A brand-new hidden space is set to open in Brixton Village this August. Introducing Lost in Brixton, a concrete jungle with drinks, food from the market, and happy times – expect to find music, local draft beer, a Latin American inspired cocktail menu, a retractable roof and a service that will bring food from the market itself into the venue. A brand and get away, Lost in Brixton is set to be the area’s worst kept secret.
Take a wrong turn to the right place, and you’ll find Lost…Tucked behind Brixton Village in a space that’s never been seen by the public, Lost in Brixton will have a capacity for 440 and will be a first for the market. Guests will access the space by making their way through Brixton Village to the newly developed site in a hidden corner of the market, where a secret staircase will lead guests up to the airy space above.
Against a sweep of Brixton’s classic brick railway arches, natural materials and jungle greenery will fill the light-flooded space, with a retractable roof ready for long summer evenings. The design, inspired by travel and discovery will create a place for people to gather, relax and get away.
Lost in Brixton will be breaking from the typical market dining format, using the first of its kind technology to deliver food straight from the market to the space. Using the NEW Tablesnapper app guests will be able order from the traders within Brixton Village and Market Row and runners will deliver it, allowing guests to sample the tasty and exotic range of cuisines available without having to leave the comfort of Lost in Brixton.
Open five days of the week, the Latin American inspired cocktail menu will feature a selection of 16 summer spritzers, botanicals, and curated cocktails that will showcase emerging spirit brands. Brixton Brewery, located only 250 metres away, will be pumping local beer into tanks at Lost in Brixton every week – providing the freshest beer to its neighbours.
To celebrate the launch, Lost in Brixton will be offering the first 1,000 bookings a FREE frozen Pina Colada. Follow them on @lostbrixton to get a sneak peak of what to expect.
It will be working closely with Brixton Village to support the close community of traders and businesses already working in the thriving market area, bringing a new lease of life to the space. A community-focused destination, appealing to locals and visitors alike, the venue will be used by local groups for events and activities during the day with the first communal seating area in the market open to the public.
Situated at the heart of SW9, Lost in Brixton is set to be the area’s worst kept secret.