170, Victoria St, London, SW1E 5LB -
£3000 min spend
Greenwood pub, restaurant and sports lounge is open all day, seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, pre/post theatre dining and weekend brunches in the heart of London Victoria.
The upstairs Sports Lounge boasts five screens (including two mega screens), showing all competitive domestic and international sport throughout the day and night.
Up to 38 guests can have a seated breakfast, lunch, or dinner in this open-concept, semi-private area.
Alternatively, our Fanzone can accommodate up to 60 and standing, making it the ideal location for a lively drinks reception with one of the best screen views that your guests will love.
Capacity & layout
up to 75
Catering & drinks
Table / chairs included
Audio & visual
Big Screen TVs
Licensed for alcohol
100% refundable 5 days before the event
Great sports pub! Watched the Arsenal Man City Match here. Sharmin & Ify were wonderful hosts, and extremely attentive.. They made us feel super welcome & delivered our food in a swift manner. The space was vast, had indoor & outdoor areas with many screens to view the game. Incredible atmosphere that could rival going to the Emirates while on a budget.
A fine, large sports bar, really close to Victoria underground and station. Lots of big screens, an upstairs bar too. Unfortunately, suffering at the moment from internal works going on, so the inevitable disruption of bits roped off and drills etc. disturbing the peace, still it will be over soon, maybe... Loads of keg beer on offer, served with a welcoming smile. Perhaps not the place for'real ale' lovers, at least as far as I could see, no cask ales apparent. Ideal if you want to see some sport or meet friends. 🙃
A nice sports bar to enjoy football. Get pretty busy so I’d recommend booking in advance if you want a decent seat. There are many screens and we were able to enjoy the game with a big screen right in front of us. Got hungry and ordered food. Prices were steep so was expecting good grub but the pizza was very underwhelming. My mate also wasn’t a fan of the nachos. Good atmosphere and service was quick, but given the prices, I’d expect a lot better quality.
The food is okay. The waitress asked us few times about allergies and eating pork. Unfortunately, the information that it's a cashless point on the front door is so small that we could barely can see it even after being informed that it's there. For tourists it's a big surprise you can only pay by card. Quite disappointing. The prices are higher than in other places.
Every pint being short poured is sharp business, but asking for a tip when serving at the bar, and then refusing to top them up is a piss take. If I hadn't already paid, I'd have refused to pay for these. I've cropped the barman's face out because he's clearly been told to do it, as all bar staff do the same. Obviously not returning. And after these pictured pints, it only got worse through the night. At almost £7/pint, I'd at least like it to be close to full. Summary: Do not pay until you have received a satisfactory pint, because it won't be topped up, so make sure you don't order through the table QR code.