The boss of private members club chain Soho House said the company had not ruled out opening a second venue in The City following the success of The Ned, as the business reported boosted revenue in its 2017 results.
Chief executive Nick Jones, who founded the original venue in Soho's Greek Street in 1995, told City A.M. that he would also consider expanding Square Mile brand The Ned globally.
"I love the City of London, in the five to six years I've worked on The Ned I've really fallen in love with it," he said.
"[A new venue would not] necessarily be in the City of London, but we would certainly look at taking The Ned brand to other cities.
"But I wouldn't rule out opening a Soho House-style venue in the City."
This year the company has undertaken the redevelopment of the original Greek Street site, opened a new venue in White City as part of the redevelopment of the former BBC studios, and extended the members space at The Ned in a bid to fulfil demand.
Total turnover for the year to 31 December 2017 was up 23 per cent to £360.1m, the private company revealed today, as Jones outlined expansion plans including new venues in Paris and Hong Kong to open next year.
Performance last year was driven by an increase in membership income, up 40 per cent to £80.8m and strong food and drink sales, which increased by 10 per cent to £158.6m.
The company will establish its first club in Asia next month with the opening of Soho House Mumbai, closely followed by venues in Rome and Milan.
"We'll continue to expand at a rate of four to five houses a year," Jones added.
Addressing reports of an initial public offering in New York, Jones said the company was "still considering it."