Things To Do On Valentine's Day in London 2019
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, dine, or party with your other half when Valentine’s Day hits. Luckily for you, we’ve selected some of the most romantic spots and quirky events that’ll no doubt charm your partner off their loved-up feet. Here’s our list of recommended things to do Valentine’s Day in London, with a handy little selection of Anti-Valentine’s Day Parties going down in the capital for good measure.
Head to Tooting where this unique Bake-Off-themed activity is injecting a little sweetness into your Valentine's Day plans. Bring your top baking skills and impress your other half with some serious cake action.
Fulham's favourite Thameside hangout is keeping its ski chalet makeover for another season so you can spend Valentine's day on the 'slopes'. Dine inside one of their gorgeous cherry blossom igloos for the ultimate Valentine's Day treat.
Head to the Rivoli Ballroom for this cute Valentine's Day activity. With a screening of 90's classic Pretty Woman to enjoy alongside popcorn, hot dogs and comfy chairs, it's a great way to spend an evening whether you're on a date or just out with some pals.
Valentine's day just got a whole lot more seductive and sultry with the return of Gin-House Burlesque. Taking place at The King's Head Member's Club in Shoreditch, the evening is a night of dinner, dancing and naughty shenanigans as burlesque and cabaret performers stun and dazzle.
Get your teeth into something really good this Valentine's Day as The London Shuffle Club bring you a bottomless dinner to put all those cheesy dinner dates to shame. Enjoy a quick turn on the boards before sinking your teeth into pizza, s'mores, bottomless prosecco and house beers .
Step back in time to an era or smuggling and nefarious sheriffs as this quirky cocktail experience which brings the Wild West to life with creative characters and delicious drinks.
Head up to the 69th floor of The Shard where The Extraordinary Travelling Film Show is back for Valentine's week with a stunning viewing of Romeo and Juliet complete with a complimentary glass of fizz and box of popcorn.
Darcie and May Green is a great way to spend Valentine's Day together – and it's not just because of their Australian cuisine. These two adorable restaurants are actually barges on the Grand Union Canal, so you can have a romantic waterside, seasonal meal.
With permanent bars in Catford and Deptford, as well as pop ups all the shop, there's no excuse not to visit Little Nan's this Valentine's Day in London. This year they're offering some boozy afternoon teas and bottomless brunches for you to enjoy. So grab yourself a teapot of one of their stunning (and fiendishly strong) cocktails and show the one you love and fun time.
Looking for an impressive meal with a difference? Head north, where this Camden favourite is putting on a night dedicated to the legends of Motown. Grab a Tom Collins, tuck into a 3-course spread and boogie on down to the sweet sounds of Diana Ross and co.