How The Perfect Day With A Greenwich Escort Would Look

24 April 2024

If you’re meeting one of our Greenwich escorts then you’re in for a treat. This buzzing area of London is filled with rich history, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it’s also the historic Prime Meridian of the World - Longitude 0º. It was also the birthplace of the infamous Tudor monarch King Henry VIII and his daughters Queen Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I.

Start The Day Off Right

Greenwich is a great place to get to know someone - namely your escort. Start your day off with breakfast at The Green Cafe, on 285 Greenwich High Road. You’ll enjoy the satisfaction that comes from a proper Full English, with high-welfare meat and free-range eggs. As well as delicious breakfasts, the cafe often holds Turkish street food pop-up events in the evenings. It does, however, serve breakfast all day for whenever you’re in the mood for eggs over easy. Your escort is likely to compliment you on sourcing this hidden gem!

Once you’re fueled up with coffee, it’s time to head out again. You head to Cutty Sark, a maritime museum. Walk under the raised hull of the Cutty Sark, which at the time of its construction in 1869, was one of the fastest clippers to ever be built. Both you and your date will be in awe at the history, and for an extra special date, you can even enjoy afternoon tea underneath the hull.

It’ll definitely be an experience she hasn’t had before. Tea is now readily available - but in the 20th century, the Cutty Sark it to London from the far reaches of the world.

Time To Re-Fuel

If you aren’t too full from breakfast, you can try Black Eye Coffee for lunch on 85, Trafalgar Road. Enjoy brie and bacon bagels, fresh juice, and what’s said to be the best coffee in Greenwich. Weather permitting, dine in the enclosed garden at the back.

See a show at Greenwich Planetarium. Both you and your escort will be amazed by the sky tonight - a classic guide to the night sky presented live by a Royal Observatory Greenwich astronomer. What could be more romantic than learning about the stars together - and holding hands in the dark? 

Evening Adventures

Pre-dinner cocktails? Yes please. Try the Eighteen Sky Bar, at the Intercontinental, near the 02. This rooftop bar gives amazing panoramic views across London’s east, where you can see the Thames and Canary Wharf by night. Enjoy a romantic and intimate drink as you gaze across the glittering skyline. There is a semi-formal dress code and smoky mood lighting gives this place a classy elegant feel. Enjoy nibbles and imaginative cocktails such as the cold sunset, Blood Moon, and a wide range of other spirits and wine. 

For dinner, it’s hard to go wrong with Mediterranean food. Visit The Hill on 89 Royal Hill. This hidden gem has a patio garden and airy rooms decorated with Ecuadorian art. Enjoy a taste of Spain alongside the intimacy of sharing tapas. Try manchego cheese, calamari, whitebait, chorizo and more.

You can also choose paella, roasted pork knuckle, a whole seabass, and more. The restaurant also serves pizza. Share a jug of sangria for an extra special touch. 

Turn Up The Heat

Staying overnight? It’s time to check into your hotel. Try the four-star DoubleTree by Hilton London Greenwich, which is just a 15-minute walk from Cutty Sark. The 1940s hotel was formerly the police headquarters. Today, the RIBA-award-winning building serves afternoon tea - and every guest is given a warm chocolate cookie on arrival. For more budget options, there is also a Travelodge and Premier Inn nearby. Once you're checked in, simply retreat to your hotel room and let the naughty fun begin!