A Bubbly New Year’s Eve Guide for London

16th December 2015

A Bubbly New Year's Eve Guide for London

Dirty Bones Carnaby are inviting guests to join them in celebrating the last few hours of the year before 2016 rolls in. With tickets for early birdies as well as party-all-nighters, on arrival guests of the two ‘DIRTY NYE’ events will receive a signature Top Dog cocktail (Finlandia vodka, fresh strawberry, Chambord, lemon and Prosecco).


Chelsea favourite Bluebird will be hosting its second annual Masked Ball. The night will kick off at 7pm with Champagne and canape reception in the main bar, followed by a decadent 3-course meal and a delicious cheese station.


Plateau’s head chef, Daniel McGarey, has created an incredible 5-course set menu, priced at £65 (early sitting) and £100 per person (late sitting) which includes a glass of Champagne and an after dinner cocktail.


Located in Tower 42, City Social bar is the perfect place to watch London’s famous firework display on New Year’s Eve. If you fancy toasting in 2016 with something a little different, new Bar Manager Tim Laferla has just launched an innovative cocktail menu. Try Day of the Truffles, made with Tanqueray gin, blackcurrants, beetroot, lemon, truffle honey, Champagne, soda and ‘plant venom.’


Fish Market will be offering guests a three course New Year’s Eve menu for £45, specially created by Head Chef Barry Macmillan. Starting off with bubbles and oysters, dishes to choose from include Line caught wild sea bass, lobster & lemon grass broth, samphire and new potatoes or Shellfish platter.

fish market

At Café Royal this year, the festive season is being celebrated in style with a lavish New Year’s Eve party showcasing Café Royal’s bohemian and hedonistic history. The fabulous New Year’s Eve package includes a Champagne reception in the Oscar Wilde Bar followed by a five-course dinner in the Ten Room restaurant. Guests will then retire back to the Oscar Wilde Bar, where they will be bringing in the New Year with Champagne, music and dancing.

cafe royal

Butlers Wharf Chop House have created a decadent three-course menu priced at £100 per person, a three-course children’s menu for £40 and a very special way to count down to midnight. After dinner, guests will climb aboard The Erasmus which will head west for an unrivalled view of London’s legendary midnight firework display, with unlimited Champagne.

butlers wharf



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