The list below is of the livery companies who have their own Hall. Most, but not all, are available for hire. Most, but not all, have their own, or tied, caterers. Also listed are various other "City" venues available for hire.
For a list of livery halls by dining capacity, follow this link
For photos of the Livery Halls' exteriors, follow this link
Formal dining capacities shown in parenthesis. Also at this link. (-) indicates hall is not regularly let.
Butchers presently closed for development
Central Criminal Court see Old Bailey, below
City Livery Club - shared with Little Ship Club, see below
Glaziers (220) SE19DD map London Bridge Station
Guildhall Club (32) EC2V 7HH map St Paul's Station or Bank exit 1
Launderers - shared with Glaziers' Hall, see above
Pewterers (100) map St Paul's Station exit 1 right to Foster Lane
Scientific Instrument Makers - shared with Glaziers' Hall, see above
A note concerning confusion twixt hall names and their livery companies:
Armourers' Hall is the home of the Armourers & Brasiers Company. ie NOT Armourers & Brasiers Hall. Similarly:
Painters' Hall is the home of Painter-Stainers’ Company, and
Watermen’s Hall is the home of the Watermen & Lightermen's Company.
Conversely, Barber-Surgeons’ Hall is the home of the Barbers’ Company. ie not the Barber-Surgeons’ Company.
The Farmers’ Company and the Fletchers’ Company share and jointly own Farmers & Fletchers Hall.
HQS Wellington is the home of the Master Mariners Company.
The Glaziers’ Company share ownership of their hall with the Launderers’ and Scientific Instrument Makers’ Companies. However, only these two liveries refer to the hall by their own name.
And finally, Chartered Accountants’ Hall and Insurers’ Hall are not the halls of the eponymous livery companies (but of the professional institutes), though to an extent do base themselves there or have some of their meetings therein.