The White Horse has made a name for itself in these ends with raucous Saturday nights spitting drunk folk out onto Brixton Hill. Weekend DJs pump out all sorts of feel-good tracks; mainly 70s and 80s soul, funk, boogie, disco; and 90s R&B, hip-hop, and a touch of reggae and ska thrown in for good measure. It's hot, happening and happy stuff completely free of Calvin Harris. It may not be the coolest kid on the block, but if you're after a good old-fashioned knees-up with a little bit of mingling and perhaps the odd flirt, the White Horse sure does deliver. On further inspection, turns out this boozer also offers a mighty good full English brekkies, Sunday lunches and general calm pubbiness on school nights. So grab a pew amongst vintage furniture, exposed brick walls and colourful tat for the classic British pastime that is ale.