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The Wimbledon Championships are more than a celebration of tennis. The Tournament has also become a celebration of the food and drink that are synonymous with the occasion. From fine dining to strawberries and cream, the Championships continue to serve up the most delicious food and drink year after year.

Whatever type of ticket you have, here's a run-down of the best places to eat and drink at The Championships:

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Food and drink options for Debenture Ticket holders

From The Champions’ Room to The Renshaw Restaurant, Debenture Ticket Holders have the pick of world-class cuisine at the Championships.

With 11 exclusive bars and restaurants to choose from, it’s safe to say that Debenture Ticket Holders won’t be going hungry on their visit to Wimbledon.

From relaxed bars to some of the most sophisticated dining experiences available, here are some of the restaurants you can visit on your day at The Championships.

Wimbledon Debenture restaurants

With the exception of the ballot only ' The Champions Room', the following restaurants are available to all Centre Court and No.1 Court Debenture Ticket holders:

Restaurant Menu Details
The Champions' Room

The finest British cuisines using fresh, local ingredients.

  • 4-course hot & cold lunch buffet
  • Afternoon tea
  • Strawberries & cream
  • Champagne (Lanson White Label Brut NV) & Pimm’s reception
  • Complimentary all day bar

The most exclusive Debenture restaurant on Centre Court.

Reservation required (Ballot winners only). Reserved table available for the entire day.

The Renshaw Restaurant
  • 3-course lunch
  • Classic afternoon tea

Reservation required. Reserved table available for the entire day.

The Courtside Restaurant
  • 3-course lunch
  • Waiter service fine dining and casual menus
  • Signature dishes created by celebrity chef Bryn Williams

Reservation required. On-day reservations available.

The Courtside Brasserie
  • À la carte menu
  • Alfresco dining
Reservations not required.
The Terrace Restaurant
  • Self-service food & drinks

Reservations not required.

Lunch from 11am. Light supper from 6pm till 8pm. Gets very busy at lunch and in the evenings.

The Wingfield
  • Relaxed table service menu and café
  • Takeaway coffee, snacks & sandwiches

Reservations not required.

The Gallery
  • Light snacks
  • Hot & cold drinks
Reservations not required.
The Veranda
  • Italian style lunches and light bites
  • Afternoon tea
Reservations not required.
No.1 Bar
  • Sandwiches and sushi
  • Hot & cold drinks
  • Bar
Reservations not required.

Wimbledon Debenture Bars

While Debenture Ticket holders are spoiled for choice with dining options, you can also enjoy a coffee, cool beverage or light snack at one of the Debenture bars and lounges:

Bar Details
The Gallery Bar
  • Alcohol & soft drinks
  • Coffee and pastries
  • Light snacks
The Roof Top Bar
  • Outdoor terrace overlooking the AELTC grounds
  • Sandwiches & light snacks
  • Alcohol & soft drinks
The Lounge
  • Self-service
  • Lunch is served from 11am
  • Afternoon tea
  • Light supper served between 6-8pm
  • Alcohol & soft drinks
The No.1 Bar
  • Sandwiches & sushi served until 2pm
  • Alcohol & soft drinks
  • Open till 10pm

How do I make a reservation for a Wimbledon Debenture restaurant?

Debenture Ticket holders should book when reservations open in early May. Debenture holders are notified by email when the reservation period opens in May. Booking instructions are included in the notification email.

Reservations must be made by the Debenture Holder. If you have purchased a Debenture Ticket from a Debenture Owner, you will need to ask the original Debenture Holder to make an early reservation yourself.

On-the-day reservations can still be made if you have a Wimbledon Debenture Ticket. Visit the Debenture Reception (opposite Gate 3), to make an on-the-day reservation enquiry.

See also: Wimbledon Debentures & Debenture Tickets - What's the difference?

Food and drink options for Ballot and Queue Ticket holders

While Wimbledon’s restaurants serve offer excellent fine dining, there’s much more to taste and experience around the Championships. The tournament annually hosts some of the best food stalls and pop-up restaurants that London has to offer:

Venue Food and drink options Location
The Larder
  • Sandwiches & salads
  • Light refreshments
  • Strawberries & cream
  • Soft drinks, tea & coffee
No.1 Court (West side)
Refreshments on the Hill
  • Hot & cold drinks
St Mary's Walk
Walled Garden Food Market
  • Hot food takeaway
  • Strawberries & cream
  • Larder
  • Bar
No.1 Court (West side)
Food Village
  • Hot food takeaway (Wok, fish & chips, pizza, grill etc.)
  • Sandwiches & salads
  • Strawberries & cream
  • Soft drinks, tea & coffee
  • Bar
No.1 Court (East side)
Long Bar
  • Soft drinks, tea & coffee
Centre Court (East side)
Tea Lawn
  • Hot food takeaway
  • Strawberries & cream
Centre Court (East side)
Lawn Buffet
  • Sandwiches & salads
  • Pasties
  • Soft drinks, tea & coffee
Centre Court (East side)
Bakery
  • Sandwiches & pastries
No.2 Court (South side)
Village Bar
  • Soft drinks, tea & coffee
  • Bar
No.2 Court (South West side)
Larder
  • Sandwiches & salads
  • Light refreshments
  • Strawberries & cream
  • Soft drinks, tea & coffee
No.2 Court (South West side)

Picnicking

Planning on setting up camp and having an all-day picnic at Wimbledon? No problem.

You can bring food and drink with you into The Championships. However, the Wimbledon Spectator Rules state that you cannot bring picnic hampers, flasks, cool boxes or camping chairs.

You can bring alcohol into the Grounds, but you will be limited to:

  • 1 x 750ml bottle of wine or Champagne
  • 2 x cans of 500ml beer
  • No spirits or fortified wines allowed

Can I get breakfast at the Wimbledon Championships?

The Wimbledon Grounds open daily at 10am. If you want to grab breakfast beforehand, the Wimbledon area is well served by breakfast cafe's.

For the past few years people in the Wimbledon Queue have been able to grab a coffee and bacon bap (or vegetarian equivalent).

If you can wait until you get in to the Grounds, you will be able to buy coffee and croissants, and some cafe's and restaurants offer a brunch menu.

Secure your place at the 2022 Championships now

We currently have Wimbledon Debenture Tickets available to buy for Centre Court and No.1 Court, for every day of the 2022 Championships.

To get the ball rolling:

Green & Purple client benefits: Travel pass for travel to and from Wimbledon, Assistance with dining reservations in Debenture restaurants, Specialist team on hand to discuss queries or advice.

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We had a great time on Saturday

"Just wanted to let you know that we had a great time on Saturday and that it all went smoothly. I didn’t realise it was better than making a booking in a restaurant, but even then we were very lucky to get a beautiful table for 6 at the Wingfield restaurant. It was the only one available! Thanks for helping me organise this nice day with the family and let’s stay in touch for future years."

Gabriel Buteler

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