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Brixton Village and Market Row

There are 83 businesses in Brixton Village and 45 in Market Row, of all shapes and sizes. We offer something for everyone here in Brixton Village and Market Row!

There is a real diverse mix of businesses here.  For the most part small and independent, some of them have started here and thanks to all the customers have been able to grow so now you’ll see us popping up in other neighbourhoods in London.  Some of them have been trading here for well over twenty years.

Fresh food, fresh produce, beauty, grooming, jewellery, clothing, household, art, music, medicinal herbs. The choices are almost endless.

Visitors really are spoilt for choice in Brixton Village and Market Row, you can buy the ingredients for a great meal, or the materials for your next fashion or artistic creation, or you can come here for the finished product – a great meal with friends, or your new outfit for that special occasion!  Whatever the time of day you’ll have a great experience.  Perhaps a morning coffee and quiet chat with friends, or a business meeting, or stocking up on the necessities. Alternatively soak up the atmosphere on a weekend evening when everyone is sitting outside at packed tables and the music is playing.

When you visit Brixton Village and Market Row you also might like to visit nearby Pop Brixton for more great food and drinks.

Opening Hours

8am —  11.30pm

Mondays till 6pm

Open Sundays

How to get there

Brixton Road
P4, P5, 2, 3, 35, 36, 37, 45, 59, 109, 118, 133, 159, 196, 250, 322, 333, 345, 415, 432, 689, 690
St John’s Crescent, Saltoun Road,
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