New Year's Eve in Canary Wharf and Greenwich
Fancy avoiding the crowds at Westminster on New Year's Eve but still fancy getting out of the house?
Check out our list of the top places to spend the big night in Canary Wharf, Greenwich and surrounding areas.
Elvis certainly isn't dead in E14 on December 31, as Boisdale plays tribute to the King of Rock and Roll in his Las Vegas pomp. Expect Boisdale Banknotes on Casino tables and Champagne. Tickets at the Cabot Place venue cost £105 each.
Go to boisdale.co.uk
Combine a Cava reception, Spanish tapas and a live DJ, pictured, with spectacular views of the Thames to take you into 2014 at this stylish eatery. Camino's December 31 meat or vegetarian menu, complete with a glass of fizz, costs £35 per head. Based at Canary Riverside.
Go to camino.uk.com
■ Tom's Kitchen
One of the newest restaurants on the block is offering an indulgent three-course menu, complete with appetiser, coffee and a chocolate truffle for £68 per diner.
Go to tomskitchen.co.uk
■ Four Seasons
The hotel at Westferry Circus is offering two ways to celebrate the arrival of 2014 - with a celebratory gala dinner, complimentary canapes and live entertainment on December 31 or a New Year's Day brunch with Prosecco. Gala dinner tickets cost £95 each, brunch is £60.
Go to fourseasons.com
■ One Canada Square
See in 2014 without putting a foot outside Canary Wharf's tallest building. One Canada Square will treat guests to a decadent five-course meal, with two glasses of Joseph Perrier champagne, coffee and petit fours. Then a DJ and dancing until 2am, all for £75.
If you're a fan of elegant French cuisine treat yourself to some dishes from Plateau's specially created menu.
Five courses at the Canada Place restaurant, including a glass of champagne, will cost £75, or there's a £35 option in the Bar and Grill.
Go to plateau-restaurant.co.uk
If you're regretting not heading on holiday this festive period, then spend New Year's Eve within Roka's take on the back streets of Tokyo featuring art and music from DJ Velocity. The tasting menu at the Park Pavilion venue costs £98.
Go to Rokarestaurant.com
■ The Prodigy, The O2.
Headline act The Prodigy, pictured, will be joined by Rudimental, Jaguar Skills and Modestep for this gig. Tickets cost £75 and curfew is 3am.
Go to theo2.com
■ Kisstory, Indigo2
The arena's sister venue is hosting Kisstory, the "best of old school and anthems", featuring Neev, Shortee Blitz and more. Tickets cost between £43 and £65 and are for 18-year-olds and over.
Go to theo2.com
■ Building 6
The O2 club has Breach and Bondax headlining a huge number of dance acts. Tickets start at £45.
Go to theo2.com
The newly opened cocktail bar below Davy's in Greenwich High Road has a live DJ and is open until late. Tickets cost £10 on the door and £8 in advance.
Go to davy.co.uk/cooperage
■ Cutty Sark
The riverfront pub will host a New Year's Eve dinner and live music. It will also allow you the opportunity to see London's fireworks from a great vantage point.
Go to cuttysarkse10.co.uk
■ Devonport House
The venue next to Greenwich Park is hosting a New Year's Eve party, which includes dinner and a disco. There's also a three-course menu to enjoy. Costs £69 per person.
Go to deverevenues.co.uk.
■ Little Nan's
For something a little different, the secret living room in south-east London's Deptford will be open from 7pm until 11pm before the party head's to the Bunker Club upstairs.
Go to littlenans.co.uk.
This Limehouse event features six heavyweight headliners from the world of house and techo, including Julio Bashmore, with more still to be announced.
Tickets cost £4.
Go to troxy.co.uk.
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