Love Brixton

 

Brixton is a lively, multicultural area with a down-to-earth vibe. Brixton Market offers street food and vintage finds, plus clothes and produce that reflect the area’s Caribbean roots. Casual eateries serving global fare line pedestrian-friendly Brixton Village. Late-night revellers hit celebrated bars and live-music venues such as the O2 Academy Brixton for rock gigs, and Hootananny for cutting-edge sounds.

 

What people say about Brixton

"Brixton is world renowned for its extraordinary character, rich diversity and cultural heritage. Its economic centre is small, tightly knit and while there is a strong focus on retail, food and drink it is also home to a small, but growing creative cluster. It is surrounded by residential neighbourhoods, many with their own strong identities, as well as an important community living in the heart of the town centre."

-Lambeth council-

 

"This dynamic and culturally diverse area in south London attracts foodies from across the city to its historic covered market lined with food stalls, quirky boutiques, and independent restaurants serving every global cuisine you can think of.Best for: Global cuisine, live music and street art"

-Trip Advisor User-

 

"There is so much culture here in this part of London it's hard to describe. There are a lot of outdoor vendors and also affordable restaurants. Everything in general in this area is affordable. Some nice street art in the area as well if that's your thing."

-Trip Advisor User-

 

"Brixton is a thriving busy suburb of London that is easy to access by public transport - particularly the Victoria Line of the Underground. It is well known for its market on and around the historic Electric Avenue."

-Trip Advisor User-

 

"It's a great place for eating, inspiration, people-watching, present shopping, night-life and music."

-Trip Advisor User-

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