Pubs for Wembley

riggi

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Well I thought the torch got pretty good. They weren't letting in as many people as other games though.

Where did everyone else drink? Any stop of at baker st?
 

southlondonyiddo

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Was in The Green Man.

Pretty much zero atmosphere but really easy to get a beer outside

Nowhere near as many people their as I'd have thought
 

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Was drinking at JJ Moons just up from the station. It's a weatherspoons and at 3.40 for a pint of Guinness you really can't complain.

Fairly decent atmosphere, bouncers are ****s but apart from that haha.
 

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Was drinking at JJ Moons just up from the station. It's a weatherspoons and at 3.40 for a pint of Guinness you really can't complain.

Fairly decent atmosphere, bouncers are ****s but apart from that haha.
Is that the pub near Wembley central? I'm going Sunday, need to work out which way I'm getting there, for beer reasons of course.(y)
 

PostmanNat

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Is that the pub near Wembley central? I'm going Sunday, need to work out which way I'm getting there, for beer reasons of course.(y)
It's less than a 5 minute walk from both the Wembley Central and Wembley stadium stations. You can't miss is, big blue fucker haha. Download the weatherspoons app and it will even direct you from the station mate.
 

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It's less than a 5 minute walk from both the Wembley Central and Wembley stadium stations. You can't miss is, big blue fucker haha. Download the weatherspoons app and it will even direct you from the station mate.
Out of interest, what were queues like for drinks? We ended up drinking in Kilburn and getting train to Wembley Central and walked past the spoons and it looked alright, so considering it for Burnley.
 

PostmanNat

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Out of interest, what were queues like for drinks? We ended up drinking in Kilburn and getting train to Wembley Central and walked past the spoons and it looked alright, so considering it for Burnley.
I've got the weatherspoons app, I litterally place an order on my phone and the staff come and bring me my drinks haha. The ques aren't very big though, you shouldn't have to wait any more than a couple of minutes if you're standing at the bar.
 

riggi

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I've got the weatherspoons app, I litterally place an order on my phone and the staff come and bring me my drinks haha. The ques aren't very big though, you shouldn't have to wait any more than a couple of minutes if you're standing at the bar.
What's the atmosphere like?
 
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I think the place that did the most money was Sainsbury's. So many fans just going in an buying beer and drinking straight outside the shop. It was right opposite the fan zone and the police were not saying or doing anything. Never seen such public drinking.
 

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I think the place that did the most money was Sainsbury's. So many fans just going in an buying beer and drinking straight outside the shop. It was right opposite the fan zone and the police were not saying or doing anything. Never seen such public drinking.
Not worth the hassle I guess.
 

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Bringing this back up now we are all used to Wembley!
I'm taking a mate on Saturday and wondered what pub has singing etc like the WHL Brickies these days?
 
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