Have breakfast in style in South-West London

Sunday was a real special day, not only because of the gorgeous sunshine, but because the 4 of us ran our first ever race together. We’ve only known each other for a couple of months but the girls decided to help me raise money for cancer research and entered the last Race for Life event of the season with me. It wasn’t just raising money though – it was something none of us would have done if it wasn’t for this very special cause. With all the help of our friends, colleagues and families we ended up donating over £1,500 for Cancer Research UK. The race took place in Clapham Common, a surprisingly gorgeous little gem in South-West London. It provides an oasis of peace amid the busy traffic of the city, and with its charming cafés, sporting facilities, two playgrounds and a skate park it is the best place to spend Sunday mornings. No 32 The Old Town is an eye-catching restaurant and bar located within just a few minutes outside of the park.

The owners did an outstanding job creating a stylish yet relaxed backdrop that welcomes people any time of day. Expect to find a beautiful oak and zinc bar, an open kitchen, handpicked and custom-made furniture and filament lighting to set the mood as the day rolls into evening. The interior is one thing but for those that like to go alfresco; the spacious rooftop terrace has your name all over it. 

No 32 serves up breakfast, brunch and Sunday roasts alongside craft beers, wines and carefully crafted cocktails. An enticing hangout that has a real community feel about it, No 32 is custom-made for Sunday lunches with the family, cocktails after work and kicking back and relaxing in the terrace on those balmy late-summer evenings.

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