Whatever the occasion - stag party, hen do or just bit a Friday night fun - Salvador and Amanda is easily one of the best restaurants for a fun night out in London. Head down and get involved; expect sangria and sass aplenty here. This Iberian eatery will have you tucking into tapas and hip-swinging on the dancefloor all night long. Muy bueno.
Best Party Restaurants in London
Believe it or not, heading out for dinner doesn't necessarily have to entail a night of tucking napkins into shirts and insincere "so how has you day been?" small talk. As all of the cool kids are saying, 'we ain't about that life'. You know what we'd prefer? A place where we can have few drinks, tuck into a good bit of grub, and have a laugh and joke with our friends - in short, a party restaurant. So whether you're looking for a London restaurant to celebrate a special occasion, a place to eat and party, or perhaps just a new unique eating outpost...here's our list of the very best party restaurants in London.
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Have yourself an epic pizza party at Ballie Ballerson. Featuring a million balls - including ball waterfall - kitschy cocktails and jalapeno popper roulette, everything from the food to floors are fun.
With a sumptuous steak menu, two pianists playing your song requests non-stop from dusk till dawn and a space by the stage that's just calling for you to get your shimmy on, The Piano Works is the ideal party restaurant in London for an evening of dinner and night of dancing. Looking for somewhere to host your pre wedding party? This is the perfect spot. Dress up or down, head to Farringdon and get stuck into a bit of steak before showing off your best jive.
Proud Cabaret City is a personal favourite of ours when it comes to catching dinner and a show in London. This 'retro Hollywood supper club'-styled venue serves up a selection of quintessentially British classics partnered by an unforgettable night of entertainment. Indulge on delicious seasonal dishes as a whole host of talented performers grace the stage here to deliver cabaret, jazz and burlesque thrills.
Roadhouse is an American-style retro diner that stands firmly at the forefront of London's 'party restaurant' scene. Always ready to host a celebration, they boast an awesome 'party menu' for guests, offering up some of the best American grub this side of the pond! On top of that, the bar here dons a killer cocktail list that'll keep you merry all night. But best of all, Roadhouse hosts a naturally vibrant atmosphere that's hard to not love.
Four bowling alleys, a storming range of American food and inventive cocktails served up at the bar: All Star Lanes is bundles of fun in the heart of central London. Get your squad together and start racking up those strikes; there's buttermilk fried chicken and a choice of cocktails, craft beers and hard shakes for afterwards regardless of whether you've won or finished dead last.
Looking for a fun restaurant in London with a side of attitude? This meaty hangout in Shoreditch has two sister outposts in Camden and Brixton, and not only fronts mouth-watering grilled eats in the restaurant, but also a heady mix of DJs, live music, and dancing till late when you're done eating. Stop by for cocktails, beautifully prepared food and one helluva night.
If you're looking for a vibrant restaurant in central London, this quirky one should be on your radar. There's plush decor, an acclaimed Asian menu and cracking cocktails alongside a buzzing atmosphere in the heart of Fitzrovia.
Nothing says a London party restaurant like having a contemporary dining space in the heart of a club. Well, this is Tiger Tiger after all and if they're going to do anything it's going to be big, loud and proud of it. So, Haymarket Kitchen is found at the heart of this London mega club but is a fun dinner and drinks zone, don't worry, the dancing is for the clurrb.
Looking for a restaurant that can accommodate a big celebratory meal out in London? Kenza is the place to be. Boasting a private dining room that seats up to 50 guests and an atmosphere that just encourages you intermingle, this Middle Eastern eatery will have you sharing stories over mouthfuls of Lebanese cuisine all night long. And to keep you entertained after your meal, there'll be plenty of belly-dancing going on here too.
Cutely nestled away in Covent Garden, Mabel's is the perfect restaurant for a girls night out in London. Head down to this life-sized doll house and tuck into a menu of dishes that are light on both the purse and calorie-count too - think Butternut Squash & Spinach Risottos and Grilled Chicken Burgers. And it wouldn't be ladies night if dinner wasn't followed by a few Cosmopolitans now would it? Mabel's has got you covered, ladies.
Formerly The Little Yellow Door this eatery-meets-house party experience is the stuff of legends, a place where afternoon teas can swiftly descend into table dancing. With dinner parties, supper clubs, and bottomless brunches, The Little Blue Door is one of the best party restaurants in London.
The Dead Dolls House has got to be one of our favourite places to enjoy a fun meal out in London. This cool Islington spot dons the perfect balance between 'charm' and 'chill'. So, whether you're out to celebrate a successful results day or you're looking for a place that'll serve up plenty of courses and cocktails for you and your mates, this swanky spot is happy to help you keep the good times flowing.
Sway is the ultimate way to spend your night, starting off in their cool restaurant with pizzas and tapas-style sharing plates, moving onto the bar for some great cocktails, before heading to the dance floor to boogey all night.
From games of beer pong through to the hottest mix of RnB and hip hop, SAMA Bankside is adding a whole lot of fun to your dining experience near the Thames.