I complete the splash over the pond last year, touching from my beloved New York City to London. I have continuously had a special place for London in my emotion and when the chance came to work in London I might not turn it down.
There are many things that I looked forward to exploring in London, and of course all the museums and famous landmarks were high up on the list but finding a good sports bar in London was certainly the main priority. I am an enormous sports fan, I love my American sports, counting American Football and Baseball, and so a sport bar in London that presented American sports was vital. I was also keen to hold the British sports on offer, I was strong-minded to give Cricket a go, and have always shadowed the English premier league.
After digging around on the internet it developed clear that there were plenty of options for sports bars in London. The most famous and protuberant one I came across seemed to be The Sports Cafe in Haymarket. I spoke to a few Londoner’s and it definitely came recommended so I thought I would try it out first for American Football. The New England Patriots were playing the New York Jets, quite a fierce rivalry, so this was a perfect game to watch in a bar for the atmosphere. Sure enough the Sports Cafe was showing this on the big screen and boy was I impressed with this sports bar. There are TV screens dotted all over the bar, the decor is dedicated to sports, even with a model F1 car, so you walk in knowing that if there is a big sports occasion on then this London bar sure will have it presentation.
There were heaps of American Football fans there viewing the game and it was great to have table service where we might sit down, enjoy the game and order sufficiently of beer and a bit of food. The menu is classic American, so lots of Burgers, sandwiches and Chicken wings! After talking to the staff here I also determined that this was truly a 24/7 sports bar as they show live sports all through the night if there is a big game on. For instance Cricket fans flock here for the Ashes games amid England and Australia so if you are out revelry on want to finish the nightly off in London with sports then this is the place to go.
After the sports bar I was after somewhat a bit more local and true as it was certainly more of an American style sports bar. I spoke to a few work generations and bare there were plenty of traditional London pubs presentation sports.
The best by far that I came crossways was The Three Kings in Kensington. This is another devoted sports bar in London but its set in a huge pub with devoted zones depending on what game is on, so you might have a bunch of rugger fans crowded in the front room reassuring on their team, and then a load of football fans in another area watching the multiple screens. The atmosphere is electric in here with plenty of singing and has fast become one of my favorite bars in London to watch sport.
A few countless sports bars in London comprise the Jetlag bar in central London which has comfortable sofas and a nice tranquil atmosphere for watching the games. I also actually like The Roxy in London Bridge which duos up as a cinema in the twilights so this pretty cool place to timepiece the Rugby in specific. If you want lively air then The Clapham Grand is a bizarre setting as it’s an old drama so you can sit back with over 1,200 people and watch on one of the main sports screens I have ever seen!
As you can see there are plenty of options for sports bars in London so I hope you enjoy some of these.