Mayfair's The Guinea Grill reopens following expansion

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Mayfair's The Guinea Grill reopens following expansion

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Award-winning pub The Guinea Grill has reopened its doors following an expansion of the pub to create additional dining space and two new private dining rooms.

The Mayfair pub has had its ground-floor dining area increased by an additional 60 covers, while upstairs is now home to two new private dining rooms, The Gallery and The Wine Room, seating 12 and 16 respectively.

The new spaces complement the character of the original pub, which opened in 1952, although an inn has been on the Bruton Place site since 1423. All of the original Guinea Grill’s features including its signature meat counter remain untouched.

The kitchen is lead by head chef Thiago Brigidi, with signature dishes including porterhouse, chateaubriand to côte de boeuf beef cuts along with beef, oyster and Guinness pie; prawn and crayfish cocktail; and devilled kidneys on toast.

“Due to the popularity of the pub and dining demand from our guests, we are delighted to have been able to expand The Guinea Grill to accommodate for further bookings without losing any of the pub’s conviviality and charm," says Cristiano Pellizzari, general manager at The Guinea Grill.

"As one of London’s oldest pubs and steakhouses, it is a landmark site and an integral part of the capital’s pub scene, and the team and I are looking forward to welcoming back our guests for a pint at the bar.”

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