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 22nd March 2018
It's one of the best views in London, and Sky Garden have staked their claim on it. From restaurants to bars littered with greenery, make your way up to this rooftop spot for the best in food and drink, but stick around for the overtly romantic vibes and a stunning sunset.
Whimsical and brimming with cocktail charm, not only are the drinks at The Bloomsbury Club Bar about as romantic as they come (think bubbles and luxury spirits), you can canoodle under a flittering of fairy lights for a truly romantic evening experience in London.
Enter the spectacular St Martin-in-the-Fields as the London Musical Arts Ensemble light the historic church by candle and bring to life the outstanding works of Vivaldi and Handel, with the help of director John Landor.
A short flit to South Kensington may normally have you routing around the local museums, but it's Restaurant Ours that should catch any romantic eyes. Perfect for a meal for two, this renowned space promises luxury plates, indoor living walls, a botanical cocktail selection and more.
One of the most talked about vintage events in London, The Candlelight Club is a more than loved up affair in the city. From their stunning live music sessions down to the throwback fancy dress, head on down for retro antics and candlelit moments aplenty.
Cosy up with a glass of Champagne Lallier and enjoy a romantic evening in London with a three course meal and live screening of a Royal Opera House ballet performance.
Keep each other cosy at this gorgeous music event in Peckham. Candlelit and atmospheric, this evening of acoustic music is one of the most romantic things to do in London.
London's full of rooftop surprises, but none as charming as this romantic restaurant atop the city. From bird themed interiors and luxury dining down to cocktails on the rooftop terrace, Aviary are one of the most talked about spaces in London, and with good reason.
The Sea Life Centre is a pretty magical place as it is, let alone being allowed to go there after hours. Join the beloved aquarium for just that as this romantic night out in London promises plenty of interesting animals, bubbles and charming moments.
Nothing says romance like sipping cocktails from teacups next to a photo of Pat Butcher. When it comes to decor, Little Nan's bar pride themselves on having something of coolest quirks in London, alongside a stunning drinks menu, fun and delicious food and cosy corners for you to get close in.
Disappear into an enchanted forest together this winter, where you both will be surrounded by beautiful, wintry décor, as well as alpine mini golf, neon lit curling lanes, heated igloos and lodges, and cosy fur-lined sofas to tuck into.
Sit back and enjoy the view at one of the most beautiful bars in London. Sip on delicious cocktails from the merry heights of the Sky Garden at this romantic London activity.
Whether it's the secret location or the burlesque that tempts you, there's one thing for sure, and that's that this is one of the most romantic events in London. From the feathers and sequins down to the crowd pleasing, there's nothing holding Gin House Burlesque back.
Matr is a new dining experience in London. Run by chef Jonas Lorentzen, the evening is a celebration of all things Nordic and Danish. Journey through seven courses of innovative dining, all paired with natural wines and served in a sociable and intimate environment.
It's one of the coolest music venues in London, and it's more than perfect for a romantic stint on the tiles. From their live jazz nights through to soul hits and dining on their second floor terrace, you can go at a whole evening at Jazz Cafe and never get bored.
Not only is this an opportunity to treat each other to a delicious dining experience, you’ll get to witness the London Cabaret Club’s finest live performances, with wonderful shows that explore the rich heritage of British culture.