23 July 2014

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Where to enjoy Wimbledon 2010


Want to savour that quintessentially British sporting event, Wimbledon? We've dug out a selection of venues to get you in the mood for the tennis action, and then some choice places to watch it live.

To get you in the mood:


tennis_ball5.jpgEastside Inn: Chef-patron Bjorn van der Horst has created a special strawberries and cream dish (left), contained within a white chololate, tennis ball-shaped sphere rolled in coconut, which will be on his dessert menu from 21 June-4 July, priced at £6.95.

Park Terrace: Measuring eight feet long by six inches wide, the restaurant has created what must be the world's biggest strawberry tart to celebrate the start of Wimbledon. Made with strawberries, fresh cream and puff pastry, the tart is available to guests from 21 June, priced at £3 for a one-inch slice.



To watch the action:

Bluebird: Watch the tennis in the courtyard with a bowl of strawberries and cream and a glass of Lanson Champagne.

Le Café Anglais: The Bayswater restaurant will be showing matches in its private dining room, when it's not booked out. Punters can check availability on the restaurant's website. A full kitchen and bar service will be available.

Canteen Canary Wharf: Receive a free strawberries and cream Eton mess when you order Nyetimber British sparkling wine during the tournament. Also available for take-away so you can enjoy the offer while watching the action on Canary Wharf's big screen. Canary Wharf branch only.

The Capital: The Knightsbridge hotel is setting up a bespoke Wimbledon lounge for the tennis, complete with a 50-inch television, with a special Wimbledon cocktail also available for £12.

Coq d'Argent: Enjoy a special summer menu, a glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and watch the tennis action on the terrace at the City restaurantWimbledon - Skyview - Skyview_Suites_2008_(209).jpg.


Gaucho Piccadilly: The Argentinean steakhouse is erecting its very own tennis court outside, where guests can enjoy the full menu while watching the tennis action on a giant screen.

My Dining Room: The restaurant and bar will be showing matches on two large screens, as well as serving a special strawberry-flavoured Wimbledon cocktail.

The Phene: The newly relaunched Chelsea pub and restaurant will be showing the tennis on a large screen in the bar area

The Rivoli Bar at The Ritz: The iconic hotel is showing the matches live, and has created a special gin-based cocktail called 'deuce', priced at £17.

The Terrace Garden at The Langham: A lounge adjacent to the terrace will show Wimbledon matches.

For last-minute tickets to watch the action live, check out some of the top-end hospitality available. Places are still available in the stylish art deco Gatsby Club facility and the Wimbledon Club, which overlooks the practice courts.

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