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This open space fronting the Brixton Tate Library has a name charged with meaning for the UK’s Afro-Caribbean community. This lovely space has fantastic views across Brixton and is a great place for an uncrowded yet still fun drinks spot.
Later the mill was revived with steam and ten gas engines, and Ashby’s Mill supplied wholemeal flour to many of the top West End hotels and restaurants. After which, you’ll be ready to salsa the night away to Cuban beats in the covered club area, inspired by the legendary Havana bar, El Floridita… My personal favourite is Jalisco as I’m a huge fan of Latin American food, and who doesn’t love a burrito, right?The paintings are labelled on Google Maps, so you can take a tour through Brixton’s not so distant past. Time Out has described it as the best outdoor terrace in London, which has to count for something, right?
They say it’s South London’s biggest beer garden, which is quite an impressive feat, don’t you think?Electric Avenue was the title of Eddy Grant’s song about the Brixton Riots, which became an international hit. Like any working class area in London Brixton once had an edge, but in April 1981 this place earned particular notoriety as the scene of a riot brought about by inequality and unemployment.