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Carlsberg Sports BarThe Casino at The Empire
5-6 Leicester Square
London WC2H 7NA
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Central London, Leicester Square. Opened in 2012, the Carlsberg Sports Bar is London's newest and shiniest sports bar destination. Set in the Casino at The Empire, entrance is free and rewarded with good food and tasty beer. It's a lively venue and holds up to 200. Large parties are encouraged to book ahead.
South West London, Putney. After major redevelopments in 2012, the Temperance is returning to its glory days as one of the best pubs for sport in London. The ridiculously high ceilings and mezzanine area give the impression that the pub is the size of a football stadium - a stadium complete with projector-style cinema and popcorn machine. Reasonably priced.
South East London, Dulwich. Pizzas, Pints and Pirelli Tyres - what more could you ask for on a Sunday afternoon. This favourite haunt of ours in East Dulwich provides all three. Another excellent offering from London based Capital Pub Company, the pub delivers on all three counts of food, drink and sport. The outdoor terrace is also a great place to hang out and people watch in the Summer!
Central London, Euston. Set almost inside Euston Station, the Doric Arch is a traditional Fuller's pub, primarily serving commuters as they wait to board trains to the north of England. That said, the pub doesn't feel too bland or rushed, as the decor is in keeping with what you'd expect from a traditional country boozer, not a bar above one of the capital's busiest stations.
Central London, Marylebone. Jetlag has quickly established itself at the head of a new breed of sports bars in London. With an excellent worldwide menu and a commitment to huge variety in the drinks department, it's a slightly classier alternative to the traditional sports-led venues. As a result, it's a huge hit with F1 fans and regularly hosts events for Grand Prixs, even those elusive 7am starts!
North London, Camden. Belushis Bars and Hostels have a strong following amongst the antipodean community of London, mostly down to their early morning openings and wide range of sporting action on the TV. Their Camden Bar is as good as any to catch the F1, with it's 7am opening time ensuring that, even on a Sunday, you don't have to miss the live action from the Far East. Licensing laws prevent any booze going down the gullet before 11, but that shouldn't put you off!