Restaurants with Entertainment

Drinking, dining and spectacular shows go hand in hand at some of the best eateries in the city. Ignite your senses with burlesque beauties, cabaret cavorts, live music or even extravagant circus tricks and treats at these spectacular spot, where the food on your plate isn't the only delight. If you fancy something a little more exciting than your typical date night or mundane dinner experience,  take a look at our pick of the best restaurants with entertainment in London. 

Last updated on 13th January 2020




@ Radisson Blu Bloomsbury Street Hotel on Various dates from Friday 24th January 2020

Expect a whole evening of rib-tickling, completely silly entertainment with this immersive theatre night. Basil, Sybil and Manuel will be attempting to serve a three-course meal, but as fans of the hit TV show will know, things won't go smoothly.

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

49 user reviews 4

Bottomless Brunch!

Blues Kitchen pushes out the juiciest, tender trimmings of BBQ foods you'll find in London. The Shoreditch site is huge space filled with meaty smells, live music and DJ tunes come the weekend. Why not also try their Camden or Brixton site, or get a dose of live music from Jazz Cafe

Embarking on a meal out in London? Then to the Flight Club you must flock. Not only boasting one of the only digitally responsive sets of dartboards in the business, you can tuck into hearty plates and settle matches in the venue's oche. 

The Piano Works Farringdon

1206 user reviews 4

Complimentary prosecco reception and cake for birthday or pre wedding celebrations (Minimum group size 10)

The Piano Works offers a dining experience unlike any other with live music being the side dish to dinner. It's a staple late night venue where guests decide the repertoire from their house musicians whilst tucking into an array of culinary treats and luscious libations. 

When it comes to immersive dining, noone does it quite like Bunga Bunga. Enter a secret world through a meatlocker, where Italian characters are ready with an impressive variety show and delicious dishes. Each night offers a different performance, with twists at every corner.

Salvador & Amanda

1144 user reviews 4

Flamenco Show

A Spanish restaurant with romantic charm, Salvador & Amanda is one of the most entertaining restaurants in London. Not only host to plush tapas inspired plates and classic Spanish dishes, Salvador & Amanda host a regular roster of live music, flamenco dancing and more. 

  The Candlelight Club

322 user reviews 4

@ The Candlelight Club on Saturday 14th March 2020 and 4 other Saturdays

Drink, dine and dance into the night as The Candlelight Club review the bygone days of the Golden Age. These are London's most elusive and notorious collectives, bringing the glitz and glamour of the 1920s back to life. Flappers eat your heart out as the prohibition party begins...

The Schoolhouse

339 user reviews 4

20% OFF YOUR BILL and 6 other offers

Looking for a quirky London restaurant with a side of nostalgia? Head to one of The Schoolhouse's infamous Saturday bottomless brunch parties for unlimited drinks, tasty food, live DJs and an after-school club like no other. We're confident this South London bar would fail its Ofsted Inspection. 

Apé Hour

16 person foosball, huge slices of pizza and vintage video games; sounds amazing, right? Pizza Pilgrim are offering that and more in their Canary Wharf site. The pizza chain has made a name for itself by creating stunning Neapolitan pizzas topped with the freshest ingredients around. 

Tropicana Beach Club

1575 user reviews 4

Tropicana Happy Hour and 2 other offers

One of the wildest ways to dine and dance in London, Tropicana Beach Club is one of the hottest places to eat in the city. Join them for food and fine drinks aplenty as you not only enjoy their tropical interiors and holiday vibes, there's regular cabaret, dancing and music to boot.

Tank & Paddle Bishopsgate

85 user reviews 4

While the kitchen staff roll out freshly made stone-baked pizzas, the bar is busy serving home brewed pints of craft beer and real ale, all created in giant tanks that stand behind the bar. If that doesn't get you excited, the venue's shuffleboard and board games are certain to leave you beaming. 

Hidden away form the bustle of Liverpool Street, Kenza is a Arabian wonderland of draped silks, beaded cushions and luxuriant lounging. Taste the traditional flavours of Lebanese cuisines and douse yourself in the decadence of this of atmospheric restaurant and bar. 

Smash Wimbledon

429 user reviews 4

Located in the heart of the world's tennis capital, Smash Wimbledon is a party bar, pizzeria and table tennis wonderland. Boasting four high-grade ping pong tables for groups of all sizes, there is also a separate area perfect for eating, drinking and dancing, as well as screens around the venue playing all the biggest sporting events.

Bounce, Old Street

907 user reviews 5

Ping Pong and Packages and 2 other offers

Bounce is one of east London's leading lights when it comes to fun-loving venues. Get straight on one of their 17 tables and set up a tourney among your mates, then finish off with a few cocktails and something from their Italian-inspired food menu.

Circus

1051 user reviews 4

With everything from jaw-dropping aerial performers through to seductive burlesque, Circus is a unique bar and restaurant in Covent Garden. Join the secretive spot come the evening as guests dine on delicious Pan-Asian food, served with a side of dazzling entertainment.