Edgware Way Grassland is a Local Nature Reserve, a Site of Metropolitan Importance, in Edgware in the London Borough of Barnet. It is traversed by a stream and includes an unused railway embankment, and the Environment Agency's Edgwarebury Park Flood Storage Area.
The reserve is typical unimproved London Clay grassland. Damp, herb rich areas have uncommon plants characteristic of old meadows such as great burnet, sneezewort and devil's bit scabious. The stream margins support dense beds of sedges and water-cress, while breeding birds include yellowhammer and spotted flycatcher. The reserve adjoins Edgwarebury Park. It is private land, but is crossed by a public footpath from Edgware Way which starts just west of the junction with Spur Road.