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Harbour & Jones Events partners with RIBA Venues

29 September 2014 by
Harbour & Jones Events partners with RIBA Venues

Harbour & Jones Events has signed a four-year catering contract with RIBA Venues, the conference and events arm of the Royal Institute of British Architects in Portland Place, London.

The event catering arm of boutique B&I specialist Harbour & Jones currently operates at 18 venues across London.

It will introduce a number of new food concepts, including bistro plated buffets and food stalls, to its RIBA Venues contract, which will have support from Harbour & Jones Events chefs including company chef Robert Milligan and director of food Gary McKechnie. New front of house staff will also be appointed.

Stephanie Ellrott, head of venues at RIBA Venues', commented: "The partnership will focus on a creative approach to food, highest standard of service and continue to position RIBA Venues as a leading London venue for food and service within the meetings and events sector."

Harbour & Jones Events' owner and director Patrick Harbour added: "Our reputation of creating innovative and exciting food is a perfect match with RIBA Venues and we're very much looking forward to creating new menus and working towards our first joint FAM event which will take place in the next couple of months."

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