Best Place To Go For New Year’s Eve 2023
As 2024 rises on the horizon, Amazonico, the Latin American restaurant in Berkeley Square is transforming into a tropical disco wonderland for their legendary New Year’s Eve Party. Adorning their iconic décor with shimmering disco balls, sparkling installations and luminous neon lights, Amazonico will offer theultimate backdrop for a celebration like no other. The dress code is ‘Tropical Disco Glamour’ – so guests need to dust off those flares and sequins to get ready to groove the night away to renowned DJ’s including Natasha Diggs.
After dining at Langan’s Brasserie on their set menu amongst live music, venture Upstairs for Après where the club will be transformed into a winter wonderland inspired by the slopes of Gstaad. Ring in the new year with double DJ sets and special performances. This ticketed event will take place Upstairs at Langan’s, the exclusive club above the Brasserie adorned in red and yellow velvets, the perfect intimate space to party into the new hours of 2024.
Tickets are £45 for members, £60 for non-members
Geode, where the glamour of Knightsbridge meets culinary excellence, welcomes you to enter the new year with a Las Vegas-style 1960s burlesque show and set menu. This first-ever New Year’s Eve celebration will offer a night to remember with captivating dance routines by renowned circus artists and sideshow performers J’adore La Vie, Missy Macabre and Missa – a renowned burlesque artist and sword swallower.
Set menu starts at £150 for three courses or £175 for four courses.
Indulge in the mystical allure of Mayan traditions as you savour the delectable offerings from INCA’s enticing New Year’s Eve menu. The Mayan Midnight Set Menu, priced at £200 per person, promises a harmonious blend of flavours featuring exquisite dishes such as Inca guacamole, spicy tuna maki roll, grilled octopus, and cote de boeuf. For an elevated experience, opt for the £500 per person Set Menu, which includes decadent additions like halved lobster, stick-braised wagyu taco, and an extraordinary Tulum Sphere dessert platter.
Park Chinois, Mayfair’s most luxurious Asian restaurant, invites guests to usher in 2024 in style, with Shanghai Royale themed events alongside exquisite Cantonese cuisine, festivities and glamour. The renowned Salon De Chine and Club Chinois will offer an opulent immersive experience at lunch, early dinner or late night, transporting guests to 1930s Shanghai. Home to the ultimate New Year’s Eve celebration, champagne corks will pop and beats will drop until the break of dawn, allowing revelers to bring in 2024 in style.
As we bid farewell to 2023, The Perception Bar at W London is hosting an unforgettable night of dazzling elegance and unrestrained indulgence. The stage is set for an evening filled with excitement, where every moment is a scene-stealer. Step into the iconic venue that seamlessly blends Hollywood glamour with contemporary flair, promising a night to remember. Lights, camera, action! Link to tickets here.
Celebrate this New Year’s Eve at Bluebird Chelsea with their elevated New Year’s Eve menu, starting at £150 per person. The celebration begins with a sophisticated Amuse Bouche featuring Ibérico Ham & Manchego Cheese Croquette, accompanied by a luscious roasted garlic aioi. For mains, savor the Roast Pumpkin & Vegan Feta Pithivier or the Butter Poached Halibut with shredded Brussel sprouts, Oscietra caviar, and chives. Conclude the evening with decadent desserts such as the Winter Berry Cheesecake or Black Forest Mousse.
Sparkling Night at Isabel Mayfair
Isabel, Mayfair’s chicest hideaway are excited to unveil their latest Christmas cocktail, Sparkling Night in collaboration with Katherine Jenkins OBE’s Cygnet Gin. Offering a magical taste bud experience available throughout December, this new winter treat has infused Cygnet 22 with seasonal citrus mixers, Cacao liquor orange peels, vanilla Champagne cordial and sparkling wine. Enjoy this cocktail exclusively at Isabel to elevate your seasonal celebrations.
Dragon Toddy at The Portrait
After exploring the Christmas markets of Trafalgar Square and immersing yourself with the latest art exhibitions, warm up with The Portrait’s Dragon Toddy at the National Portrait Gallery, the newly opened restaurant from Richard Corrigan. Combining ginger and lemon peel infused Cygnet gin with Cointreau, Olmeca Tequila, Agave syrup and Dragon well tea, this concoction offers a sanctuary from December’s frosty winds.
The Christmas Hi-Ball at Chucs
Indulge in the taste of la Dolce Vita at Chucs – the iconic London-based restaurant and café collection, in which the Mayfair and Belgravia sites are offering The Christmas Hi-Ball cocktail. Combining Johnnie Walker Blue with Mozart Chocolate Liqueur and Fever-Tree Blood orange soda, this makes for the perfect pairing with a Christmas pudding.