Mayfair restaurant strikes exclusive deal with Tracey Emin
13th December 2013
Drinking & Dining
Looking to dine alongside the likes of Pippa Middleton, Stella McCartney and Bill Clinton. Then 34 restaurants in Mayfair’s Grosvenor Square should be right up your street.
The private dining room here is in the process of being transformed into one of the most exclusive galleries in London. With artwork by contemporary (and often controversial) artist Tracey Emin. Famous for works such as ‘Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-1995’. The Turner Prize nominated ‘My Bed’, Emin, a close friend of 34’s owner Richard Caring, will create drawings, paintings, bronzes, or a carpet for the 60-seat ‘Emin Room’ at the restaurant.
Dining here will certainly be a unique experience, and the restaurant is quite possibly the first to strike an exclusive deal with such a renowned artist. The room can be hired for private dinners and special occasions, with no booking fee and a minimum spend of £3,000. This makes it a great option for Christmas parties or dinners.
With its parrilla grill imported from Argentina, 34 serves an eclectic menu of seasonal game and beef. Indulge in the Chargrilled Whitefield Estate Partridge with buttered cabbage and bacon, salsify. The Douglas Fir Jus; it’s one of the most popular dishes.
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