The Gunners were forced to battle back from 2-1 down at half-time to beat Spurs in a thrilling encounter.
Now, Spanish boss Emery has revealed just how he kicked back and relaxed after the famous 4-2 win.
Emery said: "Usually after each match I stay with friends… and yesterday was a special match.
"My friends came from Spain, as well as some family, and we spoke, had dinner together and enjoyed the moment with them."
The Gunners chief also revealed how he masterminded his side's comeback, simply by staying calm.
Emery said: "Before the match and at half-time, I think it's important to be calm… remember some things, but not a lot.
"Above all, give the players confidence. In these moments we can think about what's important for the second-half.
"What is important is to recover the confidence in our ability and our strengths. It's simple but I think it's important."
Meanwhile, Emery had his say on how the North London derby compares to other derbies he's been a part of, having also managed giants such as Paris Saint-Germain and Sevilla.
The Spaniard added: "Each derby is different but they have a lot of things that are similar.
"There is passion and emotion in the stadium. We feel like we need to show the fans a special moment with these emotions.
"We want two things… one is the emotion and the other is three points in each match."
Emery went on to reveal he wants to enjoy every "special" moment he can at Arsenal after the famous comeback win.
He claimed: "I enjoy each moment in my career like a special moment. I want creatively and new experiences in my way.
"For me, each day here is special. I want to live a very exciting life here with every Arsenal fan."
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