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Best things to do in London

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Salon / Barber Shop
“It has a mix of cultural vybe. You will feel and learn a lot from such place.”
204local recommendations
Pizza Place
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“Now a small chain restaurant in London, but this was the 1st restaurant and the best. Their Sourdough Pizza is maybe my favourite thing in the world.”
108local recommendations
Boutique
“ Victoria line from Brixton tube is the fastest and most reliable line in the city. And from Brixton you will always get a seat”
20local recommendations
Bar
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“Over 100 types of beers and an enormous variety of flavours to choose from. The perfect setting for after-work drinks.”
28local recommendations
Japanese Restaurant
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“Japanese food with Masterchef winner Tim Anderson. Always buzzing and fantastic food”
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Pub
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“Cool venue offering live music, comedy and club nights, plus 2-tiered garden terrace, serving pizza. ”
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Department Store
“Department Store if you are forgetting anything such as designer perfumes, designer cosmetics such as MAC, Bobby Brown, Lancome, ETC. Store also offers clothes, shoes, house products, and toys. ”
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Mexican Restaurant
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“Mexican chain diner with a lively soundtrack for small plates of market-style food and cocktails. ”
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Market
“Made famous from the Eddie Grant song, you can't visit Brixton without taking a walk around its vibrant market with a selection of afro and Caribbean stalls.”
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Bar
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“Best tasting and best value cocktails in my opinion and food is quite tasty too.”
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Night Market
“Situated smack bang in the centre of south London, Brixton has become a go-to haunt for foodies, clubbers, artists and rockers alike. This cultural mecca is filled with a sense of community, which is evident for anyone who has shopped in Brixton Village or enjoyed a drink with local residents outside the Ritzy cinema. And for those in search of a party, Brixton’s famous live venues, including the Brixton Academy and Hootananny, draw in the late night crowds. If you want pure soul food, this is the place to come, ranging from Indian to Jamaican to the Philippines, you can go around the world all in one evening and all why you are in the most vibrant and cultural area of all of London.”
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Department Store
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“Marks and Spencer in Brixton has a small clothing outlet, but mostly it's the food hall. ”
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Pub
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“A playground for Brixton's movers and shakers looking for a comfy boozer with 2 floors of bars, DJs and dancing to an eclectic mix of music. Decked out in dark finishes and bursting with frat party vibes, Market House quite literally feels like one big house party. Dance to DJs playing a hot mix of Island Disco, Old Skool Classics and party anthems when this place gets heaving over a weekend. ”
10local recommendations
Bar
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“Compact, casual bar with floor-to-ceiling windows, serving cocktails and a British menu. ”
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Premise
“On the quick Victoria line, this tube gets you into London central in just minutes!”
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Burger Joint
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“ In the trendy Brixton Village, Chicken Liquor Fries some good chicken, serves lovely cocktails and plays cool music. This is where the cool kids hang out before hitting the man trendy cocktail and live music bars of Brixton. If you don't’ go to Chicken Liquor definitely stroll through Brixton market - so many lovely places to eat there. ”
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