• Mahogany Bar

The Mahogany Bar is a much-loved destination in its own right, serving a carefully selected range of beers, wines and spirits, locally sourced where possible. 

Gatherers serve stone baked pizza and pasta on show days only from 5pm to 9pm. Food is also available from 1pm on days with matinee performances. See our sample menu here

For table reservations for large table bookings and room hires please contact bar@wiltons.org.uk.
Unfortunately we are unable to reserve tables for groups of less than 8.

For groups of 15 or more we usually ask you to hire a room. More information can be found on our hires pages or by emailing info@wiltons.org.uk.

Planning your visit
On show days the kitchen and dining spaces get very busy from around 1 hour prior to show time. We recommend arriving early (i.e. between 5pm and 6pm for a 7.30pm show time). This way you’ll be able to relax and enjoy your food with plenty of time before the show begins. If you’re not seeing the show and are able to, we would recommend arriving before 6pm, or from 7.30pm to ensure you can get a table.

The Oldest Part of Wilton's

The Mahogany Bar is a Georgian building dating from as early as 1690. Originally an ale house, it has traded under many names over the years including The Albion Saloon and The Prince of Denmark. In 1828 it was furnished with a magnificent mahogany bar and luxurious fittings which was unprecedented for a pub interior at that time - earning it the nickname 'The Mahogany Bar'. Sadly, the famous fixtures and fittings are long gone but the atmosphere lingers on.

After years of use, the bar spent the last half of the 20th century derelict. The Wilton's Music Hall Trust reopened it in 2009 and final repairs to make it structurally sound were completed September 2015.

I Jah Mo live in the bar, January 2013. Image courtesy of James Ford.

Monday Night Music: Nell & the Hot Mess Muggers (trio)

Free Event
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Monday Night Music: Peanut Shuffle Club

Free Event
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They Like It

  • This definitive anti-chain bar, tucked away inside the oldest surviving music hall in London, has a ramshackle charm founded on unpredictability.

    Emerald Street, Stylist Magazine

  • A good place to impress friends with your knowledge of London’s nightlife... Part museum, part theatre, part bar, it’s a must!

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  • Building Closures

    Please note the building is occasionally closed due to private hire.
    All closures are visible when viewing the calendar on our What's On page.

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