Attention, Bridgerton fans! If you’re desperate to get a dose of regency before the second season of the hit Netflix show airs, there is a way. This summer, you will be able to dine in the gardens of this London-based Bridgerton location.
That’s right, it’s time to don that rogue lockdown frock purchase and get ready to dine in pure class. The Queen’s House in Greenwich, which can be spotted in the background of some of the most gorgeous scenes in Bridgerton, is launching dining domes.
The domes will sit in front of the stately home during summer and can be booked for 7 May onwards on the Royal Museums Greenwich website.
Unfortunately, the outdoor dining experience doesn’t come with the added company of the Duke of Hastings. However, the classy dining domes do come with a gorgeous view of the London skyline. The domes can seat between four and six people, and guests can choose from seasonal menus for either lunch, royal afternoon tea or dinner.
As you might expect, living like a Bridgerton comes with a price. There is a £300 minimum spend per dome for dinner reservations, which rises to £350 for bookings after 7.30 pm. The dining domes are allocated for two hours for lunch and dinner bookings, but 1.5 hours for afternoon tea.
The good news is, there’s no minimum spend for lunch or afternoon tea reservations. Plus, if you’re a member of Royal Museums Greenwich, you will get 10 per cent of your booking.
If the excitement for these domes is anything like how popular the show is, we can expect the dining slots to get booked up quickly. Besides, we can think of worse ways to spend newfound freedom this summer…