Halloween Dining and Drinking in London

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Midnight Apothecary Halloween Special

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Midnight Apothecary Halloween Special
Midnight Apothecary Halloween Special
The Cursed Voyage of HMS Berners
Halloween Afternoon Tea at Roast
Halloween at The Savoy's Beaufort Bar
The Day of The Dead cocktails
Scary Fish: Day of the Dead
Candlelit Supper Club at Petersham Nurseries Cafe
The Stratford Coven


Unless you're a brain-guzzling zombie or sweet-guzzling trick or treater, Halloween most likely won't conjure up images of fine dining. But London Town has hunted down the most fangtastic food and drink events celebrating All Hallows this year.

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The Hansom Bar, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Especially for Halloween, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel has created The Devilishly Hansom cocktail.

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Euston Road, London, NW1 2AR

Tube: King's Cross Station


Especially for Halloween, the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel has created 'The Devilishly Hansom' cocktail, available from 28th October until 3rd November in the gothic surroundings of the stylish Hansom Bar. Set against a backdrop of magnificent over arching architecture, the fruit-infused concoction comes with a hair-raising, spicy kick. Named after the hotel's signature bar, the cocktail combines strawberry puree, chilli-infused Mezcal and Grenadine topped with zesty lime juice. It's perfectly garnished with miniature horns made from red chillies for that Devilish barside appeal.


Harvey Nichols, Fifth Floor Bar

Harvey Nichols' Fifth Floor Bar hosts a Dia de los Muertos Party on Saturday 2nd November 2019.

Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7RJ

Tube: Knightsbridge Station , Hyde Park Corner Station


The Harvey Nichols Fifth Floor Bar is a London institution, a place to have a cocktail in plush surroundings and show off your designer heels. On Saturday 2nd November, from 6pm to 9pm, they're throwing a Dia de los Muertos Party and offering two Day of The Dead cocktails for £15 - head on up there for music, tacos and tequila. In addition, the four cocktails on the Day of The Dead menu are available for two weeks - from Monday 21st October until Sunday 3rd November 2019. Made with tequila, The Blood of Mayahuel is mixed with lime juice, sugar syrup and soda, Strawberry and Orange Margarita with lemon and orange and El Diablo with ginger beer while Corpse Revivor combines gin and vermouth with Cointreau, lemon and a drop of Absinthe. It's enough to bring the dear departed back from the dead.


Halloween Afternoon Tea at Roast

Enjoy charcoal scones, spiced pumpkin cake and a decadent chocolate witch's hat.

Roast, The Floral Hall, Borough Market, London, SE1 1TL

Tube: London Bridge Station , Borough Station


Dates: 28th October - 03rd November 2019


Classic British restaurant Roast in Borough Market is adding charcoal to its scones as part of its spooky Halloween Afternoon Tea which comes with spiced pumpkin cake and a decadent chocolate witch's hat. Located in the heart of London's larder, where they're hosting Apple Day and Harvest Celebrations during October half term, this light and airy restaurant offers a welcome refuge to rest and refuel after a thrill-filled, family day out. The special tea includes classic savoury bites of smoked salmon and creme fraiche as well as roast beef, watercress and mustard finger sandwiches. Choose from 13 teas and infusions, from apple and cranberry to Japanese sencha and organic camomile flowers, to go with your Halloween-themed food. Or treat yourself and order Champagne or an English sparkling wine.


Halloween at The Savoy's Beaufort Bar

New cocktails and food to match take inspiration from the magical figures and Greek myths.

