Things To Do On Valentine's Day in London 2020
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.
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 .
Known for being one of the best date locations in London, this Clapham cabaret and jazz bar is offering a stunning Valentine's Day special this year. Head over for the chance to catch to fun show complete the gypsy jazz band, accompanied by a delicious dinner and welcome drink.
The couple that laughs together, stays together, so for your own good you should probably be getting down to Heaven this Valentine's Day where the Covent Garden Comedy Club will be taking over for a V-Day special featuring stand up from the likes of Steve Gribbin and Dana Alexander.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Celebrate the most romantic day of the year over a night of live jazz and dancing within a stylish art deco den. Inspired by the swing music of the 1920s and 30s, the vintage ensemble are moving their regular sell-out Ronnie Scott performance to the chic Parisian restaurant.
One of London's most notorious cocktail experiences, Alcotraz is the perfect way to jazz up that V-Day date with a trip behind bars. Head to Covent Garden or Shoreditch for the ultimate night out.
If there's one thing to get you into the loved-up mood, it's a few sweet treats. Popping up in Farringdon with all that and more, The Chocolate Cocktail Club is armed with a selection of lip-smacking drinks; from After Eight tipples to gingerbread sips.
What could be more romantic than treating your Valentine to an intimate candlelit dinner? The Boisdale have found the answer, an intimate dinner with the love God himself, the legendary Barry White.