Known for

Brixton O2 Academy
Brixton Market shopping
Brixton pop up food market


Different London indeed. Brixton has been intensely influenced by Caribbean, African, West Indian and Asian cultures. This multicultural blend resulted in a plethora of independent bars and restaurants, while its transport links make it perfect for those on business trips keen to explore local life in the capital.



Food and drink

Food and drink

There are always new sides of Brixton to discover, especially when it comes to food: regular restaurants sit comfortably alongside the ever-changing and stupendous mix of stalls, street and pop-up restaurants (for more on London’s pop-up restaurants read our blog article):

Queen's house Greenwich

Culture and events

Alongside its extensive food scene there is a vibrant and exciting mix of events and institutions in Brixton, all coming together to showcase some of the UK’s best up-and-coming artists, bands and performers:

Greenwich Market Food Stall

Days out

After being swept off your feet with in a cultural haze, you’ll probably fancy something a bit more chilled and relaxing, so head to the area’s parks and squares, or take a stroll up Brixton Hill:

  • Independent restaurants
  • Brixton Hill , Rush Common
  • Milkwood Community Park


Brixton Market does not fail to live up to its reputation as one of the most comprehensive sites in London, with hidden and quirky stalls, shops and independent venues offering everything from fresh fish to fresher music:

  • Shops on Brixton High Street
  • Brixton Market
  • Brixton Village

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