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Quiet pub room in SE1?

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Tuesday 21 March 2006 9.35am

does anyone know of a pub that has a quiet room? I'm looking to arrange a meeting for about 7 people soon and hope to host it in a pub that has a bookable room, or one that does not get at all noisy.

Ideally this would be as close to the Bricklayers Arms as possible (so - Dover St, Tower Bridge Rd areas all fine)

thanks a bunch for any suggestions
Tuesday 21 March 2006 9.45am
Not in your chosen vicinity but a C10 bus ride along Long Lane, The Royal Oak in Tabard Street has a cosy reservable room upstairs. It hosted the 2005 Christmas dinner for 10-12 SE1ers.
Tuesday 21 March 2006 11.32pm
Try The Horseshoe behind St. Thomas' street. There is a little room upstairs with access to the balcony (it is the first day of spring), also a little bar. I had a birthday there once and it was great.

The elusive camel also has an upstairs, but it's not quiet. The River Bar has a downstairs area, but they might only open it up if there are lots of people.
Wednesday 22 March 2006 8.57am
The Garrison has a room thats great for meetings or parties. They have a projector and screen and lots of different audio options. The rates for the room are quite reasonable.
Wednesday 22 March 2006 1.01pm
Simon the Tanner has a very quiet room ...
Wednesday 22 March 2006 2.19pm
shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh....You'll wake the barman
Wednesday 22 March 2006 2.42pm
judging by the fight outside there Monday before last someone did!!
Tuesday 28 March 2006 10.22pm
thanks for your suggestions everyone!

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