With projectors and large HD television screens, The Alexandra is a great place to watch sporting action, from football to hurling. Sample the various beers on tap, and choose from the traditional menu featuring the likes of steak and fish and chips.
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Venue Details & Map
14 Clapham Common South SideClaphamLondonSW4 7AA
- +44 (0)20 7627 5102
- Public transport:
- Clapham Common, Underground
This is a good sports bar next to the(clapham common tube station. Is large- two story with lost of screens for sports viewing (and projectors). With decent drink selection (whiskeys, beers, ciders, and my choice- ales available) and classic pub meals available it makes a good place to settle in and watch your favorite match.more
The Alexandra is a fairly unremarkable if dependable and well-located (by the Common and key bus stops) pub. It's quite cosy inside, with plenty of space on the tables and benches to accommodate the group I came here with.
Only two things of note stick out from my visit here: an oddball trying persistently to talk to our group, seemingly unable to pick up on our disinterest; the bar staff,...more
This is either a 2-star place or 4, depending on what you're there for.
If you're there to watch some footie or rugby... definitely four stars. Strategically placed & large TVs and projection screens mean you will most likely have a set (even if it's a quarter-final World Cup game) AND will be able to see.
Other nights, it's a slightly rambling oversized place, and I'm not sure why you'd...more
Ah yes The Alexandra, the pub you go to, to meet friends before a night out in Clapham. It's easy to find, you'll always get get a drink at the bar quick but as soon as you've finished it you'll want to move on.
It's got some colourful characters hanging around the pub outside so if you're a girl on your own its not the most comfortable place to wait. The staff however are friendly and will...more
The Alex... a vast and gregarious pub full of wood and signs/memorabilia adorning the walls and ceilings, usually full of aussies and brits alike and packed for the sport on TVs.
It's got three floors this place - the basement, the ground floor and the large upstairs. They've got plenty of big TVs for watching sport and they drag out some large projector screens for the big occasions. I...more