Get on top of New Year’s Eve early this year. We’ve put together a list of some of our favourites. Contact us quickly before they get booked up!
Toca Madera - See in the New Year in style with a celebratory dinner in Madera at Treehouse London surrounded by the panoramic views of London. Feast on Madera’s classic sharing dishes including beef and chicken tostaditas and ceviche blanco before the beef, chicken or shrimp hot rocks followed by a dessert platter. Enjoy guest DJs and live performers to welcome 2020 in true style. Dinner reservations are available from £130.
Amazonico – Madrilleno restaurant and celeb-magnet Amazonico made a splash in Mayfair even before it opened. With its luxe rainforest ambience and a menu that straddles Europe, Asian and South America, it’s the flavour of the month. Get bookings in for NYE now, where there will be a house band and DJ to see you through 2019.
Aqua Shard – Ascend to the rarefied height of the 31st floor on 31st December, when Aqua Shard hosts its famous New Year’s Eve shindig in one of the city’s most famous skyscrapers. You can treat yourself to an elegant five-course dinner in the restaurant or, if you’d rather focus on liquid sustenance, opt for the celebration bar, where you’ll be plied with champagne, canapes and entertainment. Prices start at £75 per person.
12th Knot – Perched atop Sea Containers hotel on the South Bank, 12th Knot offers peerless views of the Mayor of London’s fireworks. This year they’ll be hosting a pink-themed event with a rosé champagne reception, an open bar throughout the evening, a DJ, and bacon sandwiches served at 2am to keep you moving. Prices start at £185 per person.
The Savoy – Renowned for hosting some of the best parties in the capital for over 130 years, The Savoy offers one of the best vantage points for watching the fireworks. Whether celebrating in the River Room, the Beaufort Bar, Kaspar’s, the Thames Foyer or the Savoy Grill, it will surely be an incredible night. Prices start at £350 per person.
Millbank – For exceptional views of the fireworks, head to the famous Millbank Tower in Pimlico, which offers views north and east across Westminster and Big Ben to the Southbank and City of London. The 28th floor will be Moulin Rouge themed with burlesque performances while the 29th will be ‘Decadence Defined’ with top-shelf free-flowing food and drink throughout. Tickets start at £195 per person.
Sketch – Deep dive the fairytale experience this New Year’s at Sketch, which is offering a whole raft of different packages. Whether you’re luxuriating in The Gallery, The Glade, The Parlour or the three Michelin-starred Lecture Room & Library, you’re sure to have a more-than-memorable evening. Prices start at £60 per person.
Quo Vadis – Private club Quo Vadis will be opening the doors of its second floor to the members and public alike with an evening of fun and frivolity. After gourmandising on an exceptional Jeremey Lee feast featuring such classic dishes as baked salsify, sirloin and meringue tumbles, guests can pull shapes to a DJ from 10pm onwards. Tickets are £75 per person.
Sushisamba – Bring New Year’s Eve to the next level – the 38th floor of the Heron Tower to be exact. Sushisamba has a sturdy reputation for throwing some of wildest parties in town and this year is no exception. The restaurant will be transformed into an Amazonian rainforest with an immersive design, Amazon-themed cocktails, colourful performers and proceeds donated to charity partner Cool Earth. Prices start at £75 per person.
Zuma - The internationally renowned modern Japanese restaurant and bar, will throw their first ever New Year’s Eve party as they celebrate the start of 2020 in their Knightsbridge home. Offering an exciting first for the highly acclaimed restaurant, Zuma’s Abu Dhabi resident DJ Lucas Moncorge will be flying in to play an eclectic live set from 10pm, whilst guests indulge in an unforgettable New Year’s Eve dinner.
Aqua Kyoto – Ring in the New Year from a celebrated Soho rooftop at Aqua Kyoto. There will be a DJ performing from 10pm until 4am and attendees can either opt for a bar ticket with entertainment or a dinner ticket with champagne upon arrival. Prices start from £75 per person.