This form is reserved exclusively for those interested in organising an event (minimum 20 people) by privatising an entire area of the restaurant with a dedicated menu and service in an intimate and exclusive setting.
Event requests are only handled via this portal (not via e-mail addresses). The dedicated office answers enquiries from Monday to Friday.
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A casual and relaxed atmosphere characterises this area overlooking the gardens of the Royal Villa. It is furnished with a red and white striped marquee and at certain times the sky shines through. A very bright place, it allows you to be outdoors even on rainy days, so it remains a space that is not completely enclosed and warmed by mushrooms. Perfect for smokers but not for those who suffer greatly from the cold.
Once a transit porch for the carriages of the Royal Villa, our central hall overlooks the gardens and inner courtyard of the Gallery of Modern Art through large windows. Lush plants decorate the elegant room embellished with customised wrought-iron furniture.
By reserving the entire location, you have all of LùBar’s spaces at your disposal: the bar area, the dehor in the entrance courtyard, the small garden at the back, and the elegant indoor hall reminiscent of an eighteenth-century greenhouse.
We recommend starting the event with a welcome aperitif or cocktails in the Dehor, which is perfect even in winter as it is closed and heated, and then continuing in the main indoor room, the “18th-century Greenhouse”, and concluding for dessert in the Garden that overlooks the entrance to the Villa Reale park.