The Best Valentine’s Day Pop Up Restaurants

IMG_3586enbAValentine’s Day is nearly upon us, and it’s the time of the year when pop ups get more creative and offer some unique romantic settings to cozy up next to your partner.

 

Here are a selection of some of the best pop ups that are happening this Valentine’s Day.

 

Madame Tussauds, London

This “loved up” event costs a whopping £69 per head but you’ll be surrounded by you favourite celeb doppelgängers, receive a rose petal Martini on arrival and have a fine three course meal under the venue’s ornate chandeliers.

 

With a choice of dishes like lobster cream soup, Salt Marsh lamb, and a raspberry mousse chocolate heart, you won’t regret the hefty price tag.

 

Valentines For Everyone, Bermondsey, London

An interesting concept, chef Tom Hunt has teamed up with FareShare to create a Valentine’s meal out of food that would have otherwise been thrown into a landfill because too much was ordered, or its in the wrong packaging.

 

It costs £40 but don’t expect an intimate dinner for 2 – everyone will be seated in a banquet manner so you’ll get to know who you’re sitting next to.

 

Tobacco Factory, Bristol

This iconic venue will be given a makeover for the night and you’ll be seated in the Green Room where you’ll dine on a choice of lentil tagine, salmon, or guinea fowl. What’s more, it only costs £16.50 per person!

 

The Candlelight Club, London

Hidden away in a secret London venue, this jazz club, 1930s-style establishment is reminiscent of the speakeasies of the USA. They’ll be celebrating the St Valentine’s Day Massacre where a 1920s swing band will be playing and cocktails will be flowing.

 

An a la carte menu will also be served. Fancy dress is optional, but you may look out of place if you don’t!

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