Devonshire Terrace is a highly original destination in the heart of the City. Inside: a spacious, relaxed restaurant and four private dining rooms. Outside: two balconies in a courtyard terrace, one covered by a high glass roof.
Night or day, sitting or standing, Devonshire Terrace is the perfect place to meet friends and colleagues, plan your next takeover and celebrate success. At Devonshire Terrace we’re already counting down to party season!
From turkey dinners with all the trimmings to Christmas canapés and bubbly, we’ve got it covered. Conveniently, we’re only 5 minutes away from Liverpool Station so it’s easy to get home when you’re full of mince pies and Christmas cheer.
If you want to host an event to remember, we’ll take care of it. We promise to look after every detail, with our legendary bar staff, delicious homemade food and excellent wines from Corney & Barrow Wine Merchants. We host all kinds of events – from wedding receptions, wine tastings and cocktail masterclasses, to weekend parties and comedy nights. For memorable events with minimum fuss, get in touch – you’ll be in safe hands.
During the winter months C&B Exchange Square turns into a winter wonderland with an ice rink situated in the square. Whether you fancy yourself as the next Torvill and Dean or you’re more like Bambi on ice, our ice skating package makes the perfect festive outing.Packages
Contact us today for our Christmas Party Packages
Private Rooms - Need a bit more privacy for your event? With 3 private rooms with moveable walls, we can accommodate a private party for up to 150 people and later on, if you want to soak up the party atmosphere from the main bar, just slide open the doors. Our private rooms each have their own heated terraces. Terrace We can't think of many places in the City where you can have a Christmas party al fresco but with our heated, covered terrace it's possible even when there's a chill in the air. Grab a blanket, warm your hands on a glass of mulled wine, settle down on our sofas surrounded by twinkly fairy lights and enjoy the view of the Gherkin. What could be more festive?