From fermentation classes to bread-making workshops and sushi sessions, Greenwich Pantry has got quite the selection of cookery classes. Head southeast where Prendagast will be the location for all your mixing, sifting and rolling needs.
Fun Things To Do in Greenwich
From the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College to the O2 Arena and the Cutty Sark, there's plenty to see in SE10. And when you're done with the tourist stuff? Set your sights on boozy brunch afternoons, quirky dating events and mouthwatering burger spots with our guide on fun things to do in Greenwich.
Situated by the Cutty Sark, The Old Brewery is oozing with history. Head here for pints of real ale, locally-brewed craft beers and London-distilled spirits, as well as events that include singles matchmaking and seasonal masterclasses.
Not your average watering hole, Belushi's is the sports bar that brings the party to Greenwich. Do homemade burgers, sticky wings and sharing platters sound like your idea of a feast? Then get down for all that alongside live music, beer pong, rockaoke, boozy brunches and live sports.
A charming waterside restaurant, The Oystercatcher is cooking up quite the weekend feast. Make your way to Victoria Parade for buttermilk waffles, mac n cheese, avo on toast and two hours of bottomless prosecco or bellinis in a heated outdoor booth.
One of London's quirkiest outdoor activities, The Great Game Virus Safe Outdoor Treasure Hunt will see you exploring famous landmarks, solving riddles, cracking clues and uncovering secret back streets around Greenwich.
Taking place on certain Saturdays, the Royal Maritime Greenwich Ghost Tour invites you to unearth the neighbourhood's dark side. Expect to hear tales of drunken sailors and jilted lovers before visiting Charles Dickens' favourite haunted pub.
Looking for a unique night out in Greenwich? This could be just the ticket. Taking over an underground bunker this summer, COVID 69 RAVE will feature themed cocktails, walking actors and immersive entertainment all to a soundtrack of massive house tunes.
Sure, The O2 is known for its musical offerings, but this unique experience is going higher than the usual. Don your boiler suit, strap into that harness and prepare for a photo-worthy opp. Your chance to climb one of London's most recognisable landmarks has arrived.
In need of a little weekend fun? When it comes to bottomless brunch, you can't go wrong with Grind. Check out their Greenwich outpost for bottomless prosecco matched with Insta-worthy dishes and gorgeous decor. There's even a gorgeous garden space for those warmer days.