Dating clubs in croydon area
For a traditional English pub, The Rose and Crown in Wimbledon Village dates back to the 16th century and provides a reasonably priced bar menu.Across the road is the Dog and Fox, which although a haunt of celebrities and rich professionals still provides a welcoming atmosphere to your average Joe.The area's English residents are mainly young professional tenants and family orientated homeowners.'The Village' (posh area at the top of Wimbledon Hill) plays host to millionaires, celebrities and those living the 'Playboy' lifestyle who swan around swanky bars wearing sunglasses indoors.The district line also runs from Wimbledon station, though it's actually pretty crappy if you want to go into the city. A better idea is to take the northern line from South Wimbledon (The two stations are approximately fifteen-twenty minutes walk apart), trains from here take about thirty minutes to the West End and the City of London.Buses to and from Wimbledon are also useful, with two regular night bus services (N87 and N155) running to and from central London all night.The big high street names are mostly there, but the choice isn't as good as in nearby Kingston or Croydon.For food there's a Sainsbury's supermarket as well as the more luxurious Marks and Spencer, and due to its multicultural community there's some great Biltong about along with delicious Saffa, Polish and eastern groceries.
There's not actually a great deal of takeaways around the town centre (and no takeaways in the village) but that isn't really a bad thing.
Wherever you're from you'll find friends from nearby and meet people from cultures a million miles from your own.
Wimbledon has a real mixture of evening venues and certainly provides a lively weekend, though party animals may be disappointed that it's somewhat quiet during the week.
There are a few clubs and loads of bars, all varying in price and presentation.
Wimbledon's Saffa/Aussie/Kiwi population make up a large percentage of its revellers and are represented by a Walkabout on the high street and a great little South African bar and grill in South Wimbledon.
South Wimbledon is a genuinely multicultural area, housing a lot of North African and Polish immigrants who provide a great deal of the local workforce.