Green & Fortune has announced plans to open a new luxury hospitality space called the Gallery Room at its home in Kings Place.
The sleek and modern-designed room, located on the mezzanine floor of the arts venue, will have marble flooring, a 75" plasma screen, state of the art technology capabilities modern lighting features that allow for colour washes that can match client corporate branding.
It is expected to open at the start of May and will have capacity for up to 40 dinner guests or up to 60 for theatre-style presentations.
The Gallery Room represents the largest single investment made by Green & Fortune since it launched in 2008. Based in King's Cross arts hub Kings Place, the hospitality company owns and runs Kings Place Events, Rotunda bar, restaurant and private dining, and the Green & Fortune Café, and it now employs more than 100 people.
Green & Fortune said the opening of the Gallery Room comes off the back of a period of tremendous growth for the company as well as being recognised with five major industry awards in the last four years. These include three Foodservice Cateys since The Caterer's sector specific awards were launched in 2013, such as Event Caterer of the Year, Retail & Leisure Caterer of the Year and Salesperson of the Year.
Commenting on the company's latest business development, chief executive John Nugent said: "We're very excited to be launching such an elegant and intimate new space that will be a great addition to such a fantastic building.
"This new lease and investment extends the hospitality options that we will offer at Kings Place. This comes on the back of another very successful year of growth across the whole business. It is a further endorsement of the wider Kings Cross area as a business and leisure district."
The menus have been designed by Kings Place Events' Will Hemming, Ian Green and Quentin Fitch, with executive catering options expected to include premium menus written exclusively for the Gallery Room and built around the beef and lamb that Kings Place Events sources from its own Northumberland farm.