Jetlag markets itself as a "local bar with a global vibe", serving street food dishes from around the world along with premium beers and cocktails. It's also one of London's premier sports bars, where you can watch live games – from American college to major league football – on a 15ft HD cinema screen with surround sound.
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Jetlag Bar and Restaurant
125 Cleveland Road
- +44 (0)20 3370 5838
Cant speak for the food. But they had great beer on tap. Even had Sam Adams Boston Lager. I was here during off hours so it was quiet. Kind of small but friendly. More like an American sports bar than English pub with seating at bar.more
I came here on a Friday night for Scotland vs Ireland at football - on my own - hoping to find a bit of atmosphere, fellow Scotland fans, and a bar I could get to within 5 minutes. I got all of these; there were a couple of reserved tables, however plenty space for those of us coming off the street. However, I would say this is more to do with the game that was on than the venue...more
Your spot for American sports in London, specifically American College Football! My amazing wife found this place while searching for a bar in London show the Auburn University vs. Mississippi State University [American] football game. It was a huge game and I wanted to see it, so she was kind enough to join me here for a couple beers at the start of the game.
There are two floors, the...more
We looked online to see who was showing the "American Football" game and found Jetlag Sports Bar. We didn't know that it was on basic cable so we ended up here. It was pretty easy to get to by the tube and then walking from the station. There's a nice small upstairs area and a larger downstairs lounge that looks like a man cave. There is a large projector and some smaller tvs on the side....more
Sunday evening: if you are italian it means one thing above everything else: football.
I-m not a football fan, but having italian friends mean that on this day you will watch some football.
In particular, we wanted to watch italian football, not that easy to find in a place where football was invented (you know, they usually broadcast this premier league, maybe you heard about it...)... Lucky...more