poeple for events 

Gallery 3, Whitechapel Gallery

An modern space designed by Turner Prize nominee Liam Gillick, and houseing two of his sculptures, the Gallery's Café Bar is closed to the public during the evening and offers flexible event space, suited to evening receptions, film screenings and meetings. It can also be used as a break-out space with other venues within the Gallery. It can host up to 105 stanidng or 40 for a banquet. 

The Courtyard, Royal Exchange

The courtyard of the Royal Exchange in London was inspired by the Grand Cafés of 19th-century Europe. This relaxed and elegant space is housed in a historic building and caters for 250 standing on a semi-exclusive basis or 450 people for exclusive hire. 

Café Revival, Bristol

Bristol's oldest coffee house, Café Revival is set across three floors, in the heart of Bristol's historic Old City. The first floor cafe area can accommodate up to 40 people, with afternoon tea and cake platters available. 


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