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Farringdon's Sports Bar and Grill is a busy venue that shows all of the big sporting events within a comfortable and friendly environment.

Ranked #1339 of 2091 pubs & bars in London
"Award winning Sports Bar & Grill is the leading sports restaurant group with five superbly designed venues across central London, is the place to dine, drink and watch the best live sports action. Broadcasting a wide selection of British, American & European live sports daily as well as financial & international news channels in a relaxed, comfortable environment whilst enjoying a quality dining and drinking experience from a friendly professional team. Open seven days a week serving breakfast , through to an extensive all day dining and trademarked BeerDogs menu using freshly delivered produce all prepared, cooked and served from an open plan kitchen alongside a large range of wines, champagnes, beers and spirits. Offers free high speed WiFi, plug sockets for charging lap tops and phones, links to screens for presentations and private areas that can be reserved for meetings, events and corporate sports hospitality. Four American Pool tables available for hire by the hour or for corporate pool nights. Darts boards are available for play soon."

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Opening Hours
MON

07:00 - 23:00

TUE

07:00 - 23:00

WED

07:00 - 23:00

THU

07:00 - 23:00

FRI

07:00 - 00:00

SAT

09:00 - 23:00

SUN

09:00 - 22:30

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By Anna G.

I came here over the summer for a few drinks while Wimbledon was on. Great multiple screens, great atmosphere. Drinks are standard prices for London. Only let down was the cheesecake, I wasn't feeling particularly hungry & just fancied something sweet. Priced at £7 it's certainly wasn't cheap and I was expecting a decent slice but it was the smallest portion ever, very disappointing. Other then that it's a great place for some after work drinks while taking in the sport.


By Christine M.

Not just for sports fans!

As a person who isn't particularly a big fan of sports, I wasn't sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised, however, when I went inside and saw the gorgeous chandeliers and tasteful decor. A great place to visit if you're with someone who wants to watch a game, but you just want to have something tasty to eat and have a drink or 2!


By Andrew F.

Nice bar - ignorant staff. Had 5 beers on our table. Bill came with 9 on as they had the previous persons on. No issue until manager said we were in the wrong and she would remove as a "gesture of good will". Unbelievable arrogance - never even apologised


By Ben W.

Situated in a secluded courtyard off Cowcross Street, Farringdon, this is one of three branches of the Sports Bar and Grill in London, offering big screen sports coverage along with a massive menu of food and drink, from breakfasts to evening meals.

The Venue
The first thing you notice is the huge array of screens capable of screening several events simultaneously in different parts of the bar, along with some impressive sporting paraphernalia including signed shirts and photos. That said, they’ve taken steps to make sure the environment is more female-friendly than the average sports bar, with wine glasses on the tables and their large range of wines on display. As well as the main room, with its long and well staffed bar, there’s also the more secluded Scarlet bar which is hired out for work conferences and private parties.

The Atmosphere
As well as the obvious sports fans when there’s a large event on, it varies from solitary workers taking advantage of the bar’s boast of a power point at every table to catch up on emails, to families and friends enjoying a meal with the added pleasure of its open frontage when the weather’s hot.

The Food
One if the most extensive menus of any bar/restaurant in London, with something approaching 50 different choices, all served in big portions on wooden boards to add rustic charm. Kick off with traditional starters such as soup of the day (£3.95), smoked salmon (£8.95), or a half rack of bbq ribs (£5.95). There’s definitely an American influence on the main courses, from hot dogs with sautéed onions, melted mature cheddar and bbq sauce (£7.95-£8.95) to a large selection of different burgers, including a low carb option (£8.45). There’s also an unprecedented choice of three different veggie burgers (£7.95-£8.95), cold and warm sandwiches (£4.95-£9.95), salads (£8.95-£11.95), steak grills (£17.95-£18.95) and a Sunday roast (£12.95).

The Drink
A similarly wide choice at the bar, too. On draught there’s Fosters, Ringwood, EPA and John Smith‘s (all £3.70 per pint), Strongbow (£3.80), Kronenbourg and Guinness (£3.90), Heineken (£4.30), Tiger (£4.50) and bottles including Old Speckled Hen (£3.90), Peroni (£3.80), Windhoek (£3.80) and Bulmer’s (£4.40) for cider drinkers, among others. White wines starts with the Monterio Viura (Spain) at £4.95 per glass or £14.75 per bottle, and peaks with the Joseph Mellot Sancerre (£35). Red wines start with the Monterio Tempranillo (£4.95/£14.75), with plenty of more expensive options to tickle your tastebuds. There’s also a handful of rose wines (£16-£19.50), champagnes and sparkling wine (£22.95-£140).

The Last Word
Superlative, friendly service, generous portions and a choice of food that should keep most diners happy all mean that you don’t need to be a sports fan to be a fan of the Sports Bar and Grill.

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