Talisa Dean 16/01/18

Mother Kelly’s Vauxhall

Slotted into one of the arches at Albert Embankment near (but not too near) Vauxhall’s terrifying roundabout, is Mother Kelly’s (the craft beer aficionados) biggest site.

Housed in a low-lit, exposed-brick railway arch, boasting a vibrant, colourful motif along one side and a rather beautiful, organ-esque bar along the other, it feels somewhat like you’ve stepped into a hidden, underground church….of booze – a welcome respite from the myriad A-roads outside.

Focusing in on the bar more closely, you’ll quickly come to realise each of the organ pipes are in fact 33 regularly-rotating beer options (the largest number across any of their sites). As well as beers on draught, they also have a well-stocked back bar of beautifully designed bottles and cans, which you can either have to stay in – including al fresco in their either of their two outside areas – or to take home.

Mother Kelly's Vauxhall

Sadly food options are a little less exciting, limited to cheese, meat, and chocolate boards (you heard us) likely there to keep hunger at bay above anything else. Although they do have space outside for a food truck or two which – similar to their other sites – they call upon during busier times…


NOTE: Mother Kelly’s Vauxhall is open Mondays, 4-11pm; Tuesday – Sunday, 12-11pm. For more information, visit their website here.


Mother Kelly’s | 76 Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, SE1 7TP

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Mother Kelly’s Vauxhall

76 Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, SE1 7TP

0207 091 9779

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