03 Feb 2020
The Piano Works are celebrating Valentine’s Day by not only creating a romantic menu for love birds, but also by hosting a late-night party on the 14th February, whereby guests can have a song dedicated to someone who catches their eye, performed by their in-house six-piece band.
Guests will be given a numbered sticker, which they are encouraged to wear loud and proud, in order for secret admirers to make that first move by dedicating a song to them. When the request is called out it’s time to ‘find that number’ and who knows, find love at the same time! And for those who are slightly more nervous about making that first move, why not dedicate a song in return?
For increased match-making chances, the “What’s your number?” Valentine’s Party will have a Cupid matchmaker on hand to help find that perfect song and shoot the arrow of love.
Tristan Moffat, Operations Director says, “This Valentine’s Day we wanted to make sure, we’re providing an outstanding date night experience with our bespoke Valentine’s dinner, as well as a late-night party for everyone. We want to give guests a fun new way to get to meet like-minded people in real life, and bond over amazing music.”
Join us on Friday, February 14th and get drunk in love at The Piano Works’ “What’s Your Number” Valentine’s party. Indulge in a three-course dinner including a glass of Moët & Chandon and a selection of dishes such as tuna tartar with guacamole and wasabi mousse, a sharing sea food platter, or côte de boeuf. Vegans and vegetarians are equally catered for, with delights such as vegan walnut pâté and shepherd’s pie. End on a high note with a pear and liquorice strudel or warm chocolate brownie with salted caramel.
The Piano Works, Farringdon
113-117 Farringdon Rd, London EC1R 3BX
The Piano Works, West End
47 Whitcomb Street (Off Wardour Street) London WC2H 7DH