If you haven’t got a ticket for the enclosure and don’t feel like queuing, then a spot on Murray’s Mound is the ideal alternative for soaking up the atmosphere and watching the action on the live screens. Bring a picnic with you so you have supplies for the whole day – make sure to include fresh strawberries and Pimms in your basket for the true Wimbledon experience.
If you don’t fancy crowds and want to celebrate in a more sophisticated manner then the the stylish Chelsea hotspot, Bluebird, is your perfect solution. Drink and eat wine al fresco in their sun-drenched courtyard while watching the tennis on their big screen. There is even a special menu for the Men’s Final.
Ivy Cafe, Wimbledon
This Summer, The Ivy has crossed the Thames and opened a branch in SW19. Housed in the old Barclays building on the high street, there is a sunny terrace, alluring bar and dining room – providing the perfect stylish break. We recommend their brunches for a nourishing start to a long day of cheering!
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