Beaufort Bar at The Savoy, The Savoy, Strand, London, WC2R 0EU

Tube: Holborn Station , Covent Garden Station, Tottenham Court Road Station


Dates: 16th October - 01st December 2019


If you want to add some class to your Halloween celebrations, gets your fangs into one of the most glamorous hotels in London, The Savoy. Just in time for Halloween, the hotel's Beaufort Bar launches a new 'Interpreted Magic' menu that delves into the fabled history and dark drama of magic. The three-part drinks menu, created by the bar team under the guidance of head bartender, Elon Soddu, is perfectly complemented by dishes from The Savoy's executive chef, Fabrice Lasnon. Oysters, caviar and ceviche feature in 'The Pledge', savoury pork belly, beef ribs and sliders make up 'The Turn' and sharing plates in 'The Prestidge' draw the evening to a close with lobster tempura, miso black cod tacos and truffle pizza. For a sophisticated Halloween night, let the Beaufort Bar take you on an explorative journey into the history of magic, within the Savoy's stunning art deco surroundings.


Midnight Apothecary Halloween Special

Apple bobbing, toasted marshmallows, blue fire and special cocktails.

Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, Southwark, London, SE16 4LF

Tube: Rotherhithe Overground Station , Canada Water Station


Dates: 26th October 2019


The Midnight Apothecary is repeating its Halloween spectacular this year on its rooftop garden. Situated above Brunel's Thames Tunnel, the garden will be lit up and decked out for All Hallows' Eve, complete with carved pumpkin lanterns and strange blue fire. Guests can enjoy apple bobbing and toasted marshmallows over the roaring fire pit, as well as the special Bitter Pumpkin, Mr Hyde Potion and Peary Scary Brandy Punch cocktails.There will also be tasty hot morsels down on the terrace. Due to previous years being so popular, it is now a ticketed event with tickets priced at £5, which includes optional guided descents into Brunel's underground chamber and toasted marshmallows.


What's The Tea x Globe Girls Halloween Edition at W London

Spooky afternoon tea with a sideshow of the horribly glam Globe Girls.

The Perception, W Leicester Square, 10 Wardour Street, London, W1D 6QF

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station , Leicester Square Station


Dates: 27th October 2019


This Halloween, the W hotel is putting the spook into your cup of Darjeeling with a special Halloween edition of its 'What's The Tea' series accompanied by a live drag show. While you devour a limited-edition spooky afternoon tea, the Globe Girls, who first came to fame on BBC One's hit show, The Greatest Dancer, put on a showstopping performance inspired by the world of drag (with RuPaul's Drag Race on the BBC, drag is in the spotlight at the moment). Tea and sass are served in The Perception, a funky first floor bar with halos of lights overhead, on the Sunday before Halloween. The playful and fabulously-fun afternoon tea with an outrageous show is one of two ghoulish Halloween events at the W. If you're looking for a late night Halloween celebration, delve into the Forbidden Forest party, held in partnership with Veuve Clicquot on Friday 1st November and Saturday 2nd November.


Candlelit Supper Club at Petersham Nurseries Cafe

A very special supper club set within London's most romantic garden centre.

Petersham Nurseries Cafe and Teahouse, Church Lane, Petersham, London, TW10 7AG

Tube: Richmond Station


Dates: 31st October 2019


For an alternative way to celebrate Halloween this Thursday, make your way to the magical candlelit setting of Petersham Nurseries Cafe as night falls. Located in Richmond, at the end of a gravel track and housed within London's most romantic garden centre, you'll find the rustic cafe. They're keeping the mood lighting low for a very special supper club at their glasshouse restaurant. The unique and intimate experience brings a bespoke set menu inspired by in-season ingredients and what's growing in their kitchen garden. The three course set menu, details of which are not disclosed until the day, is priced at £80 (£125 with wine pairings) and includes a seasonal Bellini and appetisers on arrival.


The Stratford Coven

Dream interpretation, spook-tacular cocktails and DJs playing through until 2am.

