History

The Walbrook Club opened its doors in May 2000 in a charming Queen Anne-style townhouse built in 1952 by the late property developer Rudolph Palumbo. Ideally located just a stone’s throw from the Mansion House, the Bank of England and Sir Christopher Wren’s Church of St. Stephen, the Club’s style is that of an elegant private home.

Mark Birley, the legendary owner of Mark’s Club, Harry’s Bar and Annabel’s, oversaw its conversion into a private members’ club. Warmly described as a hidden jewel, The Walbrook Club is an oasis in the heart of the bustling Square Mile.

As well as the bar and main dining room, The Walbrook has two smaller private rooms that are ideally suited for confidential business meetings, breakfasts, lunches, dinners or drinks away from the office and in a convivial atmosphere. The Club prides itself on maintaining high standards of fine dining, absolute discretion and first-class service.

The Walbrook is a member of the Association of London Clubs.

Dress Code & Hours

Jacket and collared shirt for men and smart business attire for women are mandatory during all visits to the Club, with sports, suede and leatherwear strictly prohibited. The Club reserves the right to deny entry to inappropriately dressed members or guests.
The Club is open throughout the day from Monday to Friday, with breakfast from 7:00am, lunch and then dinner until late. Weekends are by special arrangement.