World Cup Weekend Roundup

This weekend, plans can easily be divided into those that involve watching the World Cup or cowering somewhere far away from any hint of the beautiful game.

Watch the football:

Find the best places to watch the World Cup in London with our guide. And let us know if we’ve missed any gems in the comments box below.

Avoid the football:

  • Absolut Ice Bar has proclaimed itself a football-free zone with discount food offers and cocktails for £5 until 9pm. 12 Jun 2010
  • Get 50% off your food at Dim t during all England World Cup matches. Download the voucher and make sure you place your order between kick-off and final whistle
  • If the weather’s good, escape to the terrace at Sanderson for an al fresco champagne dinner and not so much as a mention of the F-word. 7pm, 12 & 18 Jun 2010

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  1. Lisa says:

    For all of you football fans out there, whilst in the World Cup mood don’t forget to go and do a tour of Wembley Stadium… it’s awesome and lasts 90 minutes. http://www.wembleystadium.com/wembleystadiumtour/default.aspx

  2. Pinday Hyde says:

    Fans of the England and Italian national teams are going to love watching the World Cup away from home at Rossopomodoro.

    The authentic Neapolitan pizzeria has created a delicious St George Cross pizza, offering the perfect line-up of Neapolitan culinary flair and iconic English design.

    The Rossopomodoro England pizza is created with fresh Buffalo Mozzarella, San Marzano tomato sauce, topped with fresh cherry tomatoes from Naples and finally dressed with a sprinkle of extra-virgin olive oil from the Amalfi coast.

    Diners can also score a complimentary beer at Rossopomodoro. Every time Italy wins, they will receive a free beer to celebrate.

    Rossopomodoro will be showing all the World Cup’s matches in its three restaurants at Covent Garden, Notting Hill and Fulham throughout the competition, so log on to http://www.rossopomodoro.co.uk to see which games are scheduled.

    Get ahead of the game and book your table early to avoid disappointment and become an honorary Azzurri on Italy’s match days. Forza Italia!

  3. Lisa says:

    Just found out that Fulham FC are doing live screenings of the England games at Craven Cottage, you even get a pie and pint on arrival… http://www.fulhamfc.com/Hospitality/SpecialOffersAndEvents/WorldCupEvent.aspx

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