You’re heading out to a concert after work at Brixton Academy and the band isn’t playing until 9pm – so what do you do in the time between finishing work and 9pm? Go to Brixton Village, obviously!
Brixton Village is filled with little hidden gems to explore.
We were going to see Alt-J this particular evening and decided we needed some pre-concert-brixton-village-exploration. We stumbled upon El Panzone which has an outdoor area in the front with fake grass and garden furniture, luring you in for a freshly made margarita and feeling the need to wear a sombraro.
I ordered an ice cold corona and a quesadilla with chorizo (£7), which came presented in quarters with salsa, sour cream, and guacamole on the side.
Very cheesy, just the way I like it and the chorizo gave a lovely smokey flavour. And that concludes our Brixton adventure pre-concert – and might I add, Alt-J were amazing.