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Passyunk Avenue - Nine Elms

Location pin

7 New Union Square, Embassy Gardens, London, SE1 7NN - 

  • Users

    Up to
    100 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Philadelphia's dive bars serve as the cultural hubs of the city. In London, we've recreated authentic dive bars for American Expats and enthusiasts to enjoy. Come sip on American beer, indulge in authentic American cuisine, and catch major sports events like the Superbowl, college football, basketball, and baseball. Our venues give off a laid-back vibe with sincere and friendly service. They have been meticulously curated to faithfully mimic the experience of a Philly dive bar. Expect an immersive and genuine atmosphere, perfect for unwinding and connecting with fellow sports lovers.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 100

Dining

Dining

up to 60

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Heating

Heating

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Natural light

Natural light

Audio & visual

Sound system

Sound system

Microphone

Microphone

Projector & screen

Projector & screen

TV screen

TV screen

WiFi

WiFi

Space rules

Allowed events

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Location

Reviews

  • Akari

    June 2024

    Came in to celebrate my daughter visiting us from Philadelphia and she said she wanted to come here to see how accurate it truly is to the real thing. All of the food we ordered tasted identical to the real Philly items! Our waiters, Kacey and Jordan were super helpful and we loved having someone from Philly to give recommendations on food and drinks. Elise was also super helpful in explaining the different beers. My daughter said it felt like she was back home!

  • Jason Stubblefield (Stub)

    July 2024

    "American-style" dive bar meets London local. Food is spot-on--if not better than--one might hope to get in Philadelphia. I might eat here or do takeaway a bit more than I should! A great variety of beer on-tap (yeah, they're American or American-style, but what do you expect?) I definitely have a few more pints here than I should! As another reviewer mentioned, walks a great line between catering to the international community in the area and being a proper neighborhood local. And there are plenty of locals around most days. And they're all as friendly and welcoming as the amazing staff! If you're craving a proper "American" meal: this is the place to go. If you're craving a fun, easy night out with mates after work: this is the place to go. If you just want to sit and watch the goings-on at a busy and fun bar: this is the place to go. A great American sport bar that welcomes all. Quiz nights, sporting events, live music, and other special events bring out the best in this joint! I bring all of my mates visiting from the States here at least once. Not one of them have been disappointed! I suspect you won't be, either!

  • Hass Kop

    July 2024

    Watched the England Euros game. Lots of screens with very good visibility wherever you are. Could hear the TV commentary, which is great. Service top notch. Spacious sports bar and great atmosphere! Free Table Tennis and corn hole. Genuine American/Philly experience. Family friendly too.

  • Nick Ghateh

    May 2024

    Passyunk Avenue is a jolly good American restaurant chain that takes its inspiration from the delightful cuisine of Philadelphia. The name is borrowed from a famous street in South Philadelphia, known for its lively food and dining scene. It's a hot spot for locals and tourists, packed with restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. Philly cuisine is a real mixed bag of traditional American dishes, international influences, and local specialties, creating a diverse and mouthwatering culinary scene. So, there were six of us, and we kicked off our foodie adventure with some ciders and beers. As for starters, we went all out and ordered a bit of everything: Philly nachos, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, Philly quesadillas, eggplant dippers, and spicy Wizz and chips. Let me tell you, it was a tough call to pick a favorite because every single dish was scrumptious! For the main course, some of us went for the famous Philly specialty sandwiches, while others opted for the St. Louis BBQ ribs. Now, I have to be honest here. The ribs didn't quite tickle my taste buds the right way. They were slathered in a thick BBQ sauce that was a bit too overpowering, and the meat itself was on the dry side. Not the best ribs I've ever had, I must say. But overall, it was a jolly good experience! The staff was attentive and the atmosphere was welcoming. I reckon it's definitely worth a visit if you fancy exploring the flavors of Philly in a lively setting. Cheers! Nick ( #doctorfoodielondon)