A charming gastro plot in the heart of Wandsworth, The Althorp is the perfect name to visit for those looking for casual dinner and drinks in the city. Not only are their pub classics adored, afternoons spent on their terrace overlooking the common are a must.
Bars in Wandsworth
Leafy, suburban and casual; those looking to get away from the throngs of the bustling central can find a haven in Wandsworth. Brimming with casual boozers, flittings of cocktail bars and great places to eat come rain or rare London shine, Wandsworth is a great alternative to what the heart of the city is packing. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in Wandsworth.
Found in the throngs of an elegant hotel, The Alma is a charming name on the Wandsworth pub scene. Not only can you grab breakfast bites and hunking British meals from morning until night, The Alma is prone to a brilliant beer, or a bottle of international wine.
Found on the borders of Battersea, The Waterfront is one of the most charming places to drink in Wandsworth. A Young's pub with beer on their side, head on down for a roster of draught drinks set alongside smatterings of some truly fine, pub fare.
Found on East Hill and heralded for their selection of beer, The Brewers Inn is the perfect alternative for those looking for a casual night at a top Wandsworth bar. From their eclectic interiors and traditional pub charm to their Sunday roasts, this is a top all rounder South of the river.
South West London has something of a pub gem on its hands, and that comes in the shape of County Arms. Not only boasting one of the best beer gardens in Wandsworth, this nugget is a haven for all things gastro fair and beer.
Another all rounder when it comes to drinks in Wandsworth, not only is The Queen Adelaide a force to be reckoned with in the pub quiz department, there's private hire spaces, a truly darling terrace space and some of the best gastro bites in the business.
Based in Wandsworth, Stillwater is a fun-loving cocktail bar and kitchen that serve some of the best flavours in South London. While chef Brett Milligan plates up Cajun food in the kitchen, Dan Priseman (previously of NOLA Bar in Shoreditch) and Simon Webster are the masterminds behind the bar, mixing together a variety of classic cocktails from across the world.
It's all about bars south of the river and this charming restaurant watering hole is no exception. Food is lovingly made, wines are carefully hand-picked and drinks are sufficiently refreshing.