Welcome to London! The city that sleeps…a lot.
Unlike other global centres of culture, London is a city that shuts down early.
Many local councils are more concerned with noise than fun, so as a consequence many late night activities have been hurled to the hounds.
If you are looking to find late activity-you will need to be in the know.
Luckily, we are in the know.
If you’re looking to watch late night NFL with sound, you are going to be SOL in most cases.
While some Casino’s in central London might show them, they will be packed with drunks and pickpockets, and you will probably not get any sound.
There are a few places however that might fit the bill.
Palm Beach Casino
A truly classy casino in central London with a very wicked sports bar.
The casino is open 24 hours, so you can watch all of the NFL games here on multiple screens.
Savour some great cocktails from talented mixologists, or just drink beer.
Right in the heart of London, so you can get back to your hotel with ease.
Asper’s casino is quite a huge casino located in Stratford, so it works if you’re staying in that area of the city. A relatively new casino, their sports offering isn’t up to speed yet-so you might struggle to see the game. If you’re dressed in NFL gear-you might also get stopped at the door, so make sure you are well behaved. Open 24hrs.
Looking for some late night NFL watching in Shoreditch? Roadtrip is a place to go, as it is right near Old Street station and all of Shoreditch. They show NFL on Sundays, and because they close at 1am-you should be able to watch the full Packers v Cowboys game
The kitchen is open, but given that most meals are either fried or microwaved, you might want to pop across the road to the kebab shop.
Bar Italia Soho
This historic London venue is a great place to unwind, grab some food and drink and soak up the history of Soho. It is usually open until 5am on a Sunday, and the kitchen is full of great options to soak up your beer ravaged belly.
Soho can be quite sketchy at night, especially around the ATMs-so have a friend spot you if you head out single.
Duck and Waffle
Mmmm, who’s hungry for food and a heck of a view? Duck and Waffle near Liverpool street station is 40 floors up, and serves food 24 hours a day. You might want to make a reservation if there’s a bunch of you-but on a Sunday you should be set for a great feast. Enjoy the soaring views of London as the sun rises and all those losers have to go to work, while you get to nurse a hangover.
Aces and Eights
Love a bit of Rock n’ Roll? Aces and Eights in Tufnell Park is a funky bar that specialises in comedy, music and performance. Luckily, they are also open until 1am on a Sunday.
The bar is also located fairly close to the stadium, so if you grab a taxi after the game, you can enjoy at least 4 hours of solid boozing.
A hip and cool bar in the hippest area of London-Dalston. This boozer is open until 2:30am on Sundays, and has loads of great cocktails and live entertainment. Sunday’s offer female DJs and is a trans night, so you can mix and mingle with a progressive London Sunday.
Slim Jim’s Liquorstore
Do you like American rock’n’roll? Then you should hit Slim Jim’s after the game. This boozer between Highbury and Islington & Angel is notoriously skinny as a bar, but goes back deep. (Insert rock n roll cliche here). It’s open until 1am on Sundays-and you can get there directly from the stadium via the Victoria tube line.
That’s the party we’re throwing. Head to Crouch End from the stadium by taxi, and you’re there in under 15 minutes. 30 minutes by bus. We have a late license, so we will be open until 4am.
Late buses can get you back to central London.