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With Valentine’s Day 2015 is fast approaching, it’s a time to give wings to your love that was by then concealed in hearts only. Free yourself from all restrictions by kicking out all the obstacles because it’s a love time. If you’re looking for some romantic Valentine’s Day ideas to spend your love day with your congenial partner, this is the place you should stop over and explore some of the most wonderful “Things to Do in London for This V-Day 2015”.
London is all prepared for lovers and the city is having the perfect blend of cool, quirky, sweet and spectacular. So, let’s head on their and impress your date with some of the panoramic views, take a romantic stroll in the park, catch a west end show and just snuggle up in a pleasant restaurant or pubs
Check out some of the coolest Valentine Day Events to Participate
Valentine’s Flower Shop– Boxpark Wednesday February 11 2015 – Sunday February 15 2015
Find out the beautiful blooms from Boxpark brought up by Columbia creative for Valentine ’s Day. You can choose from a ready-made bouquet to custom combination or the unique pick of mix flower bottles. One can buy wooden carry case for just £20. The pop-up will host a wreath-making workshop from 11am to 12 pm on 15th Feb 2015.
London Eye– London Eye Friday February 13 2015 – Sunday February 15 2015
A Panoramic view of London skyline makes you feel a bit soppy. So, pick up the best Eye’s Valentine’s Day Champagne Experiences that infuses some romantic magic, especially when it is served with a glass of pommery brut royal champagne along with the box of chocolates form the Hotel Chocolat. Sign up for the 40-minute Champagne Cruise (£21.60).
Valentine’s Day Romantic Dinner Cruise– Elsdale Floating Classroom Saturday February 14 2015
Romantic dinner cruise in London is the platform where couples spend their beautiful evening by sipping champagne, have a three course dinner and dancing on the musical beats to a live band. This all happens in a floating boat. This is a three-hour trip sets off from and returns to Westminster Pier and booking is important. Other events include-
The Candlelight Club: 1920s Valentine’s Day Ball– Westminster Pier Saturday February 14 2015
Valentine’s Day Cooking for Two Course– A secret London Location, Saturday February 14 2015
Romantic NO-Booking Restaurants in London On V-Day
If you are unplanned on things then these restaurants will surely help you take your love to a memorable dinning that is too without taking the stress of pre-booking process since, they’ve enough space to reserve your immediate Valentine’s Day date. Please have a look on them.
1- 10 Greek Street
Enjoy lip-smacking season modern cooking in Soho with your partner at highly affordable prices along with great wine list to boot. It has been rated by 4 starts out of 5 by the users. It’s a small, unshowy restaurant that’s made a name for itself with a short but rightly bent menu and a laid-back hospitality.
Address- 10 Greek Street, London W1D 4DH
Opening Hours- Bar Open noon-11.30pm, tapas served noon-10.45pmMon-Sat. Tapas £3-£7.Lunch served noon-2.30pm, dinner served 5.30-10.45pm Mon-Sat
2- Albion at The Boundary Project
It would be hard for you to unlike such a place that is known to create its own Jammie dodgers and bourbon biscuits. You can buy them or can ask the waiters to serve it on your table during date. You can find a great range of cakes and biscuits over here. Its user star rating is 4 out of 5 that is not bad anymore.
Address- 2-4 Boundary Street, London, E2 7DD
Opening hours: Breakfast served 8am-noon Mon-Fri; 8am-12.30pm Sat, Sun. Meals served 8am-11pm daily
Address: 18 Charlotte Street, London W1T 2LY
Opening hours: Open noon-midnight Mon-Sat; noon-4pm Sun.
Transport: Goodge Street or Tottenham Court Road tube
Price: Meal for two with drinks and service: around £40.
4- Begging Bowl
Address: 168 Bellenden Road, London SE15 4BW
Opening hours: Lunch served noon-2.30pm Tue-Sat; noon-3.30pm Sun. Dinner served 6-10pm Mon-Sat
Transport: Peckham Rye rail
Price: Main courses £6.25-£14.75. Meal for two with drinks and service: around £60
Valentine’s Day Parties in London
This valentine day will be more interesting for you as this is the time when you can impress your loves with your magical moves or, who knows, maybe you can find the new one. So, let’s just find out some of the most wonderful party places.
Broken Hearts and Promises– Bloomsbury House Saturday February 14 2015
It’s a valentine themed party, designed especially for the couples and organized by the Meredith O’Shaughnessy, the brains behind the recent Nordic Yulefest pop-up. It’s a party filled up with love, romance and enjoyment with a lot of cocktail and music.
The Dark Side of Love: Valentine’s Masked Ball– The Coronet Friday February 13 2015 – Saturday February 14 2015
Anyone who is looking to get a soppy with their loved ones on this V-Day: It’s best advisable to avoid the party since it celebrates the friskiest elements of V-Day and the darker side of the love. So if you are someone looking for the twisted Feb 14 then visit to this masked party revel in the debauchery.
YesNo Disco– Platform Cafe, Bar and Terrace Friday February 13 2015 – Saturday February 14 2015
It’s a cunning club concept that asks the couples to answer some of the most topical questions by deciding their feet on the dance floor. There would be two Djs playing some unstoppable dancing numbers to gain the support for their view form clubbers who keep the ping-poing paddles of Yes or No to figure out the way they are swaying with each tune.
Some other party areas include-
- Down With Dating- The Phoenix Wednesday February 11 2015 – Thursday February 12 2015
- Singles Lock and Key Party Adventure- Libertine Club Friday February 13 2015
- Scared To Dance Anti-Valentine’s Special- Moustache Bar Saturday February 14 2015 – Sunday May 10 2015
- Dailee’s Jukebox Valentine’s Party– Book Club Saturday February 14 2015 – Sunday February 15 2015
Enjoy Your V-Day 2015 by visiting these classic places in London.
Have a great fun!