Where To Take Your Husband In London

When you're married, you probably know your husband better than you know yourself, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some help for date night once in a while. Instead of going to the same old pubs and bars you’ve been visiting for the last however years of marriage, take a chance on everything the capital has to offer. From fabulous burlesque to whisky tastings, this is where to take your husband in London to really improve your next date night.

Last edited by Kiera Chapman

Last updated on 5th March 2024


Just because you're married doesn't mean you stop trying to impress each other, so show off some of that London knowledge by taking your husband to Opium. Hidden off the streets of Soho, you must find the nondescript green door before being greeted by an amazing Chinese paradise. The décor combines traditional Chinese aesthetics with modern, London twists, creating a slick yet fun drinking environment. They serve a range of delicious Dim Sum and great Asian cocktails, making it a true gem to take your husband to in London.

People's Park Tavern

Sometimes it's the simple things in life that make it great, and it's here that The People's Park Tavern is king. They serve a wide range of tasty beer, their food is hearty and delicious (the roast, in particular, is renowned), and they even have crazy golf to keep your other half entertained. But the crowning jewel is the beer garden, making it an ideal London pub for your husband during one of those lazy summer evenings.

Sherlock: The Official Live Game

If he's a fan of the program, there's no way you couldn't take your husband to Sherlock: The Official Live Game. Have a crack at solving mysteries under the guidance of the show's biggest stars, immerse yourself in cocktails at the Mind Palace or indulge in a themed afternoon tea here.

Gentleman's Afternoon Tea with a cigar and whiskey

@ Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel on Various dates from Thursday 13th June 2024

If you're looking to treat your husband, then this gentlemen's afternoon tea on Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel's exclusive rooftop is sure to hit the spot. Think the likes of aged Wagyu beef sliders and slow-cooked pork Hirata buns, accompanied by a signature whiskey pairing and Davidoff cigars.