Time Out says
This Haymarket spot used to be known as the Sports Café, and continues to be a one-stop-shop for pretty much all things sport. There are 34 screens showing more than 70 sports channels from around the world, with big games getting near-blanket coverage. Plus there are ping pong and pool tables, should you get the urge to get active.
The food menu is inspired by America, so expect burgers, hot dogs, chicken wings, racks of ribs, potato skins, pulled pork wraps and US-style pizzas. Milkshakes, chocolate brownies, ice cream sundaes and slices of apple pie also feature. Drinks include continental lagers, cocktails, shooters and mocktails.
Keep an eye out for seasonal events and special offers.
Users say (4)
Average User Rating
4.8 / 5
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Came here to watch the NFL on Thanksgiving and it's a great venue - screen is huge, food is very good for a sports bar and location is excellent.
Great venue, amazing to watch American Football (College and NFL!) and good grub. Friendly staff and could take a break from the screens upstairs and shoot some pool.
It's transfer deadline day, I'm in central london and news breaks of a my team spending millions on a player. Great fortune I was near Rileys Sports Bar where I had a choice of many screens so didn't miss the latest updates...and got to enjoy some surprisingly good food at the same time. Service with a smile, greeted warmly and serve hot food in a timely fashion. It maybe beer and wings or hot dogs...exactly what you want with sport on the big screen! Certainly put this Rileys back on my radar that is more than the pool membership place where I spend many hours in my student days...