New events venue 100 Wardour St to launch in Soho

D&D London will open new venue 100 Wardour St in London's Soho this January, on the site where the Rolling Stones made their London debut.

100 Wardour Street in its former guise, Floridita
100 Wardour Street in its former guise, Floridita

The venue will be set over two floors, with an all-day restaurant, lounge and cocktail bar situated on the ground floor and a second restaurant space on the lower ground floor.

100 Wardour St will be able to host 872 delegates for events and will have 425 covers for dining.

Executive chef at the venue will be Liam Smith-Laing, previously head chef at La Petite Maison in Istanbul and prior to that at Skylon in London. His menu will offer Modern European and Mediterranean cuisine with a twist.

The site in a former life housed the iconic Marquee Club, were the Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac made their London debuts, and has more recently been home to bar/club Floridita and Carom restaurant.

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