Beers from Boxpark Wembley in Wembley Park

Bars and Pubs around Wembley Stadium

If you’re heading to an event or match at Wembley Stadium, it’s time to get excited.

No, not for the sport (although we’re sure it will be fun), but for the excellent bars and pubs around Wembley Stadium. Seriously – who needs a show when the watering holes are this good?

Restaurants near Wembley Stadium

Which of these Wembley Stadium restaurants will be on your menu before the match?

Can’t settle on just one? BOXPARK Wembley combines the best restaurants near Wembley Stadium, all under one roof. With 22 street food vendors, 2 bars on site, and the PlayBox where you can drink while you warm up with some shuffleboard, beer pong, or football tables, BOXPARK is the perfect pre-match destination. Everyone can get exactly what they love to eat – create a mix and match menu of Taiwanese bao buns from Bao House, Caribbean soul food from Mama Jacq’s, and Filipino barbecue from Spoon & Rice.

There’s a reason why TGI Fridays is famous worldwide as a party destination – they know how to have a great time. With decadent food and their signature cocktail menu, this is a perfect place to dine and drink before the match or show. Start your night off right with one of their “Famous at Fridays Drinks” – an Ultimate sized Long Island Iced Tea, a Strawberry Daiquiri, or a Pornstar Martini. Don’t want anything alcoholic? They also have an extensive menu of low or no ABV cocktails.

You can’t go wrong with The White Horse Pub, one of the closest pubs near Wembley Stadium. Located in the heart of the action, this Wembley Stadium pub attracts a fun crowd on match day. It doesn’t hurt that they stock great local ales and draught beer, have a lengthy wine list, and serve up some delicious pub classics, such as burgers, fish and chips, or an Owton’s dry-aged 8oz rib-eye steak. With a pint of ale and a Chalcroft Farm beef burger, you’re onto a winner.

Depending on where you’re coming from, it might make sense to head a bit further afield. These bars and pubs around Wembley Stadium are either walking distance to the venue or a short bus journey away, so you can have your tipple with plenty of time before kick-off.

For a classic pub atmosphere just a 9-minute walk away, The Corner House can’t be beat. If you want a real football lover’s bar/restaurant near Wembley Stadium, head to The Blue Check Café, just a 12-minute walk away. They’re known for great pizzas and pints, and they have a projector and four massive TVs so you can keep up with the pre-game action.

A little further afield, you have two footballer’s pubs dedicated to the art of the sport.

The Swan and The Fox and Goose Hotel are classic options for watching the pre-game with like-minded punters.

Bars and pubs near Wembley Stadium

Where will you grab a drink (or two) before the match? With these bars and pubs near Wembley Stadium, it’s easy to quench your thirst.