Bacchanalia celebrates its first anniversary with an extravagant event

The Romans emphasised the joy of banquets – they were flamboyant and theatrical to bring loved ones together and enjoy their company. Bacchanalia, London’s Greco-Roman restaurant, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a Roman-like experience, featuring flamboyance and theatre like never before, bringing the art of ‘The Feast’ to London with a one-off event that will see diners feasting with friends and being entertained until the early hours.

The One Year Anniversary event will take place at Bacchanalia on Thursday 23rd November and will be a celebration that will offer diners a chance to experience the best Bacchanalia has to offer via unlimited dishes and flowing champagne. The feasting menu, crafted by Culinary Director Athinagoras Kostakos, will feature a selection of new plates and Bacchanalia classics, including Bacchanalia’s revered lobster paccheri pasta, Ossobuco alla Milanese and the decadent spicy nduja beef tartare, all accompanied by free-flowing champagne, hand-picked by Bacchanalia’s skilled sommeliers.

To ensure the party is as the gods would expect, diners will be entertained throughout the evening by angelic opera singers, and the incredible Greek folktronica band RE: KÜLTURA, a fusion of traditional folk elements, modern electronic beats, and poetic lyrics that speak to the human experience inspired by Rebetiko Culture.

All of this will be enjoyed whilst surrounded by Bacchanalia’s iconic ever-standing Damien Hirst statues, breathtaking murals of 2,000-year-old Greek and Roman-inspired paintings, historic artefacts and Gary Myatt’s floor-to-ceiling mural depicting ‘Romans In Their Decadence’ – London’s most spectacular dining space.


The First Anniversary will take place on Thursday 23rd November from 9 pm, for one night only. Tickets start at £180 and can be booked online at


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