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Little Bar is a Little Bar in Tooting, opposite the Long Room. It is a converted shop with limited seating and it has no draught beer. It was co-founded by a former food and drink editor at the Independent.
secretlondon visited with friends one Saturday in November 2016. It has a long wooden bar with stools and a small number of chairs and tables elsewhere. There is also a beer garden. There is a blackboard listing cocktails. They have a large selection of spirits behind the bar and fridges with craft beer from breweries such as By the Horns and Kernel. Bottled beer was £4.50-£5 and the cocktails were £8 ish.
They do some cold Spanish bar food but I didn't see any being ordered. It was things like olives and plates of meat and cheese.
Accessibility: There is only one floor. It is quite tight to get to the toilets, especially if the bar is full. There is no disabled toilet but the single ladies toilet was pretty big.
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