New Year’s Eve 2019 will be the biggest party of the decade. Here’s Paloma Lacy’s run down of the best places to celebrate, South of the river.
Sparkle your way into 2020 with Exhibit B’s Glitterball Disco, with bubbles, beats and boogying until 3am.
It’s free entry at the Streatham venue and no tickets required. Enjoy something bubbly at £5 per glass or upgrade to a two-course meal and bottomless bubbles for £45. And for those who’d like to get started early, Exhibit B is open from noon for bottomless brunch. Booking is advised. The Exhibit, 5 Streatham High Rd, London, SW16 1EF.
Want the antithesis of an over-crowded, chilly and expensive West End? Park’s Edge Bar & Kitchen is open from 6pm, with a set menu and a la carte dining until 10pm.
Free-flowing Prosecco and Champagne packages available, – Espresso and Pornstar Martinis (almost on tap), to help you start your 2020 off with a bang. There’s also a DJ, playing the best rare groove, jazz and soul, making it a great option for celebrating locally. Book now to guarantee a table. Walk-ins on the night also welcome. www.parksedgebarandkitchen.com. Call 020 8671 0306.
Every Tuesday night is quiz night at the Waterfront in Wandsworth and New Year’s Eve is no exception. Quizmaster Lucy will have you thinking, laughing and even singing with some great quiz rounds. Lots of prizes like bar tabs, craft beer hampers, dinners & much more up for grabs. Make sure you get your thinking caps ready and grab a great team to be crowned pub quiz champions. https://www.thewaterfrontlondon.co.uk/
Newly refurbished Westow House in Crystal Palace has a seven-course taster menu, priced £50 per head and including an aperitif and digestif, available between 5pm and 10pm.
Fusing modern and traditional gastro pub seasonal flavours, the dinner will be hosted in the new intimate private dining area with full table service and suggested drinks pairings for every dish. www.westowhouse.com
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