Balls Brothers have been looking after the City for over 150 years, so we’ve definitely had our fair share of Christmas celebrations. It is our favourite time of year, so leave it with us to make it a special one.
Location is one of the key elements when planning a party, do you agree? We now have 10 venues across London for you to choose from. There is the newly refurbished Balls Brothers Hay’s Galleria, situated along the Thames; Balls Brothers Bury Court next to the landmark building Gherkin. There’s old and new, and something for everyone. Newest in the City is Adam’s Court, nestled in a bustling courtyard just minutes away from Bank Station, and established older ones – Victoria right outside the Victoria station and Gow’s by Liverpool Street station, both hold onto the older wine bar charm.
Location is important, but in our opinin, the real key to a good Christmas party is wine! And Champagne. Or both. Luckily, we have it all – London’s purveyors of fine wine and exquisite food. …and like they say: “One who’s had a glass bubbly prior to their event will have the most memorable time!“ (–anonymous).
There are more than 50 different wines on our list, including red, white and rosé, sparkling and dessert wine.
Our emporium includes 18 different gins, 18 different whiskies, 10 different fortified wines.
We can have a range of entertainment at our fingertips and some of the best events team around to help you organise your party.
Food and drink are one of our greatest passions. For Christmas this year, we are offering a fantastic 3-course festive menu and not to forget our festive canapes, fork buffet and finger food!
Start your day the right way with a festive Champagne breakfast in Balls Brothers. A choice of a breakfast selection accompanied by Champagne!
We know how to throw the best Christmas event, whether it’s your big Christmas party or a smaller intimate dinner. We bring you the finest options to celebrate Christmas with us and make it a memorable one.
All you need to do is bring your festive spirit, we’ll sort out the other bits.
More here: http://www.ballsbrothers.co.uk/christmas/