If you're a small business owner, you have to go that extra mile in order to ensure that your clients are impressed not only with your serviced office workspace, but also with your ability to recommend a great location for a client luncheon. The area surrounding our Gracechurch Street serviced offices is filled with ideal luncheon locations, giving small business owners a rich variety of places to foster better working relationships with clients. Here are just a few of the restaurants and eateries around Gracechurch Street to take your clients to toast to your inevitable success as future business associates.
The Folly: Gracechurch's "Botanically Inspired Haven" at 41 Gracechurch Street
The Folly is great for many different occasions. This restaurant gives diners access to a garden lounge, deli, private dining room, and a selection of private "vaults" where they can hold more private meetings with clients. The Folly also has many different menu options depending on the time of day and occasion of your visit including full brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks menus, as well as set menus for larger parties. This gives you the ability to satisfy the tastes of any of your clients. Toasting to a new business venture is made easier thanks to a vast wine and cocktail menu, and there's often live music on as well, which could come in handy should a business decision turn into a small celebration.
Gaucho City: Luxury and Comfort Is Just a Stone's Throw from Our Gracechurch Office at 1 Bell Inn Yard
Gaucho is an Argentinean steakhouse housed within the historic gold vaults of the Bank of England at the Club Quarters hotel in Gracechurch. Because the restaurant is located in a hotel where clients might like to stay when coming in from out of town, Gaucho makes for a convenient and delicious option for meetings. Your clients can be closer to their base of operations, while still being close to your serviced office as well as all of the amenities provided by the hotel. Gaucho provides private dining and luncheon rooms, conference rooms (provided through the hotel), group bookings and set menus for larger parties, and an experienced events management team to suit all of the needs of any business luncheon.
The Crosse Keys: For Your Dressed Down Luncheon Needs at 77-78 Gracechurch Street
Since establishing his first pub, Tim Wetherspoon, owner of the Crosse Keys, has opened more than 800 locations. This expansion is certainly a sign of the popularity of the food and drink offered at these pubs and eateries. Priding themselves on the use of locally sourced ingredients, the Crosse Keys also provides one of the largest selections of ales, lagers, and international beers in the city, They also use 100% English beef, as well as a variety of healthy, gluten-free, and vegetarian ingredients. All of this makes the Crosse Keys a great place to take clients to enjoy a more comfortable, quaint, but still fine dining experience.
Showing your clients how committed you are to their business means satisfying all of their needs. This means that you need to find venues outside of your office where clients can feel comfortable, and where they can enjoy a fine dining experience that is conducive to both business and leisure. These three locations in and around Gracechurch Street give you the versatility you need to move forward with your business partners, to celebrate your successes, and to discuss your possible challenges in a setting that is designed to serve professionals and host business luncheons. We're proud to have offices in the Gracechurch area, in part, due to locations and amenities such as these. To find out more about what our Gracechurch serviced offices have to offer visit http://www.servicedofficesmayfair.com/office-space/Gracechurch-Street.