LOST IN BRIXTON PRESS
- “It would seem Incipio can do no wrong. With a wave of their magic wand (and an unparalleled understanding of where millennials actually want to party), all their venues are instant hits.”
- “When you think about West Brompton, you probably don't think 'foodie hotspot'...newly opened uber-venue The Prince is out to change that.”
- “For a street party with a difference...settle in to the (totally heated) enchanted garden on what is now West London's coolest street.”
CONDE NASTE TRAVELLER
- “London's Pergolas are practically restaurant royalty these days”
- “The Pergola team getting very good indeed at this whole alfresco foodie hub lark.”
- “The Prince: The new hotspot everyone is talking about.”
- The Prince in West Brompton is revolutionising the social scene in the area.”
- “Open seven days a week, this colourful epicurean street take-over has taken Fulham by storm, and as casual drinking and dining morph into a new era we think we'll be seeing a lot more like it.”
ROUND AND ABOUT MAGAZINE
- “The ultimate summer hang out and frankly trumping most other alfresco spots.”
- “Fulham and West Brompton didn't really have much in the way of the food scene...That was until The Prince came along at the end of last year – The food savior of West London.”
- “It's the king of West London pop ups – and now it's back to reign for another season!”
- A sunny pub garden is about as about as close to heaven as you can get, especailly when it's London's largest.”
factor in a retractable roof to embrace the British summer and DJs spinning the tunes for dancing, and you’ve got a welcome addition to the SW9 scene
Just when you thought Brixton Village couldn’t get any better, a brand-new rooftop terrace has launch in a hidden space above the market.
Brixton Village is already known as a low-key foodie mecca, and it was only a matter of time before it secured itself a rooftop terrace. Lost in Brixton, situated in a corner of the market up a discreet staircase, is a jungle-themed, light-flooded space with a retractable roof for sunny days, with a Latin-American inspired cocktail menu.
With an impressive menu of 16 summer spritz cocktails, new rooftop bar Lost In Brixton is the best place to drink them south of the Thames.
Get Lost in Brixton at this new rooftop terrace
From English sparkling wine to champagne, secret gardens to Mexico-themed haciendas, there's somewhere for everyone to enjoy a few tipples in the sunshine this summer
Summer in the city, done splendidly
A new hidden bar has opened in Brixton Village. At Lost in Brixton, 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.
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.
Rumours have been swirling for a few months now that something was coming to fill the gaping black hole looming above Brixton market where once stood the revellers’ paradise Brixton Rooftop (RIP). Well, the rumours are true, and Lost in Brixton is born.
expect some very Instagrammable back drops
If you’re a regular shopper at London’s Brixton Village, from August you might notice party-goers heading towards a secret staircase in one of its previously unloved corners. They’ll be heading up to ‘Lost in Brixton’, a new light-flooded terrace space, designed to represent a concrete jungle, complete with a retractable roof.
A brand new alfresco boozing spot is coming to Brixton in August.
A new jungle-inspired rooftop hangout is opening in Brixton this August, complete with Latin American-inspired cocktails, market food and all the summer vibes.
Those who have been mourning the loss of the now-closed Brixton Beach can dry their tears, because a new, giant rooftop bar is opening above Brixton Village.
Just when you thought Brixton couldn’t get any better, it goes and creates a brand new 440-capacity drinking space for summer boozing
Lost In Brixton sits on the roof of the iconic Brixton Market, and it’s going to be one of the biggest openings of summer