Gay Bars in South West London
|| Whatever your scene
South West London has a variety of excellent bars in
which to enjoy a great night out.
The Brewery Tap [map],
Lingham Street, Stockwell, is in the heart of the gay
community and is a gay owned and run pub which offers
a great atmosphere to a mixed crowd. Join in the fun at weekly quizzes and karaoke. There’s
also women-only nights and drag acts appear
occasionally. With drink promotions every night and barbeques
during the summer this really is a pub that caters for
all your needs and offers something different every night
of the week.
If you want a night out with your straight friends head
to the Marquis of Lorne [map] which is a chilled out pub located at Haydons Road, which
welcomes a mixed clientele. It’s located close to
Wimbledon and there’s a tube station practically
across the street.
Combine your night out with some great bar snacks at Ah
Brixton Hill. Close to The Clapham Common tube station,
The Ah Bar also does a mean breakfast for those feeling
slightly hung-over the morning after.
It’s rare to find a pub with as great an atmosphere
as you’ll discover if you step through the doors
of the Buzz Bar [map],
Battersea High Street. Playing a great selection of music
and with a generally funky vibe Buzz is a mixed clientele
bar that knows how to party.
If you’re tired of the cruising and boozing scene
head to Kazbar [map],
Clapham High Street, which has an excellent video bar
that’s frequented by the youngest and coolest customers.
Those who prefer to have a thumping evening of high adrenaline
should get themselves to Two Brewers [map],
Clapham High Street, which has a gigantic dance floor.
This is the perfect place for a rowdy evening out with
a few mates and there’s plenty of great cheesy pop
music to get the party started in style. There’s
also a nightly drag show in what must surely be
one of England’s liveliest bars.
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