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Where To Watch Football And Eat Good Food
11 spots to eat good food and (maybe) watch good football.
Acme Fire Cult
If you’re in the market for a buzzing covered terrace, expert vegetarian small plates, and big barbecue dishes, then Dalston’s Acme Fire Cult is where you want to be.
The restaurant Formerly Known As Black Axe Mangal (F.K.A.B.A.M) is still on Highbury Corner and is still doing its loud and proud thing.
6 Restaurants With BBQs (When You Can’t Be Arsed To Host A BBQ)
Avoid that call to the London Fire Brigade. Make a booking at one of these fire-focused restaurants instead.
Temper City is an open-fire BBQ restaurant with lots of meat, lots of curry, and an excellent soundtrack of classic 90′s rock.
Big Easy is a loud and proud diner with Big BBQ Energy, lots of lobster, and a seriously boozy happy hour.
Cue Point is a British Afghan catering company who have popped up at The Chiswick Pavilion and are making some excellent smoked meats.
St. Felix Place
An open-air bar, taproom, and garden a stone’s throw away from Borough Market.
Bodean’s in Soho is the place to go when you want to watch sports and eat alright BBQ food.
Feast Bar And Kitchen
Feast Bar and Kitchen in the revamped White City is great spot for a big group hang.
The Crabtree is a pub in Fulham that you'll be happy to go to even if you hate Fulham. It is also has the best beer garden in West London.
Whitecross Street Market
Whitecross Street Market runs between Old Street and the Barbican, and is one of London’s busiest street markets.
Frank’s Café & Campari Bar
Frank’s in Peckham is a rooftop bar with the most impressive view of the London skyline, and has the added bonus of serving reasonably priced drinks.
Beef & Brew
Beef and Brew specialises in - shocker - steaks and beer. It’s every bachelor’s dream dinner, and it’s perfect for a casual meal.