Sandwiched between Battersea Park and Clapham Common, and home to young professionals, families and singles living in Victorian flats, Clapham is brimming with lively pubs, bars, clubs and cafes and has a hopping nightlife on the weekends. And, there are a variety of reasonably priced, good quality restaurants in Clapham to cater to the hip young market. A strong tourist trade in the summer from day trippers enjoying the humongous common and market, also contributes to the vibrant scene. Whether you are looking for food on a budget or an upscale dinner for two, you’re sure to find what you are looking for in this lovely region of London. For those seeking the night life, there are a few bars and gastropubs along the Old Town road as well as cosy clubs, although the real action is on Clapham High Street.