Dine and Dance for Valentine's Day

The two of you are hot on the dance floor.  Or you want to take out your Valentine for an evening that includes more than chewing and smiling.  Or you just want to enjoy that big city vibe with your beloved and that means dinner, drinks and dancing.  toptable is here to point you in the right direction.

Meza Bar & Grill

Meza Bar and Grill is right in the middle of the urban madness of Soho, a glamorous, modern, grownup sort of restaurant that has very good food, notably fine service and an extensive wine menu.  So far, so excellent.  Start in the seductive bar area by sampling one of the ‘Meza Creates’ original cocktails (you can vote for it later on Facebook if you like) before moving into the Grill Restaurant where expert staff take care of you.  Then from 9pm the live music gets going and the dance floor becomes your kingdom.

Ruby Blue right off Leicester Square is the place to drink, dine and dance all under one roof, and it’s welcoming both

Ruby Blue

loved-up couples and looking-for-love singles on Valentine’s weekend.  The balcony with its low lighting and soft music is the place to start, obviously, or end up.  A pianist will be tinkling away on Saturday evening to add to the ambience.  The smartly modern restaurant offers modern European cuisine that’s like a hit parade of your favourite international dishes and you’ll probably want to linger a bit.  Then the club downstairs offers great dance action, either two-by-two or for singles who’d like to see who they can meet.  It’s a great place for a night out under any circumstances, but on Valentines Day Ruby Blue is even better.
The Roadhouse in Covent Garden has got bags of personality that really brings the energy level up when you need it, but can also be a chilled spot for some twosome


action.  The bartenders do that flairing thing with the bottles jumping about and streams of liquids flying through the air that we just adore.  The North American menu — oh look, there’s a special offer — hits the spot with just about everyone.  Then the music gets started with DJ Smudger then Elle Tiyo followed by Rockaoke with Shine, and the night takes wing.
We’ve told you about a place in Covent Garden and one in Soho, now here’s one that

Salvador & Amanda

balances right on the cusp of the two and it is really good fun.  Salvador & Amanda is a bar and tapas restaurant that specialises in proper Spanish tapas, great drinks as well as music that will get you up on your feet.  For Valentine’s Day you can expect a special menu of amor-producing flavour followed by some serious DJ action to make your dining-and-dancing evening complete.
In Mayfair, Embassy London is a fabulous, sophisticated restaurant, bar and club with a British and Mediterranean menu, classic and inventive cocktails, a very stylish international clientele and just a great ‘big night out’ ambience that will make your

Embassy London

Valentine’s Day as special as you’d planned. They’re planning a great Valentine’s offer for you: four courses for £42.50 with a bit of a reception to start and then dancing to round off the evening nicely.
If Valentines Day plans have you in a whirl, check out our special Valentine page or just give our dedicated team a ring and let toptable help you create the dining and dancing experience you really want.