Get ready to experience the ultimate summer party at Vauxhall Food and Beer Garden, London’s premier outdoor venue. Located in the heart of the city, this vibrant space offers a lively atmosphere, mouthwatering cuisine, and refreshing drinks, creating the perfect setting for your summer celebration. Bask in the sun and enjoy the fresh air as you host your event in Vauxhall’s spacious beer garden. With a capacity of up to 350 guests, this expansive outdoor space is ideal for corporate events, birthday parties, or just a fun get-together with friends. The garden is adorned with colourful furniture, ambient lighting, and lush greenery, providing a relaxed, yet festive backdrop for your gathering.
Raise a glass and delight your taste buds with the vast selection of drinks available at the venue. From craft beers and ciders to expertly mixed cocktails, there’s something to quench every thirst. Pair your drinks with a delicious assortment of street food served by some of London’s finest vendors. Enjoy a diverse range of flavours, from classic burgers and BBQ to international dishes. Vauxhall Food and Beer Garden takes entertainment to the next level with live music and DJ performances, ensuring your guests will have a fantastic time dancing the night away. The venue is also equipped with large screens, making it the perfect spot to catch live sporting events during your summer party.
Conveniently located just a short walk from Vauxhall station, the venue offers easy access to public transportation, making it a breeze for your guests to attend your event. On-site parking is also available for those arriving by car. Don’t miss out on the perfect summer party experience – book Vauxhall Food and Beer Garden today! Contact our friendly event coordinators to start planning the celebration of the season.
Oh_Hii'mHelen4 months ago
The venue doesn't particularly have anything special here, Just 3 food stands, 1 bar area, a few game machines on the side and a comedy show at the back. They have a Monday-Friday drink deal for £3.50 and a meal deal for £7.99. Definitely considered a good deal overall. It's Free entry.
Marios Christodoulou6 months ago
This has been replaced by the Vauxhall Market which is much more upmarket. However, this is much more spacious and therefore less crowded. They have good meal and drink deals, so well worth a visit.
Michael Bretton5 months ago
Came here to watch the World Cup quarter-final. Pure profiteering from the very start. Everyone was rammed together on what looked like pasting tables. Each table was inches apart. A large screen was advertised but it wasn't that big for a venue seating that many people for the football. If you were near the back you barely saw the game. £45 per person...... The sound was temperamental as well throughout - do they not do a test beforehand?! Service generally unhelpful, toilets poor.
Zorica L.2 weeks ago
Came here for a live screening with friends and was shocked how bad the service was. First of all, the venue had technical glitches, the projector turned off a couple of times so don't come here for any screenings. Second, the staff was incredibly rude and unprofessional - there were a few of us who wanted to buy food and drinks but we were left waiting too long only to be insulted by the staff itself. Check other comments, it seems to be the regular attitude here. There were too many drunk people around as well who harassed the crowd and visibly broke the personal space. Security won't really bother. Also, good luck trying to reach them - they don't answer on social media and nobody ever responds when you call by the phone either.
Anna Roberts2 weeks ago
Got a ticket to specifically watch the women’s FA cup final. They had a men’s game on the screen. I had to ask the bar to change the channel to the right game, which they didn’t even know what channel it was on! Why are they advertising for something they had no intention of showing. Why should I have had to ask?! Average food, average beer selection at the bar and even after eventually getting the right game on the screen, they switched it over as soon as the match ended. It was a cup final; obviously people would have wanted to see the winning team lift the trophy. I would have been better off staying at home to watch. The atmosphere had nothing to do with the football match and they had a DJ playing loud music so the game was on mute… have one or the other, not both.