Discover our top tips for where to enjoy a spot of romance and a touch of alcohol free sparkle this Valentine’s Day. From the ideal date at Pollen Street Social, to a countryside escape at Coworth Park or hanging out with friends at Sushi Samba, let the good times roll with Wild Idol and the dreamiest destinations for celebrating without alcohol.
For the romantic date - Pollen Street Social
Looking for the full Valentine’s experience? Jason Atherton’s Michelin starred Pollen Street Social offers fine cuisine and an intimate ambience. Named in The Good Food Guide’s best UK restaurants, this Central London location is informal and relaxed, but with all the finery and flair you would expect from a high calibre eatery. Dine from their exclusive 8-course Valentine’s Day menu, featuring a selection of the world’s finest ingredients, and top it off with a bottle of Wild Idol alcohol free sparkling wine. Pure romance.
For the countryside break - Coworth Park
Valentine’s is the perfect excuse for a country retreat, and for those who would rather escape the city, there are few better options than the Dorchester Collection’s luxury country house hotel and spa, Coworth Park. Set in beautiful Berkshire countryside, this hotel offers gorgeous rooms, premium relaxation and fine dining. Enjoy their special Valentine’s Day menu paired with Wild Idol’s non alcoholic sparkling wine and an evening filled with rose petals a plenty.
Celebrating with friends - Sushi Samba
If your ideal Valentine’s Day is more party-oriented, head to Sushi Samba and raise a glass of sparkling non alcoholic wine with friends. A fusion of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian dining, and a heady mix of heights, lights, music and good-time vibes have made Sushi Samba an occasion destination for over a decade. Enjoy a specially curated Valentine’s Day menu or their signature a-la-carte with a bottle of award-winning Wild Idol rose and spectacular views of London. High-rise, headache-free hedonism with a side of sushi? Yes please.
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