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JAN 2017 – ENJOY 50% OFF FOOD IN SEA CONTAINERS

Don’t hibernate. We’ve got an excellent reason to gather friends, family or colleagues for cosy meals by the river this month. From Sundays to Wednesdays in January, we’re offering 50% off food from the a la carte menu. Just quote “JAN50” when you book. Full offer details below.

This offer is available is available for new bookings between 2nd January – 31st January 2017 for lunch or dinner. Applicable Sunday – Wednesday on the A La Carte menu. Must order a minimum of 2 courses. Discount is on food only. Guests must book via the link below or via telephone on +44 (0) 203 747 1063 quoting ‘JAN50’. Promotion does not apply to existing bookings. Offer is subject to availability.

https://www.opentable.co.uk/sea-containers

DEC 2016 – CELEBRATE THE FESTIVE SEASON IN STYLE

In case you hadn’t heard, we like a party around here. As the days are growing shorter, our thoughts are naturally turning to festive feasts, bracing cocktails and the general silliness that the season heralds. Join us throughout December at Sea Containers for a delicious feast with colleagues and friends or celebrate New Years Eve with us and make it a night to remember.

NOV 2016 – SEA CONTAINERS CELEBRATES THE LORD MAYORS SHOW
Join us at Sea Containers this Saturday 12 November for an evening of festivities to celebrate the Lord Mayor’s Show. Our prime location on the Thames River Walk means you’ll be right in the center of the action for the magnificent evening fireworks display. Wrap up in a cosy blanket and enjoy Mulled Wine, Prosecco, Beer or Water on our Terrace. We’ll also be serving drinks -with lids- to take away.

MAY 2016 – SEA CONTAINERS LAUNCHES A HAMPTONS INSPIRED SUMMER TERRACE
Can’t make it to the Hamptons this summer? You can still get a taste of summer by the sea at our outdoor terrace popping up from May to September on the South Bank River Walk at Sea Containers. Think crisp rose or ice cold Perrier Jouet paired with oysters and lobster rolls. You can linger over a bottle while watching the world go by (we have heaters and blankets for those days when the weather feels more Britain and less Bridgehampton) or take it to go from our beach hut.