Brio

Building on a strong Italian heritage, Brio delivers Mediterranean cuisine with the enticing atmosphere of the classic cocktail bar.

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London Cocktail Club

Just a stone’s throw away from Clapham Common, a movie-theatre door marks the spot for LCC’s latest booze-fuelled adult playground. Emulating the atmosphere of 90’s Hollywood, enter down the basement bar, to a movie set-esque nostalgic ambiance featuring scenes from ultimate cult-classics.

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Old Town Tavern

An Old Local Refurbed & Reborn.
New To Clapham Old Town & Offering A Free Of Tie Selection Of 20 Beers On Tap & Quality Wines As Well As A Roaring Fire & Upright Piano Until Late.

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The King and co

The King & Co is a pub with a difference. Small but perfectly formed & located away from the main drag of Clapham Common, we are focused on providing friendly & attentive service, an interesting & diverse drinks selection & quality food unlike anything else on offer locally

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The Yard

The Yard is a brand new multi-function venue with street pop-up stalls, open space booths, exclusive hire areas, live music, communal events, screenings, weekend DJs and a real vibe of activity for you to get yourself into all year round. Whether it’s booking a quiet drink, a lazy Sunday, a night to remember or a curious snoop into the newest offering in the area; The Yard suits all.

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The Phoenix

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Clapham town, and just a five minute […]

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Esca

Esca, a much love Deli & Eatery for over 12 years, has finally re-launched and […]

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The Clapham Tap

The Clapham Tap opened in August 2017 in former Craft Beer Co. premises. Six handpumps […]

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THE PRINCE OF WALES

Try our Craft Beer or join us for our friendly Quiz Night.
Come in, have a look around and get to know us.

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THE STONHOUSE

The Stonhouse is off the beaten track, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Clapham High Street.

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THE RAILWAY TAVERN

Residing at the heart of South London’s transport network, The Railway couldn’t be better placed […]

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