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Live-Music Restaurants in London

 Enjoy restaurants with music in London

Lots of us enjoy attending live concerts and even more of us love eating out. Enjoying both on a night out is a great idea but why not combine eating in some of the best restaurants while enjoying music? London eateries have cottoned on to the idea and there are now more restaurants with music in London than ever before. It is a treat for the senses as you taste some wonderful food while listening to great live entertainment. You will also find that the acts on offer are just as varied as the food being served.

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Village

Village

Soho
Live-Music££££
5.0/62
Village
Core

Core

Bank
Live-Music££££
4.7/63
Core
Bar Soho

Bar Soho

Soho
Live-Music££££
3.0/62
Bar Soho
Piccadilly Institute

Piccadilly Institute

Piccadilly
Live-Music££££
Piccadilly Institute
Zoo Bar

Zoo Bar

Leicester Square
Live-Music££££
6.0/61
Zoo Bar

George's Chicken Shack

Town Centre
Live-Music££££
George's Chicken Shack
Privee

Privee

Knightsbridge
Live-Music££££
4.6/6224
Privee
The Shadow Lounge

The Shadow Lounge

Soho
Live-Music££££
4.0/61
The Shadow Lounge

Core Bar

St Paul's
Live-Music
Core Bar
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    Enjoy your favourite music at restaurants in London

    For a sophisticated and relaxing night out, why not dine in an exclusive piano bar? The soft tones are a great accompaniment to your food and help to complete a memorable evening. If you would like something a little more upbeat, choose one of London's restaurants with cabaret music. You can listen to some foot stomping numbers while dining on tasty food. If classical is more your thing, there are lots of restaurants in London featuring classical music played by string quartets or other small orchestral groups.
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    Restaurants in London with contemporary music

    Cabaret, classical and piano acts will appeal to many but there are also London music restaurants with more contemporary acts. These could appeal to younger diners, looking for a night out with a bit of a difference. It's also a great way for local musicians who may be just starting out to get in front of an audience and hone their skills. With a dearth of live venues, this trend is bringing new acts to a whole new audience in a new type of venue.
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    Restaurants in London with music are perfect for date nights

    If you are looking to inject a bit of romance into your relationship, then booking an evening at one of London's music restaurants is a great idea. Look out for acts offering soft, melodic tunes, which will help you to create a romantic atmosphere with your partner. This is also an excellent choice as a first date venue. You can enjoy a romantic meal, but with the entertainment on offer there is no need to worry about any of those awkward first date silences. Just sit back and let someone else provide the atmosphere as you get to know your date.