Chamber Supper Club at Marco Pierre White

25th June 2019

Sheffield Chamber are delighted to launch the first in a new series of networking events titled Chamber Supper Club.

The Supper Club is designed to allow Sheffield Chamber members and non-members the opportunity to create business relationships in an informal environment, while also being treated to some of the best food on offer around the city. For the first event of 2019, Sheffield Chamber have teamed up with Vine Hotels to bring you an exquisite three-course meal including welcome drink in their recently opened Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, located within the DoubeTree Hilton Sheffield Park, Chesterfield Road South, Sheffield, S8 8BW. This is an exclusive opportunity to experience great food at preferential rates while also creating new connections in the business community. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. Menus will be circulated upon booking. We look forward to sharing a great evening with you!

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