Rise 46

Bars and pubs, Cocktail bars Nappy Valley
  • 5 out of 5 stars
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A 1920's themed cocktail bar in Clapham Junction with live music during the week and DJ's at the weekend.


Venue name: Rise 46
Address: 46 Battersea Rise
SW11 1EE
Opening hours: 5pm-midnight Tues-Thurs; 5pm-2am Fri, Sat.
Transport: Clapham Junction rail/Overground or Clapham Common tube
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4.6 / 5

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Sir Elton


I had heard so many great things about this bar and my expectations were high, but it Just did not deliver. The cocktails looked great, but did not deliver on flavour and I tried a few. The inside just seemed worn and dirty. The staff were happy and polite, but seemed very young. An underwhelming experience.

Charly Lester
Staff Writer

Beautiful spot - really intimate, and a great experience.  You feel like you've stepped straight into the 1920s.  Great for a drinks date - first, second or fifty-second!

Charly Lester - Time Out Head of Dating

lewis m

I've lived in Battersea for a few years now and I'm so glad I finally found this place - It's now my go to bar with my girlfriend and our friends. You can pop in mid week and enjoy a glass of wine after work (the Caliterra is great) or party properly at the weekends! Either way I'm glad I found it and I would definitely say it's worth going to. Good staff, great selection of beers,wines and cocktails, lovely decor and free freshly popped popcorn! What more could you want?

Rory P

I visited Rise 46 on Saturday night, and I was so impressed that I bought my new years eve ticket there and then. The cocktails are great, the atmosphere was even better. As a venue itself, the owners must have been licking their lips when the Great Gatsby came out earlier this year. The ground floor level offers 20's glitz n glam, perfec for a Gatsby themed party, and with the downstairs basement area almost feeling a bit underground and naughty, whilst still being well presented, you get the best of both worlds for the 1920's theme. I love the fact that they have done 1920's without being a speakeasy (of which there is one in every borough of london now, it seems). All things considered, I think this will be a great party, without being so over the top that you will have to pay an arm and a leg to attend.