A jewel in the city of London. Every Friday they open the doors to this stunning Grade II listed Venue to the public for a cocktail bar experience, by appointment only. On Valentine’s Day they will be expanding the offering with an exquisite four course menu curated by Executive Head Chef Ronnie Murray. The menu is £45 per person excluding 12.5% service charge. Victorian Bath House will be running two sittings – 6:00pm – 8:00pm and 8:30pm – 10:30pm.
This Valentine’s Day Nobu Berkeley Street have prepared something extra special, starting with a Catskills Mountains cocktail – or perhaps two – and continuing with the exclusive Valentine’s omakase menu.
Dive into seven delicious courses, from Red Mullet with Hibiscus Clear Soup and Fennel Salad, to melt-in-the-mouth Japanese Wagyu Katsu, plus an iconic Nobu Sushi Selection. Feast on the set menu for just £120 per person, or dine on the à la carte menu and share a selection of your favourite Nobu dishes with someone special.
The infamous Bloomsbury Set rejected Victorian ideas of religion and explored new sources of spiritual meaning– through their art and writing, their kinship’s, and belief in an interconnected universe stemming in the heart of London. Try the Forbidden Fruit, promising to turn your idle desires into enduring love, while the Painted Veil curbs your anxiety and Flaming Venom banishes away your envy.
Have you ever shown someone how much you like them by choreographing an elaborate dance routine, or by moulting your entire head? This Valentine’s Day take inspiration from our Museum experts with a drink in hand.
Over the course of the evening you can enjoy, a complimentary ticket to the ever-popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Beginners salsa classes. Conception and Deception: The Strange World of Animal Sex – a talk by Helen Arney, Dr Natalie Cooper and Hana Ayoob (spaces are limited). LGBTQ+ natural history trail. Screen printing with exclusive Valentines designs. Ask the expert with Curator of Minerals and Gemstones, Robin Hansen. Science stations including Lovebugs, Love Birds and You’re my Lobster: the crustacean station.