Wednesday, October 24, 2012

South London, UK: Brixton Market

So, here I am at the Brixton Market in South London.   Lucky me,..... I had the luxury of two great tour guides.   I was thoroughly entertained as "my little friends" showed me all the ends and outs of the market......  We had a great day exploring the many food stalls, cafes and boutiques.  

As mentioned in my previous blog post, Brixton Market is a hub of energy and interesting sights.  There is great people watching, eateries, and cafes.  We made the rounds filling our day exploring as you'll see below.   

Spots that I'd suggest to visit are Wildcaper, an amazing find, offering quality food--options of meat, cheeses and freshly baked breads, including vegan and vegetarian options, complimented by a wonderful wine selection.  There is also, Franco Manca a charming restaurant, where we sat and ate a most enjoyable lunch of thin crust, wood-fire oven cooked pizza and salad, all the while, sipping on a nice table red.  In the near distance is also Relay, a small eatery and tea house known for its assorted teas, sandwiches, scones, cakes and delicious soups. 

There are many more great finds throughout the market, these are only a few to acquaint you with and to help get you on your way.  Whatever the case, the Market is a great way to spend an afternoon,.......or two.  Enjoy!

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