Concessions take a bite
Thursday, June 25, 1992
Compiled by Doug Smith and Richard Finn
You won't go hungry at Wimbledon, but you might go broke.
According to a Town & Country catering official, 35 food, ice cream and bar stands are scattered around the grounds offering something for everybody's palate and pocketbook.
The Wingfield Restaurant features three-course lunches for $45. Of course, there is afternoon tea for $11.
The price-conscious muncher can choose from popcorn ($3.20), a slice of pizza ($3.50) or cold sandwich ($3.10).
Wimbledon's traditional strawberries and cream goes for $3.20. A plate of fish and chips can be found for $5.60.
A pork and beef sausage hot dog costs $4.10. Ice cream cones are $3 and cookies $1.40.
Refreshments start with a cup of soda or half pint of lager for $1.40 and go up to a bottle of Moet champagne for $66.