Welcome to our Summer Series in partnership with Remedy Kombucha, the pioneers for delicious, sugar-free, good-for-your-gut kombucha! For the next 4 weeks, we’re sharing our ultimate “What To Do In London” guide and sharing tips and recipes from Remedy Kombucha nutritionists on how kombucha can keep your gut health and your energy high this summer! Today we’re kicking things off celebrating all things tennis!


We’re just a few short days away from the commencement of arguably one of the world’s most prestigious sporting tournaments, the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. It’s a quintessentially British event that brings with it bowls of strawberries and cream in their masses and copious amounts of Pimms. It’s the history, the tradition, the prestige and the high-calibre of sportsmen and women that makes it so tricky to get your hands on a ticket!


How do you watch Wimbledon if you haven’t got a ticket?
If you haven’t been successful in the ballot, don’t have the patience for “The Queue” or don’t have a few thousand pounds to spend on rare, last-minute tickets that get released the day before, here’s where to watch Wimbledon and how to celebrate!

Tart London, Eccleston Place
Newly-opened Eccleston yard in Belgravia is hosting a big-screen pop-up with Tart London. Watch a full day of tennis action whilst indulging in a delicious summer menu. Don’t fret, strawberries and cream will be served as well!
3-4 Eccleston Yard, Belgravia, SW1W 9AZ


Bluebird Café, White City
Bluebird is always a guaranteed spot to watch Wimbledon and this year you can opt for their usual Chelsea location or their new site in White City! Situated in the Television Centre forecourt they’ll be a big screen and plenty of Pimms to go around!
Bluebird Café, 2 Television Centre, 101 Wood Lane, London, W12 7RF

The Sanderson Hotel
For Wimbledon-inspired sweet treats, look no further than The Sanderson Hotel. Throughout the two weeks, they’ll be serving their “Wimbledon Tennis Ball” creation which consists of a Yuzu Bergamont Sphere with crispy meringue and fresh blueberries.
50 Berners Street, London, W1T 3NG


Pergola Roof Top
The perfect spot for a bit of sunbathing and tennis-watching has to be Pergola rooftop in Paddington. Rent out a sun-bed and spend the afternoon relaxing watching Federer do what he does best!
5 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central, W2 6PY

Pomona’s Terrace
This Notting Hill hub is showcasing this year’s championships on their newly revamped roof terrace! With Wimbledon-themed desserts and fizz around the clock, this is a great spot to catch all the court action in style!
47 Hereford Road, Notting Hill, W2 5AH



Create your own Wimbledon-themed garden party with Remedy’s Apple Kombucha Mojito!



1 x lime, juiced

½ lemon, juiced

1 Apple Crisp Remedy Kombucha

Fresh mint

Fill a glass with ice, add in lime, lemon juice and Apple Crisp kombucha, stir to combine and garnish with mint leaves.

We’ve got plenty more healthy recipes in the magazine! Head to our Recipe Corner!

Remedy Kombucha are popping up their cart at various different locations this summer! Go and say hi and get a taste of their delicous bouch!

Artisan & Vine Wimbledon pop-up – we’ll be sampling from the Remedy bike just near Southfields tube on the main walk up to Wimbledon!

Whole Foods Kensington and Fulham

Planet Organic Piccadilly, Westbourne Grove, Devonshire Sq

Selfridges food hall


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