Well Christmas is behind us, no more gifts under the tree, no more festive specials on BBC and it is time to celebrate the rise of 2015.
We adore New Years at Late Night London, there is something magical about the start of a new year, new challenges, new cocktails, new food menus – what is not to get excited about?
If you haven’t finalised your NYE plans and aren’t quite sure how to celebrate the arrival of 2015 look no further, we have a ton of fabulous parties happening across the city so sit back and relax and let us plan the last party of 2014 for your…
Dine In Style
What better way to see in the New Year than with a fabulous supper among friends or just for you and a special someone? We have brilliant dining offers across our locations to bring you all the sparkle and sauce you could need for a magical evening. Take a peek at Forge’s NYE menu and see if that doesn’t fill you with excitement about 2015!!
All We Want To Do Is Dance
If seeing in the New Year on your feet is the only solution for you then why not dance the night away at Sway Bar or Loop? With incredible guestlist options, early entry and drinks on arrival you can boogey wonderland and still have time to kiss at Midnight.
Perhaps you are feeling a little luxurious as you end 2014 and want to start 2015 as you mean to go on, like a VIP? If you only want the finer things in the New Year why not start on the 31st and opt for an evening of special treatment that is certain to secure you the best night in town. Have a look at what Kanaloa have on the menu for their special guests and see if you can resist…
Mix It Up
If you are looking to defy all the odds this New Years and have a fabulous time with something to talk about come Monday the 5th why not take a quick squizz at some of the other things that we have going on, like Mario from TOWIE dropping in to Babble for a bit of a dance or DJ Neev spinning at Gem. If you have madly missed Rickie and Melvin over the Christmas break get on the guestlist for Loop, rumour has it they will be taking requests. Or, if you just feel like slapping a mask on and pretending to be someone else why not enjoy the Masquerade at The Warwick?