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Gentleman's afternoon tea sir? If you are in search of an alternative activity which is perfectly on trend, then gentleman’s afternoon tea is the activity for you on your stag weekend away! Oozing utter class and sophistication you will be truly spoilt for choice with the options provided in your very own, specially created gentleman’s afternoon tea. Expect pies, tea's and brownies, this is definitely not your standard afternoon tea!
The perfect activity for the refined gentleman. A wonderful gentleman’s afternoon tea is a great way to start any stag weekend as it provides the perfect setting to socialise before hitting the town for your big stag night out! The clue is in the name; this is one classy activity. A three piece isn’t essential, but it is a formal occasion and there are few more important occasions than your stag weekend (well possibly your wedding day!)
When people describe stag weekends the first word that comes to mind isn’t sophisticated, that is usually more associated with hens. Gentleman’s afternoon tea is there to get rid of that prejudice and bring some class back into the occasion!
What to expect with your gentleman’s afternoon tea;
The platter of food will, of course, come with some of the classics that are expected with the standard afternoon tea. However, the gentleman’s afternoon tea comes packed with some other tasty options. For example, there are various meat sliders, pies and an array of sandwiches in some cases!
We would recommend this for groups who are after a different activity that is perfect for a more conventional stag who is in search of a trendy delicious activity.
Menu items may vary
This is an activity that adopts the popular afternoon tea structure, in that you have drinks and nibbles, however the choice in foods and drinks is optimised for guys. This means that instead of prosecco, it commonly comes with some beers, often draft beers, but this depends on the venue and the options available.
The food is also commonly more pub grub than fancy hotel food, but they're still often kept to the size style of afternoon tea, meaning mini burgers, mini pies and mini platters.
The clothing options are normally up to you. Some venues will have certain rules on fancy dress, which you should check on before visiting, but in regards to whether you want to dress up or come casually, this is most commonly a personal choice rather than a requirement.
For most of the venues we deal with, you will get the food served on the platters that you would expect in a traditional afternoon tea. This means you can have that authentic feel, but with it a bit more beefy.