Head to Proud Cabaret City, or its sister venue in Embankment, to feast on a 1920s inspired meal, complemented by prohibition-era cocktails, seductive burlesque performers, live jazz music and dazzling fire-breathers.
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.
Dine on pizza and quirky cocktails then watch your mates make fools of themselves in this grown up ball pit bar. Not just the ultimate adult playground, Ballie Ballerson also makes for a great photo subject, so don't forget to Boomerang yourself immersed in one million balls.
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 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.
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.
Upper House is a three-storey Victorian townhouse home to food, drinks and good times. Known for its debaucherous character, pop for a meal in the top floor restaurant then drop it down to the Parlour, where cocktails and DJs are the order of the day.
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.
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...
In need of a little breather from the maddening scenes of the Westfield shopping floor? Seek refuge at All Star Lanes - the shopping centre's very own 14-lane bowling alley complete with spacious restaurant and cocktail bar.
Treat yourself top an all-new West End Musical experience as it takes over a secret location for an exquisite dinner. You'll feast on three stunning courses with drinks to accompany and a star-studded selection of table-side entertainment.
If you're looking for something a little different this winter, head to the gorgeous Radisson Blu, where an immersive experience awaits. You haven't lived if you haven't wined and dined with the likes of Del Boy, Rodney and Peckham's finest at this quirky show.
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.
One Canada Square Restaurant and Bar offers cocktails by trolley and a menu in modern tablet form. Friday nights, Saturday brunches and Saturday evenings provide a bit of classic distraction with a sparkling white grand piano, taken over by the in-house, West End-trained pianist.
Ready to get familiar with some of the most technologically advanced dining in the city? Not only bringing about the best in sushi, cocktails and beloved Asian dishes, Inamo Camden are heralded for interactive tables where you can order food, play games and watch the kitchen... live.
The Exhibit invite you to join them for something from the large plate menu before retiring to their 28-capacity, boutique space. Here, you'll sink into leather sofas and enjoy a film from their list of latest releases and cult classics.
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.
The London Cabaret Club is sure to give you one unique night out, with plenty of entertainment. Expect an exquisite dining experience with an innovative live show that brings together music, dance, food and drink in one glittering package.
With a stage set to dazzle an array of senses, this swanky West End restaurant fuses nightlife and luxuriant dining together. Playing host to DJ talent, live music and some of the best cuisine in London, Quaglino's is a destination for fragrant foods, great entertainment and decadence.
Not only is The Courtesan in Brixton serving up some of the finest cocktails and dim sum in the business, head on down to this quirky bar for an impressive roster of interesting and immersive burlesque nights that are set to impress.
Head over to first where the venue will be celebrating some of the greatest musicians of all times. Kicking off with a stunning tribute to the late, great Amy Winehouse, you'll be able to re-live the hits made famous by the iconic singer, alongside some food and drinks from the venue's much-lauded menu.
The main trick up the Big Easy Canary Wharf's sleeve is their deliciously authentic BBQ food and fresh, tasty seafood. But that's not all they have: head into The Rum Lounge and you can enjoy great cocktails and live music through the evening.
Floripa is a fiesta of Brazilian culture and cuisine with a bustling party atmosphere. Bohemian beauties romp around, the venue is adorned with colourful décor and the food is a melting pot of South American dishes and authentic tastes.
Sitting pretty in one of the UK's largest shopping complexes, The Bat and Ball in Westfield Stratford not only promises a tasty selection of Neapolitan-style pizzas from the Well Street Pizza collective, but also a massive 12 ping pong tables for an after-dinner play-off.
The Murder Express is gearing up for another series of journeys to hell and back, and Journey to the Underworld returns. Expect even more devilish delights from the immersive dining experience with Louisa Ellis back at the helm once more.
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.
Offering live music and sets from world-renowned DJs, this gorgeous restaurant in Soho skimps on nothing when it comes to giving you the goods. From its delicious Greek and Turkish-inspired eats, to its excellent entertainment schedule, Horvada really has the whole package.
Aeronaut is West London's ultimate entertainment space, complete with a pub, brewery, circus themed beer garden and big top tent space. Be dazzled and wowed as some of the best international circus performers whilst you're served delicious gastro grub ring side.
With Jools Holland as Boisdale's patron of music, you can guarantee a superb time at this Canary Wharf hotspot. Spread over two floors, you can choose from a variety of restaurants and enjoy events from summer BBQs through to live music.
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.
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.
Levant takes you to an authentic Lebanese dining spot from its smart Marylebone location. Guests start by mixing and matching a selection of mezze plates before the real entertainment starts, as belly dancing performers take centre stage each evening.
Home to Texan BBQ eats, live blues music on the regular and top-notch cocktails, The Blues Kitchen brings the essence of the Deep South to Brixton. Check out the multistory American-inspired hideaway for a lively night out on the town.
Alongside an authentic menu of South American-inspired bites and punchy bespoke cocktails, Salsa Temple also provides entertainment by way of their cocktail masterclasses, salsa lessons and all-out Latin-fuelled party prowess.
Treat yourself to a night of dazzling burlesque and live music a Scarlett Green as the stunning Rat Pack Burlesque Show takes over. You'll get to graze on Aussie-inspired plates, sip in the largest selection of Australian wine in London and witness some sizzling entertainment.
With two floors of impressive drinking and dancing, you'll find stylish interiors, hearty pub grub and refreshing cocktails upstairs and a late-night club, complete with live DJs taking you well into the early hours.
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.
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.
Roadhouse bar is a tribute to all things classically American, characterised by their diner style antics. Girls dance on the bar, motorbikes hang from the ceiling and band smash it on their stage. If there's one thing for sure, this place doesn't tire.