Pubs for Wembley

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  1. zime

    zime Member

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    Heading up on Saturday, but want a place that is showing the Liverpool vs United game first which is close by to the stadium?
     
  2. talkshowhost86

    talkshowhost86 Mod-Moose Staff

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    Is there a sensible way to get to the Torch without going back down Wembley Way?

    My main issue with games has been trying to have a pint after the game whilst the crowd dies down, but just getting out of the stadium itself is a bit of a nightmare and I often end up in a shit-hole like Watkin's Folly as it's near the easiest way to get out of the stadium.
     
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  3. Chris Flynn

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    Quick question, they recon its going to be packed tomorrow. What time would people suggest actually heading to the stadium to have enough time to grab a beer inside? 2?
     
  4. RickyVilla

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    You'll be a day early mate, so there won't be a queue at the bar. :D
     
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  5. Chris Flynn

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    Better safe than sorry
     
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  6. riggi

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    No idea mate. I've never gone for a drink after the game.
     
  7. Archibald Leitch

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    What are the prices like at the Torch? Made a BIG mistake and went into the Wembley Tavern for the Monaco game. I wasn't sure whether they were telling me the price of a pint of Fosters or asking for a ransom payment.
     
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  8. riggi

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    £5
     
  9. Saoirse

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    Pretty much everywhere anywhere near the stadium is £5 a pint or worse on matchdays. If you want anything cheaper you'll need to drink somewhere else (Baker Street is popular) and tube it in from there.
     
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  10. Archibald Leitch

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    2.99 in JJ Moons.
     
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  11. riggi

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    Depends what you go for. £5 is mad but it's not like it's my local so I don't mind spending it if it means it's a decent day out. Sitting in a quiet pub on match day just seems odd to me.
     
  12. Gassin's finest

    Gassin's finest Donne moi la balle, et je fais le reste...

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    The one next to JJ Moons, The Liquor Station, is a Spurs pub too. Pricier, but there's sofas and plenty of big screens.
     
  13. Archibald Leitch

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    I can get quietly drunk 40% cheaper than you. Hic.
     
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  14. Archibald Leitch

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    how much?
     
  15. Wellspurs

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    The Torch had about 4 staff one wearing a Watford shirt moaning that he couldn't watch their game.
    What other business would turn away punters willing to pay £5 for nearly a pint in plastic glasses?
     
  16. riggi

    riggi Well-Known Member

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    No need to thank me...
     
  17. RickyVilla

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    4 cans of Stella and a couple of sarnies from Sainsburys and a sing song by the picnic tables there. 8 quid.
     
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