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Humble Grape Fleet Street

Location pin

1 St. Bride's Passage, London, EC4Y 8EJ - 

  • Users

    Up to
    70 guests

A bigger, plusher sister to James Dawson’s original Battersea wine bar, Humble Grape Fleet Street aims to replicate its sibling’s success with a similar formula. The wine is sourced from smaller vineyards with a focus on the biodynamic, organic and sustainable. Supporting the vinous stars of the show, there’s a contemporary menu including tapas-style plates. Hidden amid the side streets of Fleet Street, this larger, 334sq m site – within a vaulted Sir Christopher Wren-designed building, no less – has more event options. As well as piggybacking on the in-house tasting sessions, organisers can work with the venue to create dinners and drinks receptions.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 70

Dining

Dining

up to 45

Amenities

Tea

Tea

Disabled access

Disabled access

Location

Reviews

  • Ray S

    May 2024

    I seem to recall having been here before but perhaps under different ownership. I enjoyed a very warm welcome from Portuguese Evan and excellent service from both Evan and French Nicholas. The evening that I visited was quiet but still great, complemented by a decor of vintage wines. You can select your perfect wine accompaniment from the menu or browse a wide range from the adjoining shop. There is also a wine flight kn offer. The food was piping hot, of high quality and well presented, so all in all well worth a visit.

  • Dayana Olegova

    April 2024

    We had their wine tasting fleet - 2 white and 2 red wines with descriptions of each one, its origin, flavour etc. it was amazing! Also ordered a charcuterie board with cheeses and meats which also tasted lovely. I would love to go back :)