This Halloween, The Ivy Soho Brasserie will come alive (or unalive) for one-night-only with a thriller-themed evening of food, cocktails, entertainment and more. Complete with a spooktacular installation, flowing Zombie cocktails (featuring Brugal 1888, apricot brandy, lime juice, pineapple juice and Grenadine) and á la carte menu offerings, diners will be able to immerse themselves in the ultimate Halloween bash with DJs, live ghoulish acts and surprise performances.
Hosted on Wednesday, 31 October from 7pm until close, guests of “Thriller Night” will be treated to an energetic evening of devilish zombie dancers & thriller-inspired performances. From skeleton contortionists to jaw-dropping walk-about acts, the night is set to surprise and delight from beginning to end. As the music echoes across Broadwick Street, guests will be lured into the entrance by ghostly figures, before being shown to their tables to relish in an evening of cocktails and food.
Dishes will include everything from oak smoked salmon (smoked salmon, black pepper and lemon with dark rye bread), to The Ivy shepherd’s pie (slow-braised lamb shoulder with beef and Wookey Hole Cheddar potato mash) and grilled whole lobster (garlic and parsley butter with watercress and thick cut chips). Thrilling tunes will keep the party pumping and guests dancing long into the night with hair-raising hosts that will weave through the restaurant, ensuring guests are left feeling mesmerised like never before.
To attend, simply make a table reservation as no tickets are required. Fancy dress will be encouraged, with the restaurant’s General Manager offering a special prize of dinner for four up to the value of £400 on the night to the best dressed table of guests. In further celebration of All Hallows’ Eve, both the restaurant’s interior and exterior will be fully dressed in ghoulish attire, complete with cobwebs, skulls, spiders, roses, lighting and more.
For those looking to revel in Halloween fun for more than just one evening, The Ivy Soho Brasserie will be serving up a selection of fang-tastic treats, available for one week from Wednesday, 24 to Wednesday, 31 October. Those with a sweet tooth will be able to enjoy the restaurant’s special pumpkin-inspired Halloween dessert (priced at £9.95), featuring raspberry ripple, green vanilla ice cream, and warm raspberry sauce for the ultimate Halloween treat.
If that wasn’t enough, diners will also be able to enjoy the limited-edition Zombie cocktail all week to help raise spirits this Halloween. Priced at £8.75, this devilishly good cocktail will feature Brugal 1888, apricot brandy, lime juice, pineapple juice and Grenadine.
For further information or to book a table for “Thriller Night,” please visit www.theivysohobrasserie.com or call 0203 301 1166.