Battersea's Best Bars

For those who only know Battersea as home to the power station on Pink Floyd’s album cover, you’ll be happy to know this South London borough has more exciting things to offer than inflatable flying pigs. Stretching along the river all the way over to Clapham, this vibrant area promises top-notch nightlife, from quirky party palaces with live entertainment to sultry neighbourhood cocktail joints, here are the best bars in Battersea.

Last updated on 21st June 2022




Just a stone's throw from the iconic Battersea Power Station, Mondo Brewing Company is serving some of the best booze in the city. From lagers to IPAs, this haunt offers an eclectic range of bevvies for all different tastes. Need to soak up the bubbles? They have food trucks for that.

Aspen and Meursault

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Looking for somewhere relaxed to go to in Battersea? From the creators of the award-winning wine bar Diogenes the Dog, Aspen and Meursault brings some delicious sips and yummy nibbles such as chorizo bites and boozy cheese boards.

Duke of Battersea

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The beer menu is strong at Duke Of Battersea, with this South London favourite being home to one of the most extensive menus in the city. But if it's not just hops you're in the mood for? Enjoy the patio tables outside, the rich blue interiors, and of course, the gastro-style food menu with cajun chicken bowls, steak, vegan sausage and mash and more.

Just a stone's throw away from Battersea Power Station, The Black Cab Coffee Co is pouring up steaming lattes during the day and something a little stronger at night. The Nine Elms cafe and bar also hosts weekly Espresso Martini Fridays where you can enjoy three flavoured cocktails for just £26.