Pop Brixton is a temporary project that has turned disused land into a creative space for local, independent businesses. Come and discover South London’s most exciting start-ups working in food, retail, design and social enterprise. Pop Brixton exists to support local jobs, training and enterprise. It is a community initiative that has transformed a disused plot of land into a pioneering space tha...
Less a bar, more an entire street, transformed into an epicurean paradise featuring London’s most exciting food, drink and social experiences.
Day or night, rain or shine, come eat, drink and party with us in London’s largest pub garden, complete with retractable roof!
Restaurants Drinks Cheap Eats Catch Up With Friends
Welcome to the Pizza Playground. Our largest pizzeria – with amazing outside terrace, bocce ball, Mario Kart, Pinball – and right opposite Canary Wharf.
Fan of the Rugby? Book our Pizza Playground to watch the Six Nations with your friends, ice cold beer and most importantly, pizza! Find out more info by dropping us an email!
Bluebird is a local neighbourhood restaurant, situated on the King’s Road. A modern European restaurant and bar with outside terraces and lounge. Bluebird is a stylish establishment in the heart of Chelsea. Moreover its vast stylish space makes it a perfect destination to unwind and have fun with friends and family.
A unique London Bridge outdoor street & drinks hotspot, a few minutes walk from the station and iconic London Shard. Vinegar Yard offers a whole host of fun, from pop-up shops, to art installations & weekly flea market on the weekends.
In between vibrant Brixton and trendy Clapham, the Hope & Anchor is serving up juicy burgers and shaking up Instagram worthy cocktails. The ultimate destination for parties and celebrations, or casual drinks and a bite to eat. Book a private hut in their large garden, sit under the pergola or sunbathe on the sundeck.
BOXPARK launched the world's first pop-up shopping mall in Shoreditch back in 2011, and has since become a staple of the East London scene. The retail revolution built from shipping containers effortlessly fuses the concepts of the modern street food market and the pop-up shopping destination.