Spiritland is synonymous with spaces for audiophiles. The establishments can be found in King’s Cross- a cafe, workspace and bar that shares its premises with a radio production suite – in Mayfair, and now in London’ s Royal Festival Hall, a prominent music venue located beside the River Thames.
This ‘ central and accessible stage into the heart of the UK’s largest arts centre’, as Artistic Director Paul Noble puts it, is an ideal place to celebrate the food, drink and music culture of London. Every corner of the new 180- cover restaurant exudes the glamorous, cool vibes of the Royal Festival Hall, where countless music icons have performed.
In a nod to its landmark location, spotlighting, a marble bar, bespoke velvet curtains by the same atelier that supplies drapes for London’s West End, rounded leather booth seats, as well as custom ceiling and wall panels, recreate a captivating theatrical atmosphere.
Of course, music is one of the top priorities in a Spiritland outlet- and the Spiritland Royal Festival Hall does not disappoint. The brand worked with custom speaker workshop Living Voice to equip the space with a pair of iconic speakers, which enhance acoustics to bring out the best in performance.
Diners can come expecting an inspiring evening, with a programme planned by Noble and well-known arts broadcaster John Wilson, occasionally featuring speakers like Bill Nighy, Tom Dixon and Irvine Welsh, and artists like Jarvis Cocker, Hot Chip, Joakim and Jeff Mills.
Good food is also a key component of the Royal Festival Hall restaurant, with an open grill, oyster bar, an interesting international menu, and a wine list boasting more than 100 wines.
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