Bars In Wimbledon

Bars in Wimbledon are not 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 best bars in Wimbledon.

Last updated on 2nd October 2018

The Dog and Fox

484 user reviews 4

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.

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The Slug at Wimbledon

5 user reviews 3

Whatever sport you're into it's likely they'll have it on at The Slug At Wimbledon sports bar, offering a night of South African celebration. Even if you didn't get to the big match its 17 screens, great grilled food and cheap drinks will have you wondering why you even wanted tickets in the first place. Word of warning too, The Slug is one Wimbledon bar where any reason is a good reason to party through the night.

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Smash Wimbledon

184 user reviews 4

Head to Smash Wimbledon and transport your winter evening into a warm Arabian night. With vibrant wall-art and luxurious cushion sofas, you'd be forgiven for thinking that you were in the heart of Marrakech when visiting this Moroccan-inspired bar. Hit the bar to find delectable exotic cocktails at pocket prices - punchy concoctions start off at just £6.45. With a few inside you, belly dance the night away as the resident DJ spins soul and funk throughout the night. 

The Rose and Crown

76 user reviews 4

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.