If you’re lucky enough to have someone to share those very hot summer nights with, then good for you. Not only do you get someone to hold at night, but there are also some wonderful things to do in London with your lover this summer that are simply made for two. If you don’t have a lover, try them with a friend. Or your dog (if they’re a fan of oysters).
1. Colchester Oysters and Prosecco at Cartizze
Let’s start off strong with the renowned aphrodisiac. What better way to get in the mood for lurve than slurping away on something raw and fishy? Awwh shucks. Have we got you all hot and flustered? Perhaps it’s time to cool off with a chilled, crisp glass of Prosecco. But £25 for two glasses of fizz AND oysters is nothing to get heated about. Not until the end of the evening anyway. Reserve your place here.
4 Lancashire Court, London, W1S 1EY
2. The Book of Mormon at Prince of Wales Theatre
The best way to reach someone’s heart is through the funny bone. Although, if you take your boyfriend/girlfriend to see The Book of Mormon, you might just laugh your way past their heart. The hysterical and successful new(ish) musical is running at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre. You can check availability and buy tickets from £36 here.
Prince of Wales Theatre, 31 Coventry Street, W1D 6AS
3. Chateaubriand for 2 at La Brasserie
If you and your beau share a love of food, then why not share your food? And La Brasserie’s Chateaubriand is not just your regular sharing meal. It’s a board of deliciously tender, prime cut of steak served with lashings of béarnaise sauce on the side. Lap up the vibrant atmosphere of Chelsea’s favourite all day French restaurant, without wincing at the price – it’s only £24.90. You can book your place here.
272 Brompton Rd, SW3 2AW
4. Pop-Up Screening of Romeo and Juliet
On the 7th August, three things will come together to epitomise Summer romance. One: outdoor cinema. Two: Shakespeare’s undying tale of two star-crossed lovers. Three: young Leo DiCaprio. Guildhall Yard will host an outdoor pop up screening of Baz Lurhmann’s production of Romeo and Juliet. Tickets are only £12 and can be bought here.
The City, EC2V
5. Summer Canapés and Wine at Vivat Bacchus
The Vivat Bacchus Wine Club will take you on a culinary adventure with your lover, as you both tangle your tastebuds through a selection of canapés and crisp South African white wines – perfect for the summer. This particularly tasting event takes place on 1st August at Vivat Bacchus’ London Bridge branch. Tickets are £20 per person and can be booked in advance here.
4 Hays Lane, London Bridge, SE1 2HB
Featured image credit: Patrizia Ilaria Sechi