The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating,Drinking & Shopping

 

Club Shop:

www.shop.saracens.com

 

Eating and Drinking:

In the ground they serve both real ale (known as Saracens Ale) and cider. There is a large public bar in the East Stand that can cater for 1,000 customers, and several smaller bars dotted around the ground.

Organic pies and burgers are available from the Laverstoke Park Organic Farm outlet inside the ground.

Allianz Park is situated in a residential area, adjacent to a sports centre, so there’s not a lot on offer in the immediate environs of the stadium.

However, Hendon rugby club are reportedly opening their clubhouse on matchdays for food and drink.

 

Near the Stadium

Though there aren’t many options in the immediate area of the stadium, there are places around Mill Hill Broadway and Mill Hill East, both of which can be reached on the clubs free buses...

Mill Hill Broadway:

There is only one pub, The Bridge, virtually opposite the station.

Fratelli’s Cafe: Owners are big rugby fans

The Good Earth: Highly recommended Chinese

Mill Hill Village and Mill Hill East:

The Adam and Eve: Popular gastropub

The Three Hammers: Traditional pub, six stops and five minutes ride on 240 bus from the tube station.

The Rising Sun: The 251 from Mill Hill Broadway stops outside. Owners offer a three-course lunch with parking and a cab to the stadium and back for £25.

 

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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