Good friends. Good food. Good times.
You're spending your final weekend of freedom in the third largest state in Germany. Tantalise your tastebuds by getting a real taste for Baden-Wüttemburg with a Stuttgart Traditional Meal on your stag weekend.
This region of Germany boasts verdant fields and the perfect climate for growing delicious vegetables like Badische Spargelstrasse (green asparagus) and their infamous white asparagus. It's a vegetarian's dream to eat some of the fabulous dishes prepared in the traditional restaurants. Don't worry, if you're more of a meat and potatoes kind of guy we've not forgotten about you. Of course, you could always go for the German staples of potato dumplings and sausages, but you can get them at any ol' festival in the UK. Instead, please your palate with dishes like Badische Sch&aulm;ufele, a cured & smoked pork shoulder. There's something for everyone on the menu.
'I am not a glutton - I am an explorer of food.' - Erma Bombeck
When you book your stag night meal in advance you can eat without any hassles. You don't have to worry about arguing with your mates over what or where to eat, calling around trying to get a reservation or getting turned away when you stag party goes to restaurant. Plus, your meal will be paid in advance, so no splitting up the bill or gathering money from the lads. We sort it all out for you! Simple.
A Traditional Meal in Stuttgart includes a two hour table reservation for your group, a fantastic one course German dinner and a stein of the country's famous suds. The lads can't survive on lager alone, set them up to go the distance with a filling and fabulous meal. Since the restaurant is close to all the nightlife hotspots, you can get right down to partying in no time flat.
In a nutshell:
- Stuttgart Traditional Meal
- 2 hour table reservation
- 1 course German meal
- 1 beer each