Indulge in unforgettable moments at Corrigan's, nestled in the heart of London's prestigious Mayfair district. 

Elevate your special occasions and dining events to sheer perfection, as Corrigan's guarantees a memorable and opulent dining experience, ensuring every visit is nothing short of extraordinary.

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Weddings in Mayfair

Whether it's an intimate celebration or a grand feast, Corrigan's Mayfair proudly holds a wedding license. With an exquisite fine dining menu, private rooms tailored for every style of reception, and a dedicated team to assist you in planning every detail, your special day at Corrigan's will be an exceptional and unforgettable experience.

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Birthdays

Whether arranging a grand birthday celebration, a more intimate gathering with family and friends, or a surprise blowout for a special someone, Corrigan's Mayfair is the ideal setting to ensure your birthday festivities are unforgettable and perfectly tailored.

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Christmas

Indulge in a festive feast at Corrigan's Mayfair this Christmas, where star dishes showcase wild seasonal produce, complemented by an extensive wine list and contemporary Irish flare. From exquisitely prepared menus to the finest Champagne selections, Corrigan's invites you to experience the pinnacle of Christmas celebrations.

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Corporate Dining

Discover an exceptional venue for corporate events or client entertaining at Corrigan's Mayfair. Tailor your experience in one of our distinctive private dining rooms, each thoughtfully equipped to meet your needs and ensure a sophisticated and seamless gathering.

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"Corrigan's is a triumph. The service is magnificent, the pricing policy carefully calibrated for these challenging times and the place is well designed to entice you to linger.”

Matthew Norman The Guardian