A range of esteemed arts locations across the city are acting as hosting spaces this Christmas, and are available to book out for your festive gathering. Dine in decadence at the Royal Academy, or in the throws of history at the Imperial War Museum.
Here's where you can enjoy Christmas dinner in opulent, art settings...
The Keeper's House at the Royal Academy of the Arts promises to bring art together with fine gastronomy, focussing on seasonal and foraged ingredients in an opulent stone cast setting dining hall, with jade embellishments. See the menu here.
The IWM London Tea Room will offer an oasis of calm inside which to take your festive afternoon tea. See the menu here. Designed by Foster + Partners, the same people who recently revamped Apple, the new atrium of the museum has a breathtaking hanging gallery which accommodates Christmas dinners for bigger parties of up to 300 guests.
The National Dining Rooms at The National Gallery are the serene location to watch over festivities in Trafalgar Square. The menu will focus on regional produce, carefully transformed into modern, and wholly festive dishes which represent the best in British food. See the menu here.
|What||Peyton & Byrne, Christmas Dinner 2016|
|Where||Various Locations | MAP|
|Price||£varies according to venue|
|Website||Click here for more information from Peyton & Byrne|