Wembley Park is going continental as the iconic neighbourhood is transformed into an al fresco outdoor dining destination.
To celebrate the reopening of cafes, restaurants and leisure operators following a three-month closure, Wembley Park and Brent Council have been working closely together to allow expanded seating areas onto the tree-lined boulevards.
With over 100 new and colourful, socially distanced picnic tables and benches being installed onto the pedestrianised boulevards, we’re enlivening the neighbourhood in the safest way possible, enhancing the outside space and ambience with a programme of live entertainment and public art.
Launching at the height of the British summertime, the transformational plans are set to make Wembley Park the hottest drinking and dining destination of Summer 2020, as the shift to al fresco dining gives the vibrant North West London neighbourhood the opportunity to offer local residents and day-out visitors an incredible casual dining experience - one that is accessible and safe.
Expect to see street food extravaganza Boxpark Wembley, Bread Ahead bakery and baking school, Pasta Remoli and Black Sheep Coffee reopen their doors on 4th July, as well as London Designer Outlet’s plethora of high-street staple restaurants and eateries, including Nandos, Pizza Express and Wagamama.
The distanced outdoor seating will allow you to enjoy dining out once again, whilst being reassured that your safety is being looked after with COVID-safe solutions, such as distanced dining tables, frequent hand-sanitising stations and sign-posted walking routes to allow plenty of space to maintain social distancing.
Better yet, to allow visitors to enjoy Wembley Park whilst avoiding public transport, we’re offering three hours free parking in our Red and Yellow Car Parks. To find out more about parking in Wembley Park, click here.
Shopping in Wembley Park
And don’t forget, Chop Chop London will also be reopening on 4th July, operating only via online bookings and cashless payments, with free haircuts to NHS workers. To find out more and book your appointment, click here.
Chop Chop London join Twenty3c, Wembley Park Market and London Designer Outlet, who all opened their doors earlier this month. Twenty3c is operating via an online booking system for both the Bike Clinic workshops and shop purchases, allowing customers to book in for advice on how to get bikes back onto the roads safely.
Wembley Park Market, the neighbourhood’s go-to for local and sustainable produce, is open Tuesday to Sunday, 11am - 4pm, as well as offering an online click and collect service to reduce in-store browsing time. Click here to browse their virtual store.
If you’re looking to do a little more indulging, the largely outdoor shopping destination, London Designer Outlet, is open daily from 10am to 5pm, with heightened health and safety measures to ensure a comfortable shopping environment. You can read more about London Designer Outlet’s reopening here.
Keeping you safe
To ensure the safety of our residents and visitors, we have implemented a range of COVID-safe solutions including nine hand sanitiser stations installed across the neighbourhood, clear and friendly signage to instruct visitors on how best to navigate the wider area including marked out lanes to help people enjoy Wembley Park’s outside space with ease and intensified hygiene solutions.