In pictures: Kelly Brook's Steam & Rye venue launches

Model Kelly Brook's new City of London venue Steam & Rye opened to the public yesterday, with a number of event spaces available for private hire.

Nick House and Kelly Brook at Steam & Rye London launch
Nick House and Kelly Brook at Steam & Rye London launch
  • Kelly Brook's Steam & Rye venue, London

    Kelly Brook's Steam & Rye venue, London

  • Kelly Brook & Keith Lemon at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Kelly Brook & Keith Lemon at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Jamelia at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Jamelia at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Co-founder Nick House at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Co-founder Nick House at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Millie Mackintosh at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Millie Mackintosh at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Myleen Klass & Kelly Brook at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Myleen Klass & Kelly Brook at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Pixie Geldof DJs at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Pixie Geldof DJs at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Pixie Geldof DJs at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Pixie Geldof DJs at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • The Cargo Hold at Kelly Brook's Steam & Rye venue, London

    The Cargo Hold at Kelly Brook's Steam & Rye venue, London

  • Cocktails at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Cocktails at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Cocktails at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Cocktails at Steam & Rye launch, London

  • Cocktails at Steam & Rye launch, London

    Cocktails at Steam & Rye launch, London

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Kelly Brook has teamed up with Nick House – founder of London clubs Mahiki and Whisky Mist – to launch Steam & Rye, an American prohibiton-themed bar/restaurant in the old Bank of New York building in the City of London.

Event spaces available for private hire at the venue include The Main Hall, which seats 100 and takes 325 standing; The Steam Train Dining Carriage, which takes 40+; the Station Garden conservatory (25 seated, 40 standing); the 1st Class Cocktail Carriage (60+ standing); Beamish's Study private dining Room (25 seated, 40 standing); and the quirky Cargo Hold, complete with ceiling-high giraffe, which can seat 40+ and take 70 standing.

Brook said: "I have always been inspired by the glamour and opulence of 1940s Americana, and am thrilled to be collaborating on this project with Nick House. This is my first venture into nightlife hospitality, and we’ve teamed up to deliver something extraordinary – there is nothing like it in London."

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