Held in Tanner Warehouse near London Bridge, more than 100 guests enjoyed an evening themed around 'summer loving’, featuring music, table tennis and a make-your-own candy floss machine, as well as Tanner & Co’s signature cocktails.
Guests were invited from a range of local businesses, which included Ernst & Young, The Financial Times and Red Bull.
Attendees feasted on summer-themed food, including fish and chips served in cones, mini hamburgers, scotch eggs, mackerel pate and Eton mess. Guests were also given an exclusive first look at the new courtyard space, designed by Russell Sage Studio.
In keeping with the space’s retro gym-inspired setting, the venue is offering event organisers nostalgic summer-themed parties for 70-450 guests, complete with deck chairs, candy floss and seaside rock.
Rob Millar, business development manager at parent company, Camm and Hooper, said: "As a unique venue, we wanted to make the most of our versatile space. With the British summer fast approaching the courtyard has been transformed with decking and pergolas to tie in with Tanner Warehouse’s rustic approach."
Tanner & Co is the first destination to open under the Camm and Hooper brand, and is the latest bar and restaurant company financed by The Imbiba Partnership, whose current investments include London-based bar group Drake & Morgan and Darwin and Wallace.
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