A selected number of 170 guests, including clients and industry professionals attended the event on a sunny summer’s evening in the heart of the city of London. Cocktails and delicious summertime delicacies, prepared by The Brewery’s Executive Chef Tom Gore, included cured salmon and pea veloute and Kale and Gorgonzola canapés, as well as suckling pig rolls with crackling and apple and peach sauce, salmon and prawn ceviche with avocado and squash cake.
The marquee has proven a great success, contributing to The Brewery’s highest revenue levels recorded in June and July. The unique space has hosted 37 parties, welcoming over 3,000 guests with 61% occupancy during that period.
Situated in the venue’s outdoor cobbled courtyard, the facility has been built with a clear roof to take advantage of the summer weather and decorated with greenery, artificial grass, floral arrangements and comfortable outdoor seating.
Creative director at The Brewery, Simon Lockwood added: “This has been our first year back in the summer party market since being able to use the courtyard again for events. The marquee has become an oasis, not only for summer parties, but also for weddings, conferences, exhibitions and private dinners from companies in the publishing, technology, financial, insurance, retail and fashion industries. We’re looking forward to a busy end of summer season.”