From perfectly poured pints to experimental cocktails and your favourite tipples, Wembley Park is home to some of north-west London's best bars and pubs.
Get ready to enjoy a well-deserved drink (or two) with our guide to the best boozers in Wembley Park.
Bars and pubs in Wembley Park
From pre-event meetups to post-work unwinds and amazing nights out, which Wembley Park pub will you be heading to first?
A guaranteed good time with good food and even better drinks, BOXPARK Wembley in Wembley Park is easily one of the best bars in North-West London. Not only do they have multiple bars serving up the best beers around, their ever-changing cocktail menu and packed spirits list means everyone is kept happy. Tie this in with their incredible selection of food from over 22 street food traders and their year-round mostly-free events programme and DJ sets and you've got yourself a good night out.
If you fancy making your trip a little more interesting, why not check out BOXPARK Wembley's play facilities. Try your hand at Canada's popular pastime with Bad Axe, or enter the virtual world with VR adventures at meetspaceVR. If you love music and crazy golf, their brand new Pop Golf experience will be for you. Find out more about Wembley Park's play and leisure facilities here.
What to try at BOXPARK Wembley
We recommend a trustworthy pint (or jug) of their signature beer, Coors. If lager isn't your thing, their summer cocktail menu will have you drooling with frozen favourites like Strawberry Daiquiris and Pornstar Martinis.
The White Horse Pub
A quintessentially British pub, you can't go wrong with a visit to The White Horse pub in Wembley Park. Located in Arena Square opposite the iconic The SSE Arena, Wembley, the Fullers-owned gastropub boasts a seriously heavy menu of local ales and draft lagers, classic cocktails and a lengthy list of wines and spirits. Complemented with a chef-special menu of elevated pub grub and two floors of inside and outside seating, you're onto a winner.
If you're planning a visit, The White Horse hosts a popular Monday night pub quiz that you and your pals will love.
What to try at The White Horse
Of course, if you're heading to a pub under the Fullers Brewery, we recommend checking out one of their pints like classic cask ale London Pride or one of their seasonal. On a sunny day, you can't go wrong with an Aperol Spritz.
For drinks with a little more flare, Las Iguanas' vibrant decor and even more vivacious drinks menu is for you. Their experimental twists on much-loved cocktails and carefully curated list of beers and wines make this Latin American favourite a top pick of ours. And want makes Las Iguana's even better? 2 for 1 cocktails (and mocktails) all day every day is what. Yes, it may sound a little too good to be true but we promise, it's not.
Looking for a bottomless brunch in Wembley? We've got you! Las Iguanas has an everyday bottomless brunch in Wembley Park for just £29.95 per person. That's 90 minutes of unlimited prosecco or draught beer with their incredible brunch menu. More of a cocktail person? You can upgrade your brunch for just £5 per person for unlimited top-ups of some of their classics.
What to try at Las Iguanas
It's got to be a cocktail. Whether it's one of their famous Strawberry Caipirinhas or minty Mojitos, or an experimental Margaritas or Passion Fruit Zombie's, you can't go wrong.
Home of the ultimate Birra Moretti and good times, TGI Friday's is more than just a burger joint. Their signature cocktails make it obvious why they are a world-famous party destination, and their 'Go Ultimate' option means you can get all your favs in an even bigger serving - perfect for sharing. Or not.
But it's not just cocktails that give them their rep as their curated list of draught beers and extensive selection of gins are just as impressive. Why not ask the bartender for their choice of mixer to create the perfect serve.
What to try at TGI Friday's
We highly suggest ordering a nice-cold pint of Birra Moretti if visiting TGI's. It's what they're known for. But you also can't go wrong with their iconic Purple Rain cocktail, a blend of a Havana Club rum, blue Curaçao, Stohli and Chambord.
Sky Bar 9
For a bar with a little more pizazz, Sky Bar 9 in Hilton London Wembley is for you. Not only does the rooftop terrace boast some superb views of Wembley Park, their decadent menu of sophisticated cocktails, flavourful wines and classic draught beers make this stylish bar a unique experience with an even better atmosphere. Pair with some speciality dishes from their selective menu for a whole new meaning of dinner with drinks.
Make sure you check out their rotating specials with delicious dishes paired with complementing drinks.
What to try at Sky Bar 9
You can't go wrong with a well-poured pint or premium spirit, but their Lond Island Ice Tea or refreshing Negroni are also winners.
The best bars and pubs in Wembley Park
Where will you grab a drink (or two) at Wembley Park? With these bars and pubs it’s easy to quench your thirst.