It’s time to kick off the summer season of sports at some of London’s quirkiest venues, all ready to cheer on your winning team. Celebrate with a Mexican Flag inspired guacamole at Cantina Laredo offering guests a sporting twist on Mexico’s much loved dish, to a refreshing Football Frose at Spritz and Giggles, complete with table tennis and foosball tables to join in on all the action. Make it a summer full of cheer as Bunga Bunga Battersea toast the teams with a summer spritz menu, including a Rosemary & Limoncello Spritz, or join Fanny McGee at Mr Fogg’s Tavern for a bit of good ol British competitive sports. Join the housemates of The Little Blue Door for some weekly parties, watching the World Cup and Wimbledon in the comfort of their flat or head on down to Chotto Matte for a special World Cup menu and Russian Standard Yuzu Martinis to really get the party started this summer.
Cantina Laredo Flies the Flag for Mexico
Get ready to cheer on Mexico as modern Mexican restaurant, Cantina Laredo celebrates the World Cup 2018 with a Mexican extravaganza this summer. Between 14th June and 15th July celebrating all things red, white and green, Cantina Laredo have created a one off Mexican Flag inspired Guacamole, offering guests a sporting twist on Mexicos much loved dish. Running for the duration of the World Cup on every Mexican match day, guests are invited to delve into this colourful creation – with an added grasshopper crunch for good measure, to spread some Mexican cheer.
To really get into the swing of things, Cantina Laredo are offering guests the chance to win an array of prizes including a bottle of Ambar Blanco Tequila, a pure tequila with scents of cooked agave, sweet and herbal notes. All guests need to do is follow @CantinaLaredoUK on Instagram, like the image posted on 13th June and comment their final score prediction for the match on 17th June, to be in with the chance of winning the World Cup prize, set to spread the cheer.
A Summer of Sports at Mr Fogg’s Tavern
Seeing you through the summer, Mr Foggs Tavern have the sporting events covered, throwing open their doors and screening both the World Cup and Wimbledon for all the action this sporting season. Starting at kick off on Thursday 14th June where the World Cup sees Russia take on Saudi Arabia, to a battle of the finals on Sunday 15th July, join Fanny McGee for a bit of good ol British competitive sports.
This summer toast your favourite team and raise a glass of punch for your favourite player, whether your in for a Wimbledon soiree or the World Cup competition, Mr Foggs Tavern will serve up plenty of punch and pub fayre for all.
Sip on a Football Frosé to Celebrate the World Cup and Wimbledon at Spritz & Giggles
This summer will see Spritz & Giggles, a bar dedicated to Londons favourite apéritif, the Aperol Spritz, celebrate the hottest sporting events with live screenings of the World Cup and Wimbledon. Fans of the World Cup can cheers to all the action with a refreshing Football Frosé made especially for the football season.
Located in Broadgate Circle, just a stones throw from Liverpool Street, Spritz & Giggles is transforming into the aptly named Sports & Giggles with its fun and colourful décor combined with table tennis and foosball tables. This is the perfect spot to celebrate both World Cup and Wimbledon, and an ideal venue for group bookings, whether large or small, where free-flowing fun and an unforgettable summer experience is guaranteed.
Summer of Sports and Spritz at Bunga Bunga Battersea
Make it a summer full of cheer as Bunga Bunga Battersea screens both the World Cup and Wimbledon for a sporting Italian celebrazioni this summer season. Sip the evening away as the teams battle it out with Bunga Bungas summer spritz menu including a Rosemary & Limoncello Spritz, a refreshing sweet and sour spritz infused with Italian herbs and Limoncello.
Tuck into the summer aperitivo menu featuring king prawns cooked in white wine, chili and lemon, and Arancini allo Zafferano, made with saffron, peas, courgette and Parmigiano Reggiano. With private hire available for parties of all sizes, make it a night of celebrations as you cheer on your winning team.
Bunga Bunga Battersea | 37 Battersea Bridge Road | Battersea | London
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Watch World Cup in your own Private Study
This summer, Fulham’s newest late night neighbourhood bar and restaurant, The Little Blue Door is the perfect place for football fans to sit back and watch the World Cup in the comfort of the flatmates living room. The friendly flatmates will be welcoming guests into their new home, hosting weekly parties where anything and everything might happen, from sipping cocktails out of a cafetière and eating your way through the deliciously global tapas menu, to dancing on tables.
Guests can book out the flatmates private study, decked out with retro gaming consoles, a pool table and all the supplies you need to cheer on your winning team.
The Little Blue Door
Address: 871-873 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5HP
Wednesday & Thursday: 6pm -12pm
Friday: 6pm -1.30am
Saturday: 11.30am – 1.30am
Sunday: 11.30am – 6pm
Tel: 07538 229 096
F & IG: @thelittlebluedoorfulham
Wimbledon returns to the forecourt of Bluebird Chelsea
For the two-week championship, the big screen will return to the Bluebird courtyard alongside the gigantic tennis ball installation and copious amounts of strawberries, cream and pimms in celebration of the oldest tennis tournament in the world. As the final weekend approaches, Bluebird restaurant and bar will be serving up a special set menu for the ladies and gentlemens finals. Pimms oclock in the courtyard will see POPS, frozen premium alcoholic popsicles, new Pimms flavour on offer to help guests cool down.
As Federer and Nadal strike poses on the big screen, which will show all matches, guests can dine alfresco in the courtyard and sip on cocktails including the SW3. Bluebirds special Wimbledon finals menu features seared beef carpaccio with barigoule vegetables, violet artichokes and berkswell; yellowfin tuna with fennel, sea vegetable, asparagus and yuzu salsa; burrata tortellini with peas, broad beans, Jersey tomato and soft herbs; elderflower jelly with poached peach and almond biscuit and of course, strawberries and cream.
Ladies and gentlemens finals menu | 14th & 15th July | £75
Chotto Matte Celebrates World Cup Season
Chotto Matte, the Peruvian-Japanese restaurant located in the heart Soho, is celebrating the World Cup with live screenings combined with a special World Cup menu and Russian Standard Yuzu Martinis to get the party started. Footballs fans now have the perfect excuse to dine and quench their thirst while watching all the hottest matches under Chotto Mattes colourful roof.
Tuck in to a carefully curated World Cup menu inspired by the delicious flavours and ingredients of Nikkei cuisine that make the ideal spot for football and food fanatics. Prepared by Head Chef Michael Paul, the Japanese and Peruvian combined dishes include Nikkei gyozas (pork, prawn and cassava dumplings served on aji amarillo with sweet potato puree), Corazón (beef heart skewers with portobello mushrooms and chive) and Ebi harumaki (prawn spring roll with shiitake, yuzu and shiso ponzu salsa). While the live football action commences, sip on a refreshing Russian Standard Yuzu Martini, a unique blend of Russian Standard vodka, yuzu sake, lemon, basil and sansho pepper. Chotto Matte is the place to be during this World Cup season.