Brixton Buzz



Eat hipster-style in Brixton Village. Shop with ease in H&M, M&S and the giants Tesco and Sainsbury’s. See iconic gigs at Brixton Academy (O2) and downstairs in Brixton Electric. Go out big at the POW, JAMM and Hootananny. Meet friends at the Effra Social and Duke of Edinburgh’s gorgeous garden. Spend your days surrounded by the expansive views and greenery of Brockwell Park. Everything’s accessible by foot, and just like Brixton’s most famous avenue — Electric.

“People come from the markets that are always bustling and are looking for a different kind of dining experience. Our customers are fantastic and really understand quality food. They’ve made our restaurant what it is today.”

Jaime Garcia
Co-Owner of Boqueria Restaurant, Brixton

Brixton Bound



Popping into town? End-of-the-line Brixton Underground offers seats and Oxford Street in 11 minutes (change at Stockwell to Northern Line to reach the City in just 23 minutes). Your homeward journey is covered too, with the Victoria line offering a night service with trains every 10 minutes on Friday and Saturday evenings. Alternatively, a taxi can get you home from Islington, the other side of Central London, in under 40 minutes. And bus stops mere yards from the door connect you to virtually the entire capital. Want something different? Take a 5-minute train ride south for the village vibe of leafy Dulwich.

“Central London and the City is a short tube
journey away – effortless commuting.”

Anaïs Cossa
Brixton Resident

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