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Remember, remember the 5th of November
With Bonfire Night and autumn evenings drawing in, the 5th November brightens up even the darkest of nights with a show of colours for all to enjoy. Even though Bonfire Night falls on a Sunday this year, the celebrations have been kicking off across London all week, so there are plenty of opportunities to make the most of Guy Fawkes celebrations.
If you are yet to decide which display to watch, look no further! We've rounded up a few top restaurants across London which will allow you to enjoy the fireworks from the comfort of a cosy local restaurant or eatery. Dine and watch the fireworks as you sip on a glass of wine, or fill up with a warming autumnal supper before the show begins.
Firework Display: Friday 3rd & Saturday 4th November
Alexandra Palace is renowned for its outstanding firework display every year and 2017 is set to be another banger. Situated on a hill above North London, those who want to avoid the cold can enjoy Spanish tapas from the comfort of Pradera and observe the fireworks through the window from a candlelit table, with a glass of wine and a plate of delicious jamon.
Primrose Hill has been voted one of the UK's most idyllic places to watch the fireworks. Karavas offers the perfect way to sneak away from the crowds and treat yourself to their Greek and Mediterranean menu. Make sure to book a table before taking a short walk to enjoy the spectacular firework display.
Crystal Palace not only provides the public with tremendous fireworks but also with an innovative culinary experience! The Crystal Palace Market boasts an incredible array of natural flavours in their dishes, from grill-searing their fish and meat to sourcing the best local ingredients. Why not mix the two experiences and enjoy a delicious dinner ahead of the fireworks spectacular!