Cocktail Bars in Brixton

Few areas cater to such a diverse crowd as Brixton, meaning few cater to so many options for cocktail bars. From the cheap and cheerful just shy of Electric Avenue, to the boujie, perfect for a brunch with mates, we've scoped every street in Brixton for its best cocktail bars. Check out our recommendations below.

Last updated on 23rd June 2021




Barrio Brixton

190 user reviews 4

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How can you talk about fun Brixton cocktail bars without giving a mention to Barrio? Taking the energy and colour from Latin America, they've got a food menu serving up Peruvian treats and a drinks menu delivering loads of signature blends made of mescal, pisco, rum and tequila. DJs bring the music until 2am on weekends too, meaning you can party on as you sip on their wonderful mixed drinks.

Beast of Brixton

392 user reviews 5

Hidden off the high street is a fun cocktail bar in Brixton waiting for you to enjoy. Find a door, climb the staircase and you'll be welcomed by an independent bar with a quirky interior made of bone and gold, perfect for hiding away and drinking fabulously mixed drinks. Head over on a Sunday too and you might just be treated to the best Sunday roast in London…

Three Little Birds Brixton

130 user reviews 4

Looking for the best cocktails in Brixton? Whether you've got a taste for rum or just fancy something a little different, make your way to Three Little Birds exotic concoctions, classic drinks and a Jamaican-inspired menu of small plates and brunch favourites.

Nanban

828 user reviews 4

This cool and quirky cocktail bar in Brixton offers a delicious and intriguing selection of drinks that take their inspiration from Japan. From sake and shochu-based beverages to boozy milkshakes, it's a great spot if you fancy something a little different from your cocktail.

Three Eight Four

126 user reviews 4

With it's cool industrial decor, Three Eight Four is establishing itself as a great hangout spot for any occasion. The cocktail menu is equally as stylish, the minted sazerac made from wild turkey rye, courvoisier, home made mint syrup, angostura and peychaud bitters, is a particular highlight.