Who knew that a public toilet could have such an amazing lease of life? More than 100 years old, this former WC under Clapham Common has now been converted into… WC. Though this time it stands for wine and charcuterie as opposed to water closet. Restoring as many of the old features as they could—the original cubicle doors now table tops, the owners have spruced the place up with reclaimed mahogany furniture and leather cushioning. The space offers an intimate venue for fine wines, cocktails and charcuterie boards, enjoyed on tables squeezed into the same positions as the original stalls. As you will have guessed: the former life of this place is well and truly embraced. Notes found inside the walls from ‘previous guests’ are now framed in their actual toilets, and make for interesting restroom reading. Only seating 40, it’s wise to get there early as while there is an outdoor area, the main draw of this place is in the seclusion and relaxation of the inside. After all, no one likes going to the toilet out in the cold.