Valentine’s Day

It’s that time of year again, everything is turning a vivid shade of red or pink as Valentine’s Day looms on the not-so-distant horizon. You may be feeling the love, but we can help you show it. Whether you’re head over heels or a sassy singleton this year, we’ve got the best dining experiences in London across our restaurants, just for you.

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TABLE FOR TWO

They say we should prioritise quality over quantity, but not when it comes to tasting menus…If your significant other is a serious foodie (and let’s be honest, who isn’t these days), why not gift them a multi-course tasting menu? You can choose from four courses at Sauterelle, six courses at Michelin-Starred Angler, four courses at Quaglino’s, or eight courses at Launceston Place!

If tasting menus aren’t your thing, let sparks fly over a cosy Sunday roast and head to New Street Grill, South Place Chop House or Madison’s special Soul Sunday roast.

On the other hand, if you fancy something a little different, you could always attend The Great Bluebird Bake Off together, tickets are FREE!

 

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COUPLES COCKTAILS

Get drunk in love this Valentine’s (literally), with a couples cocktail masterclass at German Gymnasium’s Meister Bar. You’ll learn to make two of the bar teams cocktails as well as feast on some tasty Mittel-European snacks.

 

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MAKE A NIGHT OF IT

What’s more, you could even check into South Place Hotel for a foodie stay-cation to remember as part of their Gourmet Weekend package, or perhaps just for Bed & Brunch.

 

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SINGLE PRINGLE READY TO MINGLE

Calling all single ladies and gentleman! If you’re looking for love, or even if you’re just out to party solo, we’ve got some fantastic events, just for you. Whether a pink champagne tasting at Bluebird, a night of Gabrielle Aplin at 100 Wardour St,

 

One things for sure, we won’t be stuck at home crying into a king size pot of Ben & Jerry’s worried we will be found eaten by Alsatians…no matter how comfy our duvet is.

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ONE FOR THE GALS

Galentine’s Day was a big hit last February 14th, where we bid farewell to the traditional Valentine’s Day love affair and celebrate platonically with our best gal pals. We’re talking bottomless brunches at Skylon & Aster, Le Brunch at Coq d’Argent with live music or a rather more raucous version of Afternoon Tea at Crafthouse with bottomless Prosecco!

You could even ditch the drinks in favour of carbs with three of your nearest and dearest for a pizza masterclass at Radici. If carbs aren’t your thing, you could alternatively host your very own Anti-Valentine’s Day get together at Madison with their MadLab cocktail masterclass for eight – who said chemistry had to be just for couples?


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