I was told by my workmate that there are a number of markets around Brixton. The good thing is that the markets are close to the station, literally it is about 1 minute walk from the station to get there. 416 more words
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Brixton is famous for its vibrant, buzzing markets, selling pretty much anything from avocados to watch straps.
On Small Business Saturday – happening this December 6 – new and long-standing traders will bring fresh products to the market, on what will be the first major trading Saturday in the run-up to Christmas. 280 more words
“We were here before Wahaca!” says Stuart Horwood, stalwart of Brixton market, watch-man, and CEO of the Brixton Market Traders’ Federation. Horwood means, specifically, the strikingly colourful paintwork of his stall was in the off before Brixton’s latest chain-restaurant branch opened only a few metres away. 937 more words
Once again Saturday evening appeared and I was without a restaurant reservation. Where to? Brixton market of course.
I wasn’t really sure what I fancied so I did a couple of laps of the market/row areas and deliberated the pros and cons of each establishment. 379 more words
If you’re thinking of starting your own street food business, it’s worth investigating which of London’s most popular markets offers you the most competitive rent, as all are not created equal. 438 more words
Saturday was all about the rugby for me. I watched it in a pretty lacklustre boozer, which I won’t name. After the game had finished (England lost – gutted) and I’d had four or five (who’s counting?) pints of Cornwall’s very own Tribute beer I was feeling pretty peckish. 278 more words