How to party like a royal
Sep 10, 2018
There’s no ‘royal-er’ way to feast, than by dining at Quaglino’s – it’s a favourite of the Queen, who made history when dining here in 1956 as it was the first time a public restaurant had ever hosted a reigning monarch.
It’s no surprise that the fancy Covent Garden restaurant The Ivy gets the royal seal of approval – the Queen was spotted here earlier this year celebrating a pal’s birthday. Other royal customers include her majesty’s cousin, Prince Michael of Kent and his wife Marie Christine, the Princess Michael of Kent.
A magnet for the rich and famous, this fancy upmarket restaurant Chiltern Firehouse is a known favourite of Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie. Insiders are also betting on this being a venue for Harry’s stag do.
Nam Long Le Shaker
This West London bar is a popular celebrity haunt and apparently it is where Wills & Kate used to knock back Flaming Ferrari cocktails during their last few party days before the children arrived.
Dans Le Noir
You can see why Dans Le Noir – renowned for serving meals in complete darkness – is rumoured to have been another favourite of one of the world’s most famous couples; Wills & Kate. Book a table and listen out for any well-spoken neighbours.
This iconic tiki-style bar Mahiki was a must-visit venue on Harry’s social calendar) in his younger days. With hundred pound cocktails served in treasure boxes, what else would you expect from a royal party den?
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Another favourite of the younger prince is this Berlusconi themed Battersea bar, Bunga Bunga is famous for its bottomless boozy brunches, it’ll be a great place to toast the happy couple over a couple of Prosecco-soaked pizzas – probably slightly different to how they’ll be celebrating their marriage, but it’ll do.
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