A hidden gem in the heart of Belgravia, The Hari Hotel is celebrating the tennis season with a pop-up Wimbledon-inspired lounge in partnership with champagne house Moët & Chandon (from Monday July 2 to Sunday July 15). A large screen takes centre stage at the hotel’s intimate top-floor bar, The Terrace, and showing all the action – served alongside a menu created specially for the fortnight.
Taste a preview of Tast London's Eccleston Place restaurant (opening later this year) with their seasonal dishes (think refreshing gazpachos and strawberries and cream with basil infused cream and caramelised hazelnuts. Cocktails come courtesy of The Rum Runner and served from their iconic airstream. A large screen showing the full schedule of Wimbledon matches is in place alongside bright colourful deck chairs for guests to while away the long summer hours in the sun-filled courtyard at Eccleston Yards. Open 12pm to 9pm, from 2nd to 15th July.
The Coral Garden is the ideal environment to sit back, relax and enjoy this year’s Wimbledon Tennis Championships in the idyllic central London setting. Watch all the action live on a big screen, whilst enjoying a special offering of traditional strawberries and cream (served on vintage tennis rackets) alongside its extensive list of English Sparkling Wines. The Coral Garden is accessed via a hidden lift in The Coral Room.
The West London hot spot is about to become even more popular. For the two week championship, Bluebird is bringing back the big screen for all matches alongside a gigantic tennis ball installation and copious amounts of strawberries, cream and Pimm’s. When the finals come around on the 14th and 15th July, they're serving a special 3 course menu available for £75 per person for the occasion.
This bar themed around a British lawn club, is celebrating Wimbledon with the addition of screens, both indoors and outdoors. The bar are serving limited edition cocktails while a San Pelligrino pop-up fruit cart is offering a true taste of Sicilian style with complimentary samples. If you fancy a break between matches, head to the rooftop where you can play a game of pétanque or croquet.
Pergola Paddington is back for another big summer of sport with four 58-inch TVs set up across their huge, summery venue in west London. Grab a bite to eat from Patty & Bun, DF Mexico, Canard or MAM, as well as a drink from one of two large bars, then sit back and watch either Wimbledon or the World Cup. Or head to their sister venue - The Prince (in West Brompton), where the beer garden has a huge projector screen, or upstairs in the Tudor Room the tennis is being screened on the TVs.
Enjoy a slice of American chic this summer as The Hamptons pop up bar comes to the Capital via Broadgate and Regent’s Place. Channeling the world renowned holiday hotspot, the bars are serving a selection of cocktails, wines, beers and spirits which guests can enjoy al fresco whilst lounging on deck chairs outside. Also screening some all the best sporting competitions of the summer - with large outdoor screens.
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