Get your strawberries and cream at the ready, because Wimbledon tennis championship is coming back to London this July. With its internationally renowned Tennis Championship comes swathes of tourists looking for tickets, and if you don’t want to stand out in the blustery London rain and wind waiting for a ticket, then you may opt for watching the tennis tournament in a bar around London. Now of course, you could just watch the matches from your room in the Park Grand Paddington Court Hotel London but with so many lively and buzzing bars around the city, you wouldn’t want to miss out on some of the best days out London has to offer.
South Place Cinema Tennis on the Terrace
South Place Cinema’s Terrace bar will play host to a large screen which will play the Men’s Final of the Wimbledon Tennis championship. If you’re looking for a great place to sample Wimbledon’s signature Strawberries and Cream, then this is the place to find a unique twist. Instead of cream, you can find white chocolate and strawberry meringue ice cream as well as a range of cocktails.
Belushi’s London Bridge
One of the best Sports Bars in the city, Belushi’s has five bars across the city. For the best way to watch sports in a proper London Bar, then try The Dugout in London Bridge. Located close to the River Thames, you can be sure to experience the best in multi-screen projectors and a buzzing vibe.
Old Red Lion
The Old Red Lion in Angel is a traditional British Pub with a sporty twist. In this central location you can be sure to mingle with commuters and tourists alike. With two large projector screens and a whopping four plasmas, you can enjoy the tennis from anywhere in this centrally located pub.
The Mad Bishop and Bear
If you’re enjoying the many Restaurants Near Paddington Station and you realise you’re missing the tennis, then head on down to the Mad Bishop and Bear in the station. A great retreat from the commuter hustle and bustle, this pub is also kitted out with screens which are bound to be showing the best in tennis this July.
With famous tennis players such as the historic Bjorn Borg having heralded from Northern Europe, it’s no surprise that the Nordic Bar in Soho is going to be one of the liveliest places to watch the tennis. Especially in Soho, the heart of London’s West End and with Swedish Cuisine as well as ping pong tables, you know you’re in the right place when it comes to watching tennis.
Wimbledon and Strawberries at the Kings Arms
Watch the game with some delectable strawberry treats at one of Chelsea’s most popular pubs. The Kings Arms is known for its amazing meals and a broad range of drinks, also vowing to show the best from the Wimbledon Games.
For a stylish and elegant take on the Wimbledon games, head to Chelsea once again for a day of Pimms, Champagne and Strawberries and a trendy cocktail bar. You won’t be disappointed, especially when trying to replicate the high society leanings of the Wimbledon Games. Watch with the glitz and glamour and from the comfort of a great bar.
The Pavilion End is located just round the corner from St Pauls Cathedral and serves some of the best in British Ales. With great views and real British drinks on offer, there’s not much else that can be done to surpass expectations. The Pavilion End does however, with its massive 3D TV and big screens, the Pavilion End manages to go above and beyond.