Situated in the heart of Brixton between Brixton Road and Coldharbour Lane and close to Atlantic Road, Brixton Village Market provides visitors with an unusual array of stalls that encompasses everything that is so wonderful about this unique area.
Visitors will have the chance to enjoy the local area itself which benefits from a multi-cultural community. Check out Electric Avenue with its array of global stores.
This is the place which was famed by musician Eddie Grant who named one of his tracks after this particular area in Brixton. There are several types of people who mix in perfect harmony from Indians to Afro-Caribbean’s and many more. In addition to this, there are a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants in the local area which all offers an eclectic mix of foods that guests can take advantage of.
The leafy suburb of Clapham is within touching distance of Brixton Village Market. It is currently considered to be one of the most desirable areas to live in the capital and boats a wealth of trendy shops, bars as well as restaurants to choose from. Clapham Common is nearby which visitors can choose to explore. It is the home of many events which take place throughout the year as well as major festivals and events that have been headlined previously by major artists such as legendary DJ and famous Brighton and Hove Albion fan Fatboy Slim.
Brixton Village and the neighbouring arcade of Market Row welcomes visitors who can view the many scores of shops available which provides a wide variety of foods from all over the world. This includes areas from India and East Asia to South America and the Caribbean. You will even be able to admire the renowned cafes and medicine shops which surround the site.
This captures the true essence of Brixton with plenty of places to eat and drink even as soon as you get off the tube. Brixton Village Market is completely filled with trendy small businesses, coffee shops and several food vendors. It is currently the proud home to more than 20 different cafes, restaurants and many more vibrant food outlets which make this an incredibly appetising choice for visitors. The best times to go are usually between Thursday and Friday nights when the market really comes alive and tends to be open till late. This is where you will have the opportunity to benefit from a wide choice of international dishes on offer as well as live musical performances.
In order to access Brixton Village Market, visitors will be required to access Brixton Underground or Rail station. This lies in Zone 2 of the Underground system. It is served by the Victoria line. It takes less than a 5 minute walk to reach the site from the tube station. Both Brixton Village and the additional market arcade called Market Row are open from Monday to Wednesday between 8am and 6pm, Thursday to Saturday from 8am until midnight and on Sundays until 5pm.