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Prince of Peckham
Proudly channelling its diverse South London heritage, drinks here are mainly rum-based cocktails, with food a flavoursome fusion of Caribbean and British (think jerk Sunday roasts). DJ sets draw the coolest crowds this side of the river.

Address: 1 Clayton Road | Telephone: |

Trinity Arms
The pre-gig pack know that finding an empty bar stool in Brixton on a Friday night is as likely as getting a last-minute Academy ticket. At this little-known pub, not only will you get a seat (hurrah!), you'll get ales, roaring fires and top-notch burgers to boot. 

Address: 45 Trinity Gardens, SW9 | Telephone: |

Clubbing

Bar Douro
 You can hear the crackling splinter on the roast suckling pig served at this Portuguese den from the other end of its blue-and-white-bedecked bar. Pull up a stool, order a flight of Port, from white to tawny, and finish with cheese and home-baked sweet crackers. 

Address: Arch 35b Flat Iron Square, Union St, SE1 | Telephone: 02073780524 |

Voodoo Ray's
Dalston is the new Shoreditch: a bit grimy, with awesome dining, and banging nightlife. This latest addition brings grown-up cocktails and vinyl-spinning DJs to the main drag. It's open 'til 3am, and we'll be disappointed if you leave any earlier. 

Address: 95 Kingsland High St, E8 | Telephone: |

Ray's Bar
Dalston is the new Shoreditch: a bit grimy, with awesome dining, and banging nightlife. This latest addition brings grown-up cocktails and vinyl-spinning DJs to the main drag. It's open 'til 3am, and we'll be disappointed if you leave any earlier. 

Address: 95 Kingsland High St | Telephone: +44 02072497865 |

Brixton Rum Kitchen
 So much more than a rum shack, this third arm of the popular Caribbean eatery chain feels more like a house party, thanks to the warm welcome and DJ on the decks. Demolish the rum menu and get ready to jerk, jerk, jerk.

Address: 437 Coldharbour Lane | Telephone: 0207 920 6479 |

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