Bread & Roses68 Clapham Manor Street
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Award-winning 1996 refurbishment of the closed Bowyer Arms, funded by the local trades union council. Comfortable, open-plan bar with three cask beers mainly from microbreweries, changing fortnightly, and interesting draught and bottled foreign beers. Front patio, family room overlooking sheltered garden at rear; function room upstairs. Live music at weekends, Wednesday quiz, annual beer festival. The name comes from a song written during a strike of women textile workers in Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA in 1912.