Beer pong might not have taken off in the UK to the extent it has in the USA, but there are still quite a few places around London where you can get your game on. What's more, some enterprising souls have actually evolved the game and adapted it to the British palate, replacing beer with prosecco as the social lubricant of choice. Whether you're looking to try a few rounds of prosecco pong or would prefer to stick to the classic beer version, our guide to where to play beer pong in London will have you bouncing balls off tables in no time.
Where to play beer pong in London
In this guide
- Beer pong bars in London
Beer pong bars in London
All kinds of pong
At the Bounce venues, you can play an hour of beer pong in a neon-lit, contemporary ambiance, with shuffleboard, ping pong, and wonderball available as well. This is the perfect spot for friends who love to play games. When you need to refuel, you can take a break from the games and enjoy tasty food and drinks, including pizza, nachos, and cocktails. You can also hire Bounce for private events or conferences.
Modern sports bar chain
Belushi's Bars is a UK and Europe-wide chain with sports bars that double up as lively party venues. The different venues around London feature Ultra HD TVs, private booths, DJ sessions, karaoke, and more, with deals such as happy hour, bottomless afternoon tea, and student discounts available regularly. You can also play beer pong at all of the venues, with the rowdy sports atmosphere sure to enhance the competitive spirit.
Prosecco pong by the river
Sama Bankside is a riverside party venue that attracts a diverse crowd with its games, parties, food and drink, and private hire spaces. With its exposed brick and contemporary art, the venue includes a bar and restaurant, art gallery, and spaces for events, such as weddings. If you're here to get your beer pong on, you can choose from different packages, including a version where you play with prosecco instead of beer.
Lan Kwai Fong is a modern Asian restaurant in Camden, with an inviting atmosphere and a tempting menu of Chinese and Asian favourites. The restaurant offers signature cocktails and digital beer pong tables with LED screens that provide an immersive and fun gaming experience. You can pay by the hour or per game, with different food and drink packages to choose from as well.
Show off your circus skills
Trapeze features a circus-inspired atmosphere across three floors, regularly hosting all sorts of entertainment, including circus performers, live DJ nights, bottomless brunch and more. The main bar, designed in a funfair theme, is complemented by an open-plan bar and dance floor situated in the basement, as well as a VIP mezzanine area. You can book a beer pong or prosecco pong session here on select days.
East London's temple of pong
Bat & Ball is a must-visit destination for party-loving enthusiasts of all things pong. The energetic venue boasts five championship-sized ping pong tables, an electric atmosphere, and an abundance of exciting activities. You can challenge your friends to a match of table tennis, beer or prosecco pong, darts, or pool, or showcase your singing skills with some karaoke.
Choose your weapon
You can enjoy a plethora of fun-tastic activities at any of Boom Battle Bar's contemporary venues around London. Take your pick from an array of games, including shuffleboard, darts, axe throwing, minigolf, pool, karaoke, beer/prosecco pong, or table tennis, and keep the good times rolling with pizzas, beers, cocktails and more. The entertaining battlefields are a great way for friends or colleagues to grow closer – or establish lifelong rivalries.
This bar is the truth
Bringing a slice of New York to Islington, The 411 is a neighbourhood bar and kitchen with big NYC energy, including rounds of midnight beer pong. In addition to the delicious food, tempting cocktails, and banging soundtrack, the welcoming joint hosts various events and activities, including unique “stock market menu” nights when drink prices fluctuate based on their popularity.