14 - 20 June 2021

cinch Championships

The Queen's Club

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cinch Championships | Food & Drink

Spectators can enjoy a range of catering on site throughout the Tournament as well as have the flexibility to bring in food and drink. All outlets are wheelchair accessible unless specified otherwise.

All concessions will include queuing areas for social distancing – masks must be worn at all times except when eating and drinking. Please note the site will be cashless. 

Please see below for further information on the catering outlets available within the grounds, plus guidelines and restrictions on bringing in food and drink.

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Spectators may bring food into the grounds, along with non-alcoholic drinks in non-glass containers. You can consume your food at your seat in the seating bowl and there will be also designated picnic areas around the site.

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Free water bottle-filling stations are available around the grounds to ensure spectators keep hydrated during their time at the cinch Championships.

Please refer to the Grounds Map (available in due course) or ask an Event Steward on site for more information.

Please also take special care during warm weather conditions.

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Whether you fancy a quick snack, gin & tonic, or a hand crafted coffee, we have specially curated offers to cater for you. Some bars and cafés will close when the last match finishes, whilst others close 30 minutes after or 21:00, whichever is earlier. The grounds will close one hour after the last match finishes or 21:15, whichever is earlier.

Food and drink purchased from kiosks on site can be consumed at your seat in the seating bowl or in designated seating areas located around the site. There will also be table service available for alcoholic drinks in the South Pavilion and Court 1 Pavilion seating area.