Wonderful Wimbledon

It’s officially summertime, which, in the world of SW19, can mean only one thing - Wimbledon! We’ve pulled together a list of some of the finest pubs and bars in the borough, so whether you’re looking for a pre-match pint or a post-match Pimm’s, you know who’ll be serving aces all day long.

List created on 26th June 2018 by Useyourlocal HQ - click here to create your own publists

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Dog & Fox, SW19

Dog & Fox

An iconic pub in the heart of Wimbledon village since the 1800’s. The Dog & Fox is an established events venue, pub & restaurant serving a fine collection of draught & craft beers, local London spirits, with 17 exquisite bedrooms above in our boutique hot

Firestables, SW19


A 10 minute walk from the Wimbledon Championships, right in the heart of Wimbledon Village SW19, the Fire Stables is the perfect destination for breakfast before the tennis, a take away lunch to refuel, or a relaxing cocktail and dinner to unwind

Hand In Hand, SW19

Hand In Hand

A traditional pub serving mouthwatering British food. Our menus range from light bites and snacks to our daily specials and succulent Sunday roasts.

Hemingways, SW19


Since 2010, Hemingways has stood proudly as the only locally owned and independent cocktail establishment within the ever desirable Wimbledon Village.

Leather Bottle, SW19

Leather Bottle

The Leather Bottle in London, offers great value pub food, weekly deals & offers and a great selection of drinks served in a friendly, local pub setting.

Old Frizzle, SW19

Old Frizzle

Packed to the rafters with character, and more than a hint of mischief, The Old Frizzle on The Broadway opposite Wimbledon Theatre, begs to be discovered.

Rose & Crown, SW19

Rose & Crown

We are without a doubt the best pub in SW19. We have an amazing Beer Garden located at the back of the Pub aswell as 13 luxorious hotel rooms!

19/07/2015 Foster's — Brand well presented on T-Bar. Staff in branded Foster's T-shirts. View

Sultan, SW19


South West London CAMRA pub of the year 2004. On the outside a ‘roadhouse’ type public house, typical of the suburban pub style of the 1950s, the Sultan is, on the inside, one of South London’s hidden treasures.

01/11/2012 Very cosy, friendly atmosphere — People seem very relaxed and at home here, their cares melting away in the warmth of the two fires whilst gentle background music provides a subtle soundtrack to the pleasing burble of convivial conversation. Oh, and the beer is GREAT! View