77 High St Wimbledon
SW19 5EG

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The birthplace of the much-beloved Wombles, Wimbledon is undoubtedly best known for its tennis championships and as home to London’s second-largest Iron Age hill fort. Originally known as “Wynnman’s Hill”, with the Celtic “dun” transforming it to what we today know as Wimbledon, this lush area of South London has long been home to many famous Londoners, including actor Tom Holland, film director Ridley Scott, and football manager Alan Pardew. Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer even resided there for a short period in his youth. Wimbledon Village is the historic heart of this leafy area, adjacent to Wimbledon Common, where the Wombles live, the dogs are walked, and many a picnic enjoyed during the Summer months. Jeroboams is a brand new addition to the Village, bringing not only a plethora of Fine Wines and Spirits, but a veritable feast of cheese, charcuterie, and fine foods. When it comes time to enjoy the sunshine on the Common, stock up for a long wait in the Wimbledon Queue, or enjoy life throughout the rest of the year, Jeroboams Wimbledon is your perfect destination.

Opening Hours

Mon - Thurs 9am - 7pm
Fri - Sat 9am - 8pm
Sun 11am - 6pm