THE STORY OF The Goat

Housed in a renovated Temperance Billiard Hall on Battersea Rise, one of London's oldest and most diverse districts, The Goat is one of the area’s most established watering holes, enduring popular with local residents and workers, as well as visitors to the capital.

Mixing traditional wood-panelling with copperwork, marble tables, mis-matched chairs and a host of offbeat artwork, The Goat serves up a good helping of English eccentricity with every drink ordered and incorporates a lively bar area as well as mezzanine dining room.

An ideal spot for relaxation and refreshment after a day’s shopping or a a walk on the Common, The Goat is well connected to the rest of London via Clapham Junction station, just a nine minute walk away.

Dog-friendly and reflecting the upbeat vibe of its Battersea and Clapham neighbourhoods, The Goat holds the authenticity of a true British local close to its heart.