Morton's Club is one of London's most exclusive members clubs. With its prestigious and central location overlooking the gardens of the fashionable Berkeley Square, you can expect Morton's Club to give exceptional service with a standard of food and drink second to none. The Grade II listed building was built in 1823 and was at one time the private residence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
The first-floor restaurant is undoubtedly one of the most striking dining rooms in London. The seasonal cuisine is perfectly complemented by the 2,200 bin wine-list, and with its picturesque balcony for al fresco summer dining or smoking a cigar, the restaurant is at the very heartbeat of the house.
After dinner the Morton's bar team would be delighted to create for you the perfect classic cocktail and signature drinks.
DRESS CODE IS REQUIRED AT THIS LOCATION: Morton's Club request that all members and guests must be appropriately dressed for the setting.
Men must wear long-sleeve collared shirt or a round neck with a blazer. Smart jeans are encouraged, shirts should be tucked and clean fashion trainers are allowed but shoes are preferred. Tracksuit bottoms, shorts, sports trainers or sandals are not acceptable.
Women must be dressed smartly. Elegant attire and high heels are encouraged in the evenings. The Club's dress code must be adhered to by everyone entering the club.