Westbourne Grove Bars

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Westbourne Grove bars are often well-presented and inviting establishments for the affluent, trend-setting Londoner. Should you find yourself walking the tree- lined Victorian streets of this delightful village, we recommend the following Westbourne Grove bars for drinking, talking, people-watching or - if it's the last weekend of August - the Notting Hill Carnival.
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5 Fernlea Road, Balham, London, SW12 9RT
(020) 7377 1843

Simmons Balham is an intimate cocktail bar, located conveniently close to Balham station. Expect the usual Simmons quirkiness with cocktails in teapots, DJs and late night dancing. Guests can also take advantage of Simmons' award-winning five hour long happy hour, running every day from 4-9pm.

  • Well renowned happy hour from 4pm-9pm.
  • Intimate and quirky decor.
  • Expectional cocktails that can be served in teapots.
  • Eclectic drinks menu across the board.
  • Regular DJ performances and sets.

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