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Where To Watch & Celebrate Wimbledon 2017

If you didn’t quite get round to the ballot and can’t face the queues, there are still plenty of ways to get a slice of Wimbledon action. From al fresco supper screenings to tennis-themed cocktails, here’s where to enjoy summer’s biggest sporting event, after work and with a drink in hand…

The Refinery Bankside

This London Bridge haunt is already lined with deck chairs and boasts a converted caravan with screens to watch the matches, so it’s little wonder that it's one of the most popular spots in Southwark to watch Wimbledon. Jugs of Pimm's flow freely, and this year they’ll be offering a strawberries and cream cocktail with Tanqueray gin, crème de fraise, lemon juice, egg white and fresh strawberries to get you in the mood.

Strawberries & Crème (£8.50) will be served across all of Drake & Morgan’s London venues from 19th June – 17th July

Visit DrakeAndMorgan.co.uk

 

Franco's Wimbledon-themed Afternoon Tea

To celebrate the sporting event of the summer, Franco’s Italian, will be getting into the Wimbledon spirit, offering an adorable Tennis Afternoon Tea. Tea will be served on their themed lawn and will include the usual suspects – scones, finger sandwiches, teas, coffees and the like – alongside a selection of Wimbledon-themed pastries and cakes. We’re talking chocolate rackets, pistachio tennis court sponge cakes mini tennis ball tartlets. And if you really want to push the boat, you can add unlimited Pimms for an additional £12.

61 Jermyn St, St. James's SW1Y 6LX, Wimbledon afternoon tea, £20 per person, available 2.30pm – 5.30pm Monday to Saturday

Visit FrancosLondon.com

 

Big Screen On The Green

Add a touch of sophistication to this year’s Wimbledon highlights in the leafy surroundings of Parson’s Green. Showing the last three days of the Championship, catch the men’s and ladies finals at the Big Screen on the Green, alongside live music, delicious street food and an obligatory glass of Champagne.
 
Common Fulham, Parsons Green SW6 4UL, 14th-16th July, tickets available online

Visit BigScreenOnTheGreen.com

 

The Strawberry Queen At Scarfes Bar

Tuck into strawberries and cream, Scarfes Bar style – this strawberry-infused Champagne cocktail is the ultimate treat to get you in the Wimbledon spirit.

Rosewood London, 252 High Holborn WC1V 7EN, available during Wimbledon 3rd – 16th July, £20

Visit ScarfesBar.com

 

NOSH

To celebrate Wimbledon 2017, The Alexandra is teaming up with Love Wimbledon to host a food and drink extravaganza, showcasing Wimbledon’s finest street eats. As well as food and drink, there’ll be live music and a large screen set up on the roof terrace of the Alexandra pub, where you can watch the games whilst basking in the sun.

The Alexandra, 33 Wimbledon Hill Road, London SW19 7NE

Visit TheLoftWimbledon.com

 

Murray Mound

You’ll need a grounds ticket to gain entrance to this part of Wimbledon, but if you don’t have Centre Court seats, you can set up camp on the famous Murray Mound (formally known as Henman Hill), and watch the top players battling it out, close to the action. The atmosphere here is unbeatable – and you can bring your own bottles of bubbles to raise a glass to the victor.
 
Church Road, Wimbledon SW19 5AE, grounds tickets from £8-£25, and you’ll need to queue on the day

Visit Wimbledon.com

 

Cinnamon Kitchen Gin Garden

Catch all the action from Wimbledon on the big screen at the Cinnamon Kitchen’s summer gin garden, where you can kick back in your private gazebo whilst drinking cocktails in the sun. Watch the match, snack on Cinnamon Kitchen treats and tuck into a few Bombay’s at the bespoke gin bar.

9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL, open 12pm-11pm Monday to Friday until September

Visit Cinnamon-Kitchen.com

 

Strawberries & Screen At Kings Cross

Strawberries and Screen pops up in Lewis Cubitt Square showing all the action on a big screen, with strawberries, Pimm's and other summery refreshments available, so you can feel like you're really in SW19.

Lewis Cubitt Square, King’s Cross N1C 4AB, 3rd-16th July, FREE

Visit KingsCross.co.uk

 

Bonnie Gull At Brown Hart Gardens

Tuck into fresh seafood al fresco whilst watching the biggest tennis championship of the year. Bonnie Gull will be setting up an outdoor screen in their terrace gardens for fans to watch the match with Champagne and oysters in hand.

The Garden Café, 4 Brown Hart Gardens, Mayfair W1K 6TD

Visit BonnieGull.com

 

South Place Cinema Presents: Wimbledon ‘Tennis On The Terrace’

Following last year’s sell-out event, South Place Cinema will be hosting another rooftop screening of Wimbledon at South Place Hotel, for tennis fans to watch in style. They’ll be screening the Men’s Championship Final on the hotel’s roof terrace on Sunday 16th July. Sit back in comfy deck chairs and soak up the atmosphere with a tub of white chocolate and strawberry meringue ice cream, a gourmet scotch egg, and a refreshingly cool cocktail – all included in the ticket price.

3 South Pl, Moorgate EC2M 2AF, 19th July, doors open at 1.30pm, tickets £28

Visit DesignMyNight.com

 

Cardinal Place Roof Garden

Victoria’s Cardinal Place Roof Garden will host another season of live Wimbledon screenings accompanied by delicious food and drink. Soak up some summer rays, recline on deck chairs, and enjoy the highlights of the Victoria food scene without even having to leave your seat.

Cardinal Place Roof Garden, 1 Victoria St, Victoria SW1E 5JD 3rd-16th July, 11am – 9.30pm

Visit CreateVictoria.com

 

Dog & Fox

Packed to the rafters with old tennis rackets and nostalgic Wimbledon-themed décor, the Dog & Fox is the perfect place to get a seat close to the action. Watch the tournament screened live but not before making an essential trip to the Perrier-Jouët pop-up, to indulge in a glass (or two) of celebratory bubbles.

24 High Street Wimbledon, Wimbledon SW19 5EA

Visit DogAndFoxWimbledon.co.uk

 

BST Open House, Hyde Park

British Summer Time at Hyde Park will be showing live screenings of Wimbledon this summer, in between their rock and roll line-up of musical legends. Hyde Park’s Open House will show the world’s top tennis tournament with Pimm’s pop-ups, strawberries and cream, delicious street eats and plenty of summer-themed fun. They’ll also be handing out free tennis caps for hardcore fans.

British Summer Time, Hyde Park W2 2UH, daily screenings running from 3rd-7th July, from 12pm onwards, FREE

Visit BST-HydePark.com

 

Wimbledon On The Big Screen

The ultimate in al fresco gatherings, make your way down to Merchant Square from 3rd – 16th July to catch the games live on an outdoor screen. Drinks and deck chairs will be provided.

The Lawn, Paddington Basin, Paddington W2 1JS, FREE

Visit MerchantSquare.co.uk
 

 

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