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London Pubs and Bars - The Banker, City EC4R 3TE - Function Room

 
 
 

We have a mezzanine level available for hire for parties of up to 40. We also have an inside terrace overlooking the Thames and a side arch available for hire. We do not charge a hire fee.The whole pub can be hired at the weekend and we can cater for most events. Please contact us for more detalist

 
 
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Dance Floor Disabled Facilities Food Available
River View TV/Plasma WiFi Access (Free)
 
 
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150 - 200
 
 
Gastro Mezzanine Sectioned-Off Area
Whole Venue
 
 
 

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Webpage last updated on Tuesday, 7th June 2011