Situated in the heart of Wembley Park on Arena Square, The White Horse features ample outdoor space for al fresco drinking and dining, with a quaint external garden at ground level and an incredible outside terrace the overlooks The SSE Arena, Wembley.
The White Horse also offers plenty of space for chilling out and catching up. It even caters for remote workers with two private rooms, a quiet area, charging points, free wifi and plenty of screens. Tables and specific areas can also be pre-booked by individuals or organisations.
And expect some of the finest food in the neighbourhood, as the all-new dining destination welcomes a delicious menu of fresh-cooked food and a range of signature dishes from Head Chef, Tars Voznesenskis.
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The history of The White Horse
Influenced by Wembley Park’s legendary past as a host to some of the world’s greatest music and sporting events, and the area’s strong cultural heritage, the new pub’s name, ‘The White Horse’, aptly derives from the first-ever FA Cup Final match to be played in the stadium. The higher than anticipated turnout to the 1923 match meant vast crowds surged onto the pitch. Mounted policemen, including one on a light-coloured horse, which became the defining image of the day, had to be brought in to clear the crowds and allow the final to take place. The match is often referred to as the "White Horse Final" and is commemorated by the White Horse Bridge, a footbridge designed by London Eye architects Marks Barfield which leads to Wembley Stadium from the railway station of the same name.