Valentine's Day 2017 Events in London
If you’re lucky enough to have been struck with Cupid’s Bow, chances are you’re on the hunt for the perfect place to wine and dine your other half when Valentine’s Day 2017 hits. Luckily for you, we’ve selected some of the most romantic spots in London that’ll no doubt charm your partner off their loved-up feet. Here’s our recommended bars and restaurants for Valentine’s Day in London, with a handy little selection of Anti-Valentine’s Day Parties going down in the capital for good measure.
Check back in January 2017 for full Valentine's Day in London listings!
Last updated on 16th August 2016
Consistently lauded as one of the best bars in the world - let alone London - it’s time you stopped putting off a visit to Nightjar and checked in to see what all the fuss is about. Look for the steady queue of couples just down from Old Street roundabout and prepare yourself for something special, as Nightjar perfects the set-up with theatrical cocktails served alongside a lovely playlist of live jazz music. If you’re looking for something really special to celebrate this Valentine’s Day in London, Nightjar is the one.
Hidden away somewhere along Rivington Street, Nola offers stunning date night vibes in a part of town usually known for its boutique coffee shops and cutting-edge nightclubs. Wonder upstairs from Bedroom Bar and into an internationally award-winning bar, with jazz and blues music, a secret cigar terrace and some of the most beautifully crafted concoctions in east London. Book yourself in asap - Nola will be a destination of choice for loved-up couples this Valentine’s!
Looking for a recommended restaurant for Valentine’s Day in London? We can heartily endorse Levant, the exotic eatery serving delicious mezze alongside innovative cocktails to couples in the West End. Join them this February 14th and relax into a venue renowned for its mix of deep colours, cushioned seating and candlelight vibes.
Sanderson Hotel's Long Bar is an exceptionally unique venue in the heart of Soho. The 80-feet 'long bar' ensures plenty of space for you and your date, with the choice of lighting and music ensuring the atmosphere remains cosy and intimate. The Long Bar also sits adjacent to the Sanderson Courtyard - with its palm trees, mini waterfalls and tropical plants, it's more akin to a Mediterranean beach resort than a Soho bar.
There’s no time better to experience Ruby’s cute as a button ambience than Valentine’s Day. Look for the cinema sign on Stoke Newington Road and head inside to soak in those speakeasy vibes, with deliciously crafted cocktails and an irresistible ambience waiting for you. Ruby’s is unique to Dalston and is a romantic London bar that needs to be experienced!