Get the Royal Treatment at London House


The Land of Hope and Glory may lie some 4,000 miles away from Orlando, but that didn’t stop London House owners Adrian Everett and Ben Becton from bringing all the bits and bobs of high society Britain to life in their newly rechristened club– now open to the public in Dr. Phillips’ Dellagio.

Once ushered through the front door of the club, guests will be be whisked away into the world of British high society, where professionally trained butlers and wait staff give the royal treatment.

Composed of a wide assortment of table sizes, the main dining room melds the traditional with the contemporary, featuring plush Euro-modern chairs, a world-class grand piano, dazzling crystal chandeliers and a gargantuan glass wine case, topped off by a spectacular view of Dellagio’s fountain. Consisting of the finest, most epicurean dishes imaginable, the club’s menu boasts of both British favorites and a dash of European cosmopolitanism.

A culinary journey through the restaurant’s line-up reveals a plethora of delectable dishes such as foie gras, duck, lobster, caviar, the club’s succulent beef wellington, prime steaks and stunningly sweet desserts, with a quality rivaling that of the Ritz in Paris and White’s in London.

Adjacent to the formal dining area sit two private rooms for special, intimitate events, as well as an “immersion” chamber for the club’s fifteen course supper at $350 per person. A bar and formal lounge are situated behind the two private dining rooms as well, with an  outdoor cigar lounge and patio space, complete with a bust of Sir Winston Churchill.

You’d be forgiven for daydreaming of James Bond, Winston Churchill or Harry Hart while gazing at the very English trappings on display throughout London House and – peculiarly enough – in the intricately decorated restrooms. Ranging from the ornate to the extravagant, the decor in the club’s bathrooms makes a visit to the privvy feel more like a tour of the British Museum than a stop at the loo. Each lavatory contains a theme from British life, ranging from spies to fashion to royalty.

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London House opened its doors to the public May 20th. The club formerly served as an exclusive club for members only from 2020-2022. Although the establishment retains exclusive access for “Keyholder” members before 5 PM, the club now welcomes the public nightly for dinner. Propsective members may join the club for exlusive access before five o’clock for $88 per month.

The club will continue to hold seasonal events in addition to featuring a pianist on select days and weekends.

For reservations, visit London House – Private Members’ Club.



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