Sir Christopher Wren
About The Club
- Reserve three dinner dates each year
- Club Membership limited to only 50 members
- A list of members will be displayed in the Wren Room
- Opportunity for 17th Century Feasting
17th CENTURY FEASTING
Additional benefits will be opportunities to have a special 17th century menu with ox tongue soup and nutmeg, lamb with artichoke heart, herring pie, scrambled eggs with anchovies and nuts, stewed prawns, minced pies, cheesecake, syllabub, spiced wine and ale. At an additional fee we will provide a costumed guide to describe the history of Temple Bar and the building of St Paul’s. Interestingly, chop houses were a key feature, along with coffee houses, of the City of London in the late 17th century.
The Wren Room
The modern first floor accommodation in Paternoster Lodge, with is three tall windows also gives a splendid view of St Paul’s Cathedral. This space can be used flexibly and can comfortably seat 34 in a meeting format or up to 50 in a lecture arrangement.
Capacity: 16 people
The historic room above Temple Bar, which can dine up to 16 people around a single table with great views of St Paul’s Cathedral. This space is adaptable for private and corporate fine dining as well as meetings and small receptions in what is a unique space in a unique location.