Top Private Dining Rooms for Celebrating Halloween in London
We've put together the Private Dining London top picks for private dining this Halloween in London. So get your friends together and celebrate with a twist in one of these private dining rooms. Grab your scariest costume, light the pumpkins and get drinking some ghoulish tipples.
Skylon, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX
Bottomless and Brains
Popular Southbank restaurant Skylon is celebrating witches and gore this Halloween. The bar team have created a bottomless Hocus Pocus punch with plenty of Chambord to sip whilst overlooking the views of the River Thames. To soak up the bottomless drinks, Kim Woodward’s kitchen team will serve up a spooky and unusual bar menu featuring a crunchy web of seaweed with squid ink aioli, spiced pumpkin tarts, bloody Mary eyeballs and devilled eggs with pig’s brains.
Hire their semi-private dining area for 60 guests to enjoy the best of Skylon’s haunting celebrations. Plus, there will also be prizes in their trick or treat too!
The Dead Dolls House, 181 Upper St, London N1 1RQ
Halloween Dinner Party 2017
Take on Islington’s biggest House Party this October and celebrate Halloween at Dead Dolls House on Upper Street. Their team are going full out with decorations and the menu will make your skin crawl (in a good way right?!) and your stomach thrilled with Pumpkins galore and Devilled Eggs on the menu or treat yourself to a bloodied Grenadine Gin cocktail. They’ve got a number of different sized private dining rooms perfect for your Halloween Dinner party, including The Drawing Room which seats up to 30 guests and their largest private dining room, The Ballroom on the top floor of the house, for up to 50 guests seated for private dining.
Balthazar, 4-6 Russell St, London WC2B 5HZ
Balthazar goes full out for Halloween this year! If you’re eager to find a private dining room in Covent Garden for friends and family, their private room will give you a truly spooktacular experience. Decorations will be adorning the walls, staff will be getting in the “spirit” with costumes and the cocktail menu will see a whole host of ghouly specials. Their private dining room is fairly large, accommodating up to 60 guests seated and they still have availability for lunch on Saturday 28th October but with Halloween falling on a Tuesday Balthoween will be in full swing from the Saturday until Tuesday 31st October 2017 with four days of fun for adults and children.
St Martins Lane Hotel, 45 St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4HX
Night of the Bat
Enter through the Golden Handshake in Covent Garden to find Blind Spot Bar that will transform into the spookiest of private dining rooms this Halloween week (24th – 31st October 2017). With a capacity of 120 guests, Blind Spot can take on larger events and be the perfect venue for party-goers looking for a trick-or-treat. Treat yourself with a Bacardi Halloween-Themed Cocktail from the bar and dance the night away to the DJ or live bands that are featuring throughout the week.
The team at St Martin’s Lane will also have a variety of tricks up their sleeves should you dare to host your event with them but we will keep them a surprise for now…
London House, 9 Battersea Square, London SW11 3RA
The Darker Side of London House
Gordon Ramsay Restaurants bring a real scare to Battersea this Autumn with a variety of spooky plans. Supernatural experiences will give you a Halloween Dinner Party to remember with a cocktail menu that has been transported to the dark side of the spirit world. Take on the Garden Table at London House this Halloween for a unique Autumnal private dining experience for up to 8 guests.
Guests can sip on Bacardi spirits that are mixed into ghoulish flavour combinations, including the Voodoo Curse of ginger ale, carta negra and rosemary or perhaps try The Swamp Thing cocktail of Jim Bean with Chambord and smoky Fever Tree orange ginger ale. These cocktails sound “dead” good, count us in!
Bluebird Chelsea, 350 King's Road, London, SW3 5UU
Trick or Treat Afternoon Tea
This Halloween, Bluebird goes dark and takes a twist on their afternoon tea. Enjoy the work of the devil with black iced ghoul cupcakes, brownie coffins, blood orange tarts and pumpkin sausage rolls. They’ll be doing fun pumpkin carving classes in the café plus the bar team are mixing up a scare with a scary signature called “Pumpkin Spice and All Things Nice” made of Chariman’s spiced rum, fresh lime, rhubarb liquer, orange bitters, and vanilla syrup shaken up with pumpkin puree. We suggest groups can enjoy their afternoon tea in the setting of the Mezzanine Room which allows diners to take in the atmosphere of the main restaurant it overlooks and can take up to 32 guests for Halloween private dining in Chelsea.
The courtyard has already started to celebrate the best of Autumn with it’s tangled wilderness. Created by Hannah Martin Flowers, diners and drinks are surrounded by colours of warm walnut, ambers and burnt read with Autumn trees, sparkling lights, hanging apples, haystacks and baskets of seasonal shrubbery. Cosy up from the cold and the ghouls with their thick blankets, warm logs and hot wine.