‘Bridgerton’ Filming Location Transformed Into Dining Domes Pop Up
The first guests at the newly installed ‘Dining Domes’ at Queen’s House dined like royalty on Friday.
The grounds of Queen’s House, former Royal residence of James I built especially for his wife Anne of Denmark and recent filming location for Netflix’s Bridgerton, was transformed into an alfresco dining area. The show shot in the house’s famous Marble Hall and library and in the West Garden.
The restaurant features seasonal menus for either lunch, Royal afternoon tea or dinner and gives guests a view of the London skyline and the River Thames.
The dining domes seat 4-6 people and were created a a partnership with Eventist Group. They are open from May 7 through May 31.