Valentines supper clubs – for couples & singletons alike

Valentines doesn’t just have to be for loved up couples. Whether you are looking for a romantic night as a couple, a singleton looking for fun night, or friends night out, check out our list of the very best supper clubs to help you celebrate the love of food,  wine and entertainment.

One for the quirky couples

Christabel’s Supper Club – Taking place in her flat in Hoxton, overlooking the Regent’s Canal, Christabel’s inspiration comes from her travels and I love travelling, and finding unusual flavours and ingredients, as well as interesting collaborations.
Frequency – Once a month
Cost – Typically £30

One for a get together with friends – Mates before dates!

The London Supper Club – A long-running club, held in Balham at the home of the organisers. There is a set three course menu, and up to 18 guests attend. Food is provided; guests bring their own drinks
Frequency – Every fortnight.
Cost – A suggested contribution of £22

Perfect for singletons

Supper In A Pear Tree pops up once a month in the rustic surroundings of the art school, London Fine Art Studio’s in Battersea. The evening starts at 7pm with a glass of wine and a drawing session around a nude model run by artist, Charlotte.  Beginners more than welcome! And then a three course scrumptious supper will be served.

The night will cost you £40 and for that we can promise you’ll leave with a masterpiece, a full belly and probably a new friend. BYOB.

Perfect for dinner surprises and ambitious first dates

Disappearing Dining Club are hosting two events one Little Quiet / Barbican / £65. For cosy one-on-one time, when everything has to be just so, Little Quiet is the perfect Valentine’s night destination.  Secluded and intimate, Little Quiet is a romancers dream.

Another at  Studio DDC / Hoxton / £55. If a night of best-behaviour-staring-into-each-other’s-eyes isn’t for you, then come and join in our long-table dinner at Studio DDC, our private-dining-room-cum-photo-studio in Hoxton.


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