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7 May

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twotwentytwo, a restaurant in Marylebone
twotwentytwo a restaurant in London
One of London hotel restaurants, called twotwentytwo restaurant and bar
twotwentytwo Bar & Restaurant in Marylebone

The Landmark London Hotel

twotwentytwo Restaurant & Bar Parties

 

Parties and Celebrations at twotwentytwo Restaurant & Bar

If you're looking for a venue for a special occasion then you need to look no further. twotwentytwo is a great venue to celebrate anything from birthdays, leaving dos, anniversaries to team building nights. Seating can be formal or informal and we can host anything from intimate gatherings to up to thirty people. 

If you're looking to celebrate in style then why not join the thousands of happy people who have enjoyed the ambiance, food and atmosphere at twotwentytwo  Restaurant & Bar.  

If you are interested in holding a private function at twotwentytwo Restaurant & Bar please call +44 (0) 20 7631 8188 or email us at restaurants.reservation@thelandmark.co.uk  for more information.

Special Offers

Absinthe at the Mirror Bar

Let our resident mixologists dispel any myth about Absinthe and reignite your interest in this fabled spirit.

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Chelsea Flower show Afternoon Tea

In celebration of the RHS Chelsea Flower show our dedicated pastry team have created a unique Afternoon Tea with a floral theme

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Football, beer and burgers – a winning combination

Where there’s football, there’s beer and with the FA Cup final coming up on Saturday 30th May, our twotwentytwo restaurant and bar is the perfect venue to get some of the sporting action.

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Wimbledon Afternoon Tea at the Winter Garden

Put a twist to your summer Wimbledon games and indulge in another favourite British pastime; afternoon tea at our stunning glass atrium Winter Garden restaurant where a cup of Darjeeling comes with a twist of tennis.

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