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10 Best bars in Clapham Junction


Here are the 10 best bars in Clapham Junction right now. As an affluent South London suburb, Clapham Junction has plenty of bars to satisfy the most discerning drinker.

1. Sugar Cane

Escape to a paradise of tropical private huts, lush green palms and colourful flowers. Sugar Cane whisks you away from the bustle of the city into a world of exotic concoctions and all-night live music.

2. Revolution

Head to Revolution on Clapham High Street if you want to eat, drink and then hit the dancefloor. From bottomless brunches to premium spirits, wines and ciders, there’s something for everyone.

3. Hannah

Minutes away from Clapham Junction, Hannah is the exciting local favourite. The decor is modern and stylish and the mood is relaxed. It also doesn’t hurt that they provide self dispense wine machines.

4. The Plough

The Plough is what you get if you were to bring together an American style kitchen and a well stocked bar. From cocktails to Sunday roasts, this is a venue that has something for everyone.

5. Sixty Four Cocktail Bar

With a great team of resident DJs on rotation, all cocktails are two for the price of one and the vibe is upbeat-chill, Sixy Four Cocktail Bar has firmly set itself up as a neighbourhood institution.

6. Aquum

If you’re looking for a quiet space to relax and meet with friends, family or business associates, then the Roof Garden at Aquum is the perfect spot.

7. Wine and Charcuterie Clapham

Set underneath Clapham Common tube station and in a 100 year old former water closet, Wine and Charcuterie is the most cosiest of wine bars. With a food platter that’s made for sharing and a perfectly curated wine collection, WC Clapham is the ideal setting for intimate dinners.

8. Tonight Josephine

Glam, pink and unapologetically girly, Tonight Josephine is the ultimate girls night out bar. From birthdays to bachelorette parties, this is the spot to gather the girls over good food and unbeatable entertainment.

9. Lost Society

Art deco inspired interior, exquisitely crafted cocktails and seriously mouth watering food, makes Lost Society one of South West London’s finest bars.

10. No32 The Old Town

Head to the roof terrace at No32 The Old Town and tuck into one of their famous burgers as you sip on cocktails and relax aginst the backdrop of the leafy Clapham Common. A place that is as perfect for socialising with friends or colleagues as it is for a cosy dinner.