The Phoenix

348 Clapham Road, Clapham, SW9 9AR

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Clapham town, and just a five minute walk from Clapham High Street station, The Phoenix is known for its friendly atmosphere, real ales and artisan pizzas. We are one of only three Harvey’s pubs in London so expect to get the best pint of Sussex’s best with us, as well as specially selected wines, spirits and the odd cocktail or two.

Join us on a Monday night for our popular pub quiz from 8pm, and on Fridays for Live Music, featuring local artists performing classic covers and originals of popular soul, funk, pop and rock tunes.

Looking for Live Sport? Look no further as we try and show everything BT Sport has to offer. Check out which fixtures we are showing in the pub or on our website www.phoenixclapham.com.

Sssssh, be very quiet or you might miss our Secret Garden with a swing and hay bales, it’s a great suntrap throughout the summer months.

We can cater for parties and meetings and our function room is available for private hire for birthday parties, corporate events, wakes, breakfast meetings or wedding receptions. Feel free to contact us with any special requirements and we will endeavour to help.

Cask Marque Accredited real ales

Free Wifi

Monday – Thursday 12pm – 11pm, Friday – Saturday 12pm – 12am, Sunday 12pm – 10.30pm
020 7622 2645

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