An Evening of Mystery and Magic
10th December 2015
Arrive at 7pm - Carriages 11pm
An historic dining experience transporting guests to the Georgian period, an evening engaging in the frivolity, fun and fine dining within a chop house established in 1757.
In conjunction with Simpson Tavern at 38 ½ Cornhill, London EC3V 9DR, we offer all drinks included, plus a three course supper, entertainment and dashes of history of the City and the Georgians throughout the evening, with music, poetry and song. The rooms are candlelit, so most atmospheric. The Tavern is usually open during the day only, so we are offering an unusual experience in a unique venue.
An ideal occasion for the single, couples and tables of six, or groups if required. We can seat up to 70 people. Please note a costume is not required but welcomed and encouraged. On this festive occasion masks are required to be worn by the guests on arrival.
A festive menu to tempt all, with a warming punch to welcome you, made from a secret recipe created by Miss Kitty Pridden one of the hosts. The menu is pre-order and closely resembles a Georgian feast as we can achieve. We also cater for dietary requirements.
The Georgian Dining Academy grew out of an idea by Tina Baxter, aka Miss B Takes a Walk, who qualified as a City of London Guide in 2012. The purpose of the Academy is to create a Georgian, performance style, dining experience in the heart of the City. With the encouragement of Miss Kitty Pridden (also a City Guide of 2012) this novel idea was put into action in 2014. It has proved a successful event which takes place quarterly.
The dates for 2016 have already been agreed with Simpson’s Tavern and will be announced in early 2016.
Plans are afoot for a ‘Club Membership’ package to be released soon. Dates upon application. Further details:
Miss B Takes A Walk