Brixton Beach Boulevard – Review – The London Economic

Brixton Beach Boulevard – Review

A little bit of Miami in 1982 has arrived in Brixton, and will be with us until the end of August.

The rooftop summer pop-up is the place to be the feel part of the Florida scene, in SW2.

The venue has funky cocktails, retro film screenings, food stalls and live sports. There is even real sand, you lucky people.

If you have a white tuxedo, bring it, if it rains, wear it anyway. The summer is still here and it is another addition to Brixton’s thriving bar scene.

This new pop up is brought to you from the tea that delivered the South Pole Saloon, which was voted the Best pop-up London 2015.

The six restaurants are Miami Bass – high end, Lucky Pierre – ‘Frites & Treats’, The Other Side Fried – buns, La Chatica – Latin American, Nanny Bills – streetfood classics, and Mac To The Future – Mac & Cheese.

It is open until 28th August, Thurs – Sun

Thursday: 6pm – 11pm

Friday: 6pm – 11pm

Saturday: 1pm – 12am

Sunday: 1pm – 11pm

Where – Brixton Boulevard Beach, Valentia Place, Brixton, London, SW9 8JH

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