On Broadway / NEWS HUNGRY

If the eight-year long waiting list for membership at the Hurlingham Club is too much for your patience and if you really care more for the wining and dining than all that fancy golfing and cricketing anyway, you’ll soon find yourself with a more casual option in Fulham. The Broadway House is bound to open its doors as one of London’s most exclusive members clubs towards the beginning of August. Made for both business and play, it aims to be your office and penthouse in one. The 17th-century building has been meticulously refurbished and already houses two restaurants, both of which are open for business. With the Broadway Bar and Grill downstairs and Brasa upstairs, Brenhan Magee (of Jerusalem and Salvador & Amanda) has finally brought a British food temple to this part of the capital. Stay on the ground floor for a glass of wine and simple seasonal cooking, or venture upstairs for distinctly British produce cooked over live coals in a New York-style loft setting. So what will be added? The Broadway House will pride itself in on its enviable twin roof terraces, on which you can hold al fresco meetings or enjoy appropriately-chilled cocktails in the summer sunshine. Private function rooms will also be offered to members, complete with WiFi and in-house laptops. Membership is £300 per year and includes access to standard club entertainment such as wine tastings, themed parties and poker tournaments. Pop yourself on the waiting list.
By Carina Kolbe
SITE: broadwaybandg.co.uk
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