Pizza or brunch? Pizza? Or brunch? It's the ultimate hangover conundrum, but all you dirty stop-outs can quite fretting and get yourselves down to Canova Hall for the ultimate selection of pizza and classic brunch options, along with some more maverick additions like slow beef rigatoni and fried chicken with watermelon. Don't miss sister site Cattivo across the road for something different.
Where To Find Brunch In Brixton
With its mass of great bars and clubs, Brixton has been the cause of many a hangover, but it's starting to make amends. Step onto Atlantic Road or Acre Lane of a Saturday or Sunday morning and you'll find all manner of delicious Brixton brunch restaurants. From health-focused detox breakfasts, to bottomless Margaritas and artisan pizzas, if you're looking for where to find brunch in Brixton you're spoilt for choice, so we've rounded up the cream of the brunch club crop to help you out.
For ultimate hangover defeater, head to Barrio for one of the most robust brunches in Brixton. Serving up some scrumptious Latin dishes like huevos rancheros and Mexican spin on the classic Eggs Florentine, you can turn up for the food but stay for the bottomless Margaritas.
A long-standing stalwart on the Brixton brunch scene, Blues Kitchen is there for you through the thickest and thinnest of your hungover hunger needs. Think Padron peppers, Cajun popcorn squid, breakfast burgers and Creole crab benedicts as well as the classic brunch go-tos - all the perfect companion for a strong coffee and one of their house cocktails.
With a glorious view of Brockwell Park, First Aid Box offers one of the best brunches in Brixton. It should be noted - this is far from a greasy fry-up affair. Specialising in health-focused, seasonal and beautifully presented food, the First Aid Box brunch is one for those looking for something fresh and cleansing, even if you do sink a bunch of their yummy cocktails alongside.
In the mood for something with a bit of a kick? Head to Seven for a brunch with continental flair. It's full Spanish breakfasts are really quite impressive, and come as a veggie option too. There's also el bacon butties, Spain in a bap and smashed avocado with foccacia to feast upon.
This intimate restaurant and cocktail bar on Coldharbour Lane serves a solid, classic brunch. Choose to go bottomless for £25 and enjoy two courses of dishes including