Best Clapham Pubs
Clapham, it's a gem in the heart of South London's drinking crown, and we're here to show you the best of it. Hosting a myriad of London's best pubs, Clapham knows no bounds when it comes to hearty boozers, traditional plots and craft beer hide-outs. Check out our recommendations for some of the best pubs in Clapham and get to know South of the river, pint in hand.
Last updated on 8th September 2016
Clapham is a corker, but it's even better when they're a pert old pub to be cruising through. A heralded, roadhouse inspired haunt, Bison and Bird is brimming with delicious treats, be that their smoky bacon and chorizo 'Squealer' burger, or their selection of 2-4-1 cocktails every day from 5pm, this laid back liquid lounge has a little something for everyone.
The East Hill pub offers Wandsworth's weary locals a warm spot to relax and recalibrate in after a long week at work. Grab a pint of craft beer and sink into one of their softer-than-soft armchairs by the crackling fire. Armed by the freshest ingredients and the finest cuts of meat, the chefs at this homely pub have skillfully curated a menu of hearty British dishes. Perfectly seasoned steaks are plated up beside delicious salads and chips, while hearty sausages produced on Britain's finest farms are placed on top of a portion of light mash potatoes.
Hardy and fun, this traditional Clapham pub promises that all important space when it comes to whiling the afternoons and evenings away. Head on down for cutesy and charming interiors set alongside a roster of craft pints and gastro inspired fare.
A relaxing but social Clapham pub,The Jam Tree Clapham is a colourful delight for many a pint South of the river. With a secret room behind the bookcase available to hire out and with its own garden, this is the perfect pub for private parties or fun-time corporate events.
A gastro boozer meets sports pub in Clapham, The Clapham North manages to blur and blend the line between fun-time partying and hungover Sunday roasts. Only a stones throw from Clapham North station, there's no excuse not to be giving them a try.
A hostel and pub combined, The Crown may be a simple walk from Clapham Junction, but it's well worth the stroll. Humble, laid-back and most definitely not stretching those purse coins, head on down for pints and burgers from their Burger Craft kitchen.
When it comes to a quirky place to drink in Clapham, nothing quite cuts the mustard like this hardy boozer. Not only one of the best places to grab a craft pint South of the river, The Four Thieves come fully equipped with distillery, games room and beer garden.
A mere skip from Clapham and found in the heart of Battersea, Out Of Office is yet another hybrid boozer South of the Thames. Not only functioning as a hot desking space for freelancers, Out Of Office promise craft pints and beer events in their micro-pub enviroment.
It’s probably easier to find something the Northcote doesn’t do. A top drawer boozer serving a great selection of ales, ciders and wines as well as hearty fare in an abundance, it’s pretty easy to see why such a lively crowd stop in. There’s all sorts of entertainment going on too, with their raucous quiz nights worth checking it out and all the big sporting action broadcast live.