You can see the station from Edwards bar in Wimbledon so it's no surprise that this lively venue is a popular spot for people coming into Wimbledon as well as those already local. Its drinkonomical prices on drinks and resident DJs are bound to have you dancing as well as drinking.
Best Bars In Wimbledon
Wimbledon bars aren't just great during the tennis season. After all, they keep the folk of super South-West London more than happy throughout the year. With the gorgeous Wimbledon Park and Wimbledon Common acting as a centrepiece for the bar scene, a nice cocktail or crisp beer may be the perfect end to a lovely stroll. Check out our list of some of the places to drink in Wimbledon.
From the huge suntrap of a terrace through to the fresh summer menu, 601 Queen's Rd is keeping Wimbledon visitors fed and watered. Only moments from Wimbledon Station, the stylish bar serves a happy list of all-day dishes, from the likes of steamed mussels through to the house burger, along with a sustainable cocktail list.
Leafy gardens, cutesy pubs and classic boozers; Wimbledon bars certainly know what their locals like. And to sweeten the deal, their stunning burger menu always hits the spot. Head to the Fire and Stables, relax with a craft beer and tuck into a hearty burger full of flavour.
Ageing back to 1881, they don't get more traditional than the Crooked Billet pub. Sitting comfortably on Wimbledon Common, the pub offers guests a cosy, characterful haunt to unwind and relax in. Whether you're snuggling up next to a fire or sitting in the sunshine on the green opposite, they cater for every mood.
Only a 10 minute walk from the station, The Old Frizzle is an excellent place for drinks, especially during the warmer months. With yummy roasts, delicious brunches and quiz nights every Sunday, it's no wonder why this cosy pub is such a hotspot.
A brilliant bar for cocktails in Wimbledon, Tequila Mockingbird is ideal for a fun evening of drinking and chilling with your mates. Not only do they boast one of the best happy hours around - with 2-4-1 cocktails and £3 beers and wines - but they also welcome in a DJ at the weekend and whip up a tasty pizza.
Dating back to the early 1600s, The Rose and Crown is the oldest member of the Young's family of pubs. Offering a selection of real ales and craft beers, the kitchen staff have worked tirelessly to plate up a menu composed of seasonal British treats and crowd pleasers. Think hearty cuts of meat, fresh catch of the day treats and flavoursome roast dinners.
Found at the heart of Wimbledon Village, The Dog & Fox is a treasure of a venue that ticks all the boxes of a good gastropub. There's quintessential British favourites served up from the kitchen, a well-stocked bar featuring a sought-after choice of ales, spirits and wines and a lovely front beer garden with a relaxing atmosphere come rain or shine. There's live music on Saturdays, a spirited quiz night and 17 boutique hotel rooms if you like it so much you'd rather stay overnight.
The Garratt and Gauge is a top Wimbledon pub that's renowned for its budget-friendly classic pub grub, late night antics and regular roster of live sport screenings. On the hunt for places to watch the latest fixtures? Head here for football, rugby and plenty more in a cool setting.