An eclectic mix of vibrant Clapham venues will be hit by the MA500 crowd next week (13 February) following the conference at the iconic Stamford Bridge.
The Breakfast Club/The King of Ladies Man
From the outside, the Breakfast Club is a vibrant bar but hidden away, behind a fake launderette wall, is a concealed concept called the King of Ladies Man.
This secret bar has a ’70s theme with flamingos on the wall and cocktail-shaking connoisseurs dressed in Hawaiian shirts.
The site specialises in ‘disco drinks’, which are updated twists on classics, including Tequila Sunrise and Old Fashioned alongside premium beer and craft beer.
Northcote is a neighbourhood bar on Northcote Road, which is a haven for live music, cocktails, pizzas and good times.
Drinks include a range of cocktails from Espresso Martini to a Tamarind Sour as well as beers, ciders, wine and Champagne.
Vagabond is a wine merchant, winemaker, educator, importer and supporter of the very best independent producers they can find.
It prides itself on its 100-strong eclectic wine selection, London-made Vagabond wine from its urban winery in nearby Battersea Power Station and seasonal sharing plates from the kitchen.
This Clapham bar is part-Victorian museum, part re-imagining of the future with a drinks menu that hosts more than 50 cocktails, numerous bottled, canned and draft craft beers and wine.
The venue says it is hell-bent on serving great cocktails, giving great service and creating a great atmosphere.
The Four Thieves
The ‘ultimate pub experience’, Four Thieves is an arcade, brewery and offers food. It hosts a games room featuring remote-controlled racing, VR booths, mini golf and retro arcade games.
Drinks-wise, there are 350 variations of gin and tonic alongside an escape room, immersive game on offer.