The Bread & Roses is a listed building located just off Clapham High Street and boasting 3 storeys. With its modern interior, it also has a large bright conservatory area as well as 2 gardens and hosts many art exhibitions. The first floor can cater for private parties and functions upon request and also hosts live comedy nights.
Venue Details & Map
The Bread And Roses
68 Clapham Manor StreetLondonSW4 6DZ
- +44 (0)20 7498 1779
- Public transport:
- Clapham High Street, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Bread And Roses
A huge, varied and unique pub, separated from the main street by a 5 minute walk down a residential road. As such, you tend not to find the Clapham visitors here; they'll stick to the obvious places on the High St, and so you'll be surrounded by locals.
The gardens (front and back) are popular in the warmer months, and chances are you'll find yourself caught up amongst a live music/poetry... more
Cosy, warm, friendly what else...just all those nice things you want a pub to be more
Fantastic pub, just off Clapham High Street, with a great range of beers, really inventive food, and a very relaxing ambiance.
They also have regular live music nights, screens for sports events (but only in one half - it's easy to avoid if you want to), free wifi, and a really nice secluded garden. In short, and excellent pub! more
I went to the Bread & Roses last night for a theatre performance that a friend was putting on, and what a great pub! I live in the area and am very surprised not to have heard of it before. The staff were very friendly, and the prices weren't bad. I found it a bit tricky to find, it is quite far down a road that looks residential, but that just makes it an even better slightly hidden gem, and... more
This is a great neighbourhood bar, with a lovely outdoor garden. Watched the World Cup finals here, and the folks were great because they accommodated our seating arrangements, provided refreshments and even had food options. A great spot if you're looking to relax and chill on a weekend afternoon or weeknight evening. more