Romantic Things To Do in London
Take-away Tuesdays and 2-4-1 Fridays are just not cutting the mustard any more when it comes to a romantic evening or things to do in London with your beau? From seductive supper clubs and razzle dazzle 'em cocktail bars, to titillating burlesque shows and live music, London does amorous antics better than any city in the world, or at least we'd like to think so. So why not check out our recommendations for romantic things to do in London, and schmooze your beau something silly.
Last updated on 29th June 2017
Find the height of funny as you treat yourself and your other half to an evening of unforgettable, grip-your-seat laughter followed by a night in boogie-town. Embark The Tattershall Castle ship harboured at Embankment and chuckle the night away to celebrated comedians Noise Next Door, Marcel Lucont, Charlie Baker and MC David Morgan. If you fancy enjoying a boozer post-show, you're in luck as the boat becomes a nightclub even complete with secret comic gigs.
Head down to Bedales' Wine Tasting Workshop at Borough Market and impress bae with your sophisticated palette (or at least pretend to know what you're talking about!) Whether you're a novice or a connoisseur when it comes to vino, this workshop is a quirky, off-beat approach to wine-tasting that caters to all! A fun, informative and wine-laden date night. All boxes ticked.
Watch the sunset over the London skyline in one of Greenwich's most gorgeous venues as Craft put on a monthly supper club in their swanky restaurant. Join the spot for beautiful decor and delicious food with a rotating theme each month, from guest chefs through to a seven-course vegetarian feast.
Said to be inspired by the Féeries of 19th century Paris, this one of the finest shows at Cafe De Paris yet. A hubbub of unique performers, and boasting ever the amorous act, sit back with a bottle of bubbly, your beau and indulge in this 1920s ballroom of glamour and romantic luxury. Go on, kiss 'em.
Pay homage to Enid Blyton and treat that someone special to a cocktail and dinner pairing class that's sure to leave you smiling. With a night dedicated to Pinkster Gin in March and an equally intriguing Havana Club evening on offer in April, guests will be able to enjoy a delicious selection of dishes, where every ingredient has been selected to match the potent cocktails on offer. Think Black Forrest Moose served alongside Mai Thai.
One of the most dazzling spaces in the city and decked out in historical charm, it's time for the Rivoli to host some of the most romantic movie screenings in London this month as their roster promises cult classics and romantic favourites in a truly stunning enviroment.
It’s not every day that you get the chance to bring your loved one for cocktails and bubbly at the top of the Gherkin. Amazingly enough, today is one of those days, and it’s all thanks to the generous guys at Searcy’s relaxing their standard members-only entrance policy for DMN bookings only. Whisk yourself 180 metres into the sky for date night drinks with unparalleled, 360-degree views of the city to boot.
Treat that special someone to a night of luxury food and drink as Moet & Chandon team up with the Hampshire Lounge Bar to deliver a unique selection of food and drink. There’s their new Ice Imperial, the only Champagne designed specifically to drink over ice, as well as a series of indulgent food and drink, from afternoon tea to dinner.
Watch some of your favourite films in the comfort of the prettiest parks around at Pop Up Screens. While you sit back and watch, their bar’s will supply you with all the Brewdog beer that you need.
Found has got to be one of the most intimate cocktail bars in East London, and best of all you have to work for you drink. Hunting down the secretive bar is the first task, but once found you will be rewarded with delicious cocktails such as Frothy Lady which combines gin, peach, elderflower, egg white and lemon.
Set on the stunning Kensington Roof Gardens, Proms will be a series of gorgeous live music nights. Snuggle up in the outdoor, rooftop gardens as musicians from the Royal College of London play enchanting live music.