The Stratford, 20-22 International Way, Olympic Park, London, E20 1GQ

Tube: Stratford Station


Dates: 31st October 2019


With spooky season upon us, The Stratford hotel invites those brave enough to raise some hell, fire up the festivities and get their favourite guys and ghouls out for an evening of crystals, cocktails, fortune telling, aura reading and dancing. The brand new east London hotel has laid on dream interpretation with Tree Carr, Yin yoga, crystal grids and essential oils with She's Lost Control, Death Doulas and more. Be on the lookout for spook-tacular cocktails created by the mixologists at The Mezzanine Bar, including the Super Natural - pepper vodka with apple wine and wild fennel - and the Werewolf (vodka with suitably seasonal pumpkin seeds, maple and cinnamon syrup), as well as prizes on the night for best blood-curdling dressed. DJs playing through until 2am are Sweet Lemonade with their global soulful sounds, 7OEL and The London Disco Society, taking you beyond the witching hour exploring everything from the classics to acid-disco.


The Cursed Voyage of HMS Berners

Take a fantastical expedition to the bottom of the sea.

Berners Tavern, 10 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NP

Tube: Tottenham Court Road Station , Goodge Street Station, Oxford Circus Station


Dates: 31st October 2019


The dress code for The London EDITION's Halloween party this year is Deep Sea Shipwreck Disco as the Soho hotel invites you to come aboard the final voyage of HMS Berners to take a fantastical expedition to the bottom of the sea. Hosted in partnership with Project 0 as well as special guests Georgia May Jagger, Kim Jones, Jess Clarke and Rufus Taylor, you'll be rubbing shoulders with celebs as you're treated to a sumptuous three course meal at Jason Atherton's Berners Tavern. Magical sea creatures tell tales of the tragic trip while Nick Grimshaw, Jaime Winstone and Hugo Heathcote provide the music and entertainment. Two themed Grey Goose cocktails continue the 'lost at sea' theme - the Aegean Spritzwreck, and the Lost Espresso Martini - and there's a chance to win 'treats' donated by Dior, Ralph Lauren and Petersham Nurseries at the Mermaid's Trick or Treat Tombola. A third of all ticket sales will be donated to Project 0, a global movement that's fighting for the protection of our oceans.


Scary Fish: Day of the Dead

Spooky but sophisticated immersive, interactive dining theatre with creepy cocktails.

Sexy Fish, Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London, W1J 6BR

Tube: Green Park Station


Dates: 01st November 2019


Renowned for putting on a superb Halloween bash, Sexy Fish has gone all out this year with a glamorous Day of the Dead party. Think immersive, interactive dining theatre with everyone, from bartenders to waiting staff, in make-up. Singers, acrobats and performers dressed in stunning costumes navigate the restaurant space as scary versions of Sexy Fish characters inspired by the restaurant's artwork. Open to all, the event is not ticketed but bookable via the usual channels and all guests are invited to come in costume. Anyone who books a table can use beauty app RuubyApp to help get spookily made up at home. Choose from four Sexy Fish looks including a scary mermaid or Aztec marigold. The beauty pros will also be on hand to touch up make up throughout the night. The room, with its onyx marble floors and dark oak-clad walls, is given a Halloween makeover while a resident DJ keeps guests dancing long into the night. The food menu offers a feast of seasonal treats while creepy cocktails, devised by The House of Suntory, include an EX-Presso Martini and a Late Night Blood made with gin, pineapple, lime and raspberry.


Oblix at The Shard: Day of the Dead

Terrifying tequila cocktails and deadly dance music 32 floors up at The Shard.

Oblix, 32nd Floor, The Shard, 96 Tooley Street, London, SE1 9RL

Tube: London Bridge Station


Dates: 01st November 2019


With show stopping views across London - you can see the Gherkin, the Walkie Talkie and Tower Bridge from here - Oblix on the 32nd floor of The Shard presents a thrilling late-night Halloween party on Friday 1st November. Putting on a Day of the Dead Mexican themed party, entertainers and performers deliver spellbinding acts while you get your face painted as a ghastly ghoul or wicked witch. Well known for their parties, Oblix promises to wake the dead with terrifying house and funk music with DJ Tony until 3am. You can choose from five different cocktails - one comes free with your £25 entry ticket - each made with premium tequila brand Casamigos who Oblix has partnered with for the night. Don your scariest fancy dress and document the best dressed on the photo wall at this sky high party where you can drink and dance the night away to a backdrop of breath-taking views.

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