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Stag's Guide to South-East

Last Updated 04/04/2016

London’s South East is where the rich and famous come to play. With around 14,000,000 square feet of office and retail space - and almost one and a half million inhabitants - the notoriously affluent area is where all the wealthy Londoners come to relax, unwind and party. The expansive area can be broken down into districts - including Canary Wharf, Greenwich, Docklands and the 02 Arena.

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Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf is a building complex located in Tower Hamlets, and along with all the office and retail space – offers an outlet for workers to unwind with a chilled pint. The distinctive Canary Wharf restaurant and bar, Rum and Sugar, is a must visit on any stag party celebrations in the South East of London. Situated within a Grade I listed warehouse, it takes its name from its original function as a rum and sugar store in the 1800s. Along with live music and DJ sets, Rum and Sugar boasts an eclectic range of specialist rums, and an epic food menu that celebrates London’s famous docks – rustling up classic British meals, with a wealth of fish dishes.

Three tiled images - one of the exteriors of Rum and Sugar, and two of the interiors of Davy's bar

Another awesome place to grab yourselves a pint, amidst the posh folk of Canary Wharf, is Davy’s – offering a contemporary touch of Victorian London in the modern world. The intimate waterfront bar and grill offers a range of craft ales and premium spirits, as well as a plush, heated beer terrace overlooking the tranquil river. It’s the ideal spot for chilling out in South East London. And, of course, it wouldn’t be a stag weekend without surrounding yourselves with beautiful ladies. Luckily, Canary Wharf also boasts a premiere Gentleman’s Club, Majingos. With a superb reputation to its name, the discrete, luxurious and comfortable Art Decor club will definitely leave a cheeky twinkle in your eye.

Greenwich

Greenwich is a renowned hot bed of wealthy business folk, splashing the cash after a hard day’s graft. This is the ideal place to have a couple of pints in traditional haunts, before venturing out further afield. When celebrating in South East London’s Greenwich, we’d recommend a pit stop in The Prince of Greenwich – quickly becoming one of Greenwich’s most popular hidden gems. This Victorian pub boasts extremely traditional decor, with patterned wallpaper, atmospheric hanging lamps, exposed fireplaces and mismatched, upholstered furniture. It’s lively, quirky, rustles up a cracking pint of ale – and, on some nights of the week, even offers a cabaret show.

Two tiled images of the interiors of The Prince of Greenwich bar in South East London

Get ready to whack on your finest three piece, and prepare to party amidst some of the capital’s biggest ballers. Find out more about our epic offerings in South-East London on our stag weekends page.