Venue of the Week: Smith & Wollensky

C&IT's Venue of the Week is Smith & Wollensky, a private dining and event venue located at The Adelphi in Charing Cross.

Smith & Wollensky
Smith & Wollensky

From the glamorous reception through to the 1920s inspired artworks on the walls, Smith & Wollensky evokes the elegance and timeless appeal of the restaurant’s rich heritage across the pond while capturing the essence of the capital’s current dining scene.

Smith & Wollensky occupies two floors with two full service bars and three private dining rooms (one with its own dedicated bar). The versatile space can be hired exclusively to host a variety of events from dinner soirées to full blown parties with DJs or a live band.

The main room has capacity for 182 seated, and the ground floor has space for 116. The Roosevelt Room and Churchill Room can hold 50 and 28 delegates seated respectively. 

All rooms have dedicated fibre optic broadband making them suitable for live streaming or video conferencing, as well as state of the art music systems allowing clients’ own choice of music. Both the Liberty Room and the Theodore Roosevelt Room are equipped with 55" plasma screen TVs.

 

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