If you’re planning a special occasion, a dining experience with live music may not be something you have considered in the past. But with lots of restaurants and café’s now offering fantastic food as well as live music maybe it’s time to try something different.
We’ve found 5 vibrant places that offer different kinds of food as well as different types of music for you to consider.
The Ned – https://www.thened.com/
The Ned is located in the former Midland Bank building in the City and has been designed and created with the building’s former heritage in mind. The Grade I listed building is full of original features from double height wrought iron windows, golden monograms, and a tapestry that wraps around the walls of one of the biggest event rooms and took over 18 months to make in 1932. As well as a hotel, the building is home to eight restaurants serving a range of culinary delights including Italian, British, Asian-Pacific and French. Live music is played daily with special evening events such as Sunday Swing and New Music Monday.
Sketch – https://sketch.london/
This wonderfully flamboyant restaurant hosts daily string quartets that play classical pieces with an occasional pop interlude as you work your way through their delicious afternoon tea. However, it’s not just afternoon tea that you can enjoy, choose from 5 different restaurants all offering something different and if you’re looking for late evening entertainment, why not enjoy cocktails and music from a variety of DJ’s.
Boisdale – https://www.boisdale.co.uk/
Boisdale has 4 restaurants located across London in Mayfair, Belgravia, Canary Wharf and Bishopsgate. All of the locations are lively Scottish themed restaurants offering wonderful British based menu’s, whisky bars and cigar terrace’s at Canary Wharf, Belgravia and Mayfair. Live music ranges from jazz and Blues, to 70s and 80s Soul & Disco. Pick your venue, pick your music genre and enjoy a wonderful dining experience accompanied by some of the best live entertainment in London.
Brasserie Zedel – https://www.brasseriezedel.com/
If you fancy stepping back to a different era, Brasserie Zedel offers you a wonderful French experience set in the 1930s, but here in the heart of Piccadilly. From the street you enter into a Parisian café where you can enjoy breakfast, light lunches and evening meals. From there head downstairs to the Brasserie Zedel and Bar American where not only will you enjoy traditional French food but live music, cabaret, comedy and musical theatre evenings.
Quecum Bar – https://www.quecumbar.co.uk/
If you’re looking for something cool, chic and inviting, head over to Battersea and check out Quecum Bar. Its ambience is a mixture of someone’s living room with a dash of Belle Epoque Parisian charm. It’s full of plants, pictures, candles and twinkling lights and the order of the day is charming old-school romance. If you’ve had a row with your loved one and want the perfect setting to make up, this is the place for you. Live music is a mixture of jazz and gypsy swing and is played every evening other than on Wednesdays. You’ll find a wonderful range of traditional French dishes on the menu.