D&D London, which is tipped as an upcoming IPO candidate, is set to re-open its Marquee Club, Conran’s Mezzo and Floridita property in London’s Soho as 100 Wardour Street at the start of next year.

The venues ceased trading earlier this year as a result of a fire at the premises.

The company said that the new venue would be “an eclectic, relaxed, lifestyle venue with live music, all day dining and Soho private members’ club feel”.

It said: “100 Wardour Street takes its inspiration from the edgy Soho location with innovative décor and playful feel well suited to the bohemian local crowd. From welcoming lazy breakfasts, light lunches, brunches and flexible working spaces in the upstairs Lounge, as evening falls 100 Wardour Street transitions into a sophisticated, yet vibrant evening dining and destination cocktail bar and downstairs club.

Earlier this month, D&D London reported like-for-like sales across its UK operations up 7% with EBITDA rising 33% to £11.2m for the year to 31 March.

Turnover increased 13% across the year to £104.9m while cash profits after financing costs were up 50% to £8.2m.

The year saw the two venues relaunched - Avenue in March 2014 and Quaglino’s October 2014.