Harry Potter fans can dine in Hogwarts Great Hall on Valentine’s Day

Who needs a love potion? Harry Potter fans can spend Valentine’s Day dining on salmon and duck in the Great Hall of Hogwarts – but it will set you back £485

  • Warner Bros. Studio has announced exclusive Valentine’s Day dining experience
  • Couples can dine on canapés, salmon, duck and vegan options and Butterbeer
  • A table for two at Hertfordshire studio comes with £485 price tag per couple 
  • Price includes exclusive after-hours access to the Studio Tour following meal 

We’ve not even celebrated Christmas yet, but if you’re already looking ahead to 2019 Harry Potter fans are set for a treat this Valentine’s Day.  

Warner Bros. Studio in Hertfordshire has announced it’s inviting couples for an exclusive Valentine’s dinner in February with tables set in the iconic school’s Great Hall for an evening of wizarding love.

Tickets go on sale on December 18th but your dining companion will have to be someone really special, as one table for two costs £485.

For starters, ‘guests will enjoy welcome drinks and canapés before sitting down to a three-course dinner served by house elves, including salmon, duck and vegan and vegetarian options on the authentic set. 

Valentine’s Dinner in the Great Hall: Love birds will get the chance to spend a magical evening dining in Hogwarts’ Great Hall in 2019 

The studio first started opening its doors for dining events in the Great Hall in December 2015, and will welcome fans for another extravaganza to celebrate Valentine’s Day in February 2019

Then, the evening will go on with an ‘exclusive after-hours access to the Studio Tour,’ including real sets like the Gryffindor common room, the Weasley kitchen and Dumbledore’s office.

They’ll also receive their fair share of Butterbeer, love potions and their choice of wand to remember their evening’ at the event taking place on three nights – February 14th to 16th. 

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Love birds will get to share ‘homemade artisan bread,’ with ‘marinated olives, extra virgin oil and balsamic vinegar.’

For the starter, couples will be able to treat themselves to some ‘Gin botanical cured Scotch salmon,’ with ‘pink grapefruit curd, cucumber and fennel pickle and sea herbs and chlorophyll oil.’ 

Diners will be able to tuck into treats such as confit leg and breast of duck, gin cured salmon and Sicilian lemon tart, before enjoying  studio tour 

The vegetarian option will be a ‘spiced beetroot tartare with burrata, raddish, celery leaf, and black quinoa crackers’ and for vegans, a ‘ cashew nut ricotta’ in place of the burrata.

On to the main course: diners will enjoy a ‘confit leg and breast of Aylesburry duck, duck fat potatoes, baby vegetables, red cabbage and pickled blackberries.’

Vegetarians and vegans will swap the duck for a ‘butternut squash, spinach and mushroom pithivier with cauliflower, tea-soaked sultanas and sweet potato fondant with a mushroom veloute.’

The desserts with be as betwitching as the rest of the menu, with a choice between a tonka bean parfait, a sicilian lemon tart and a ruby chocolate and lime chiboust.

Love Potion: Along with a tankard of Butterbeer, diners will have a choice of cocktail, and will even be able to try love potions

Cheers! Loved-up couples will enjoy a three course meal with wine pairings for each course, but it will set them back a steep £495

For drinks, butterbeer will of course be available, as well as mysterious love potions.

But of course, to quote Rumpelstiltskin’s himself, ‘magic always comes with a price,’ and the idyllic evening costs a pretty penny: A table for two costs at the exclusive location costs £495.

Spread over 150,000 square feet, Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden opened its doors to the public in spring 2012. 

The studio first started opening its doors for dining events in December 2015, and despite the sometimes hefty price tag, they’re usually a sell-out  

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