Inside the Private Dining Rooms at the World's Most Celebrated Restaurants
Planning something special? When a communal table just won't cut it, reserve a room at these out of the ordinary spaces.
Whether it's a birthday bash, rehearsal dinner, work party, or just a good catch up, finding a place for the perfect special occasion group dinner can be a tough task. There are so many things to consider, from the atmosphere, to the space, to whether or not the food will actually be good and suit everyone.
Enter: the world's most unique private dining rooms, hidden in plain sight among some of the most exciting restaurants. Bringing everyone together calls for something out of the ordinary and these restaurant's private dining rooms deliver, minus the crowds. The rooms combine the best bits of your favorite restaurant (menu, service, interiors) with the privacy of a dinner party at home, and a sprinkling of something special.
For the maximalists, there's Jaipur's kaleidoscopic Bar Palladio 12-seater room and Wing Lei's gold-leaf studded "The Imperial" room in Las Vegas seating 13 for Michelin-star Cantonese, Shanghai, and Szechuan cooking. New Yorkers and Londoners have plenty of sophisticated options when it comes to great private dining rooms in the city's most in-demand restaurants, here we pick some of the most unique of the lot, from a Pie Room in Holborn to a theatrically hidden room in a new seafood restaurant in Gramercy Park.