Clapham is a great place for work, rest, and play.
It has it all.
As part of the thriving London Borough of Lambeth, it is well-connected and has a highly skilled and creative workforce. More than seven out of ten residents have a degree. That’s the highest rate in London – another reason that makes this a great location for growing your business.
Clapham is also packed with brilliant bars and restaurants. So, when you and your team need to take time out or want to entertain clients, you’ll be spoilt for choice. And then there’s Clapham Common, one of the biggest green oases in London. With central London just minutes away too, no wonder Clapham attracts so many City types and young professionals. What’s not to love?
Learn More About Clapham
Clapham Transport Links
Whether you want a quick train to central London, or links to the south coast, Clapham has fantastic rail services. Every day around 2,000 trains pass through Clapham Junction, making it Britain’s busiest interchange.
Clapham is also well served by three Tube stations in Clapham North, Clapham Common and Clapham South.
Needspace? Clapham North Arts Centre is just a few minutes’ walk from Clapham North (Northern line) and Clapham High Street, London Overground station. Local bus routes include the 155, 345, 50, and 88.
Places to Eat and Drink
If you’re looking for somewhere to entertain clients or socialise locally; or just somewhere to grab a quick bite to eat or a coffee, read on!
Just a few minutes’ walk from Clapham Junction, this is a perfect spot for enjoying a sharing platter, brunch, lunch, or dinner. There are monthly wine tasting events, while the Sunday roasts come highly recommended. See the TripAdvisor ratings!
With cocktails top of the menu, Revolution is also a great place to enjoy tasty modern food in a relaxed, contemporary atmosphere. You can even book a cocktail masterclass.
Michelin-star Trinity, in the heart of Clapham Old Town, is fine dining at its best. It’s the perfect place for a treat or if you’re out to impress.
If you just want a chat over coffee, the Black Lab is reputed to serve the best in Clapham.
This Clapham Old Town favourite has a wide range of brunch options, including lots of veggie and dairy free. And if you like bagels, this is where to find them!
With French, European, veggie and gluten-free options to die for, and an intimate, family feel, the Augustine offers a most enjoyable dining experience.
If you’re after authentic Mediterranean cuisine and a laidback vibe, this is the place to go.
With its cool grey décor, and lively vibe, this stylish café offers good coffee and food.
According to Vanity Fair, Eric Lanlard is one of the best patissiers in the world. As well as making his own creations to order, he also runs a French flavoured cookery school. Yum!
If you fancy your food with a side serving of culture (or the other way round), look no further. Studio Voltaire is a great place to spot up-and-coming artistic talent. Juliet’s Café and Bar the onsite eatery gets 5 stars from Time Out. Note, it’s only open Wed-Sun.
Regular screenings of unusual and indie films alongside big name blockbusters have made this much-loved cinema a favourite of Clapham locals.
This refurbished Victorian music hall hosts everything from bingo to karaoke, old school nights, comedy, film nights and more.
From comedy to quiz nights, live jazz, to board games, racing, a bottomless brunch, and over 70 gins, it’s all here. You’ll also find Lady Chastity’s Reserve, an immersive challenge for groups of 2-5 players in the escape rooms. Just the thing for a bit of team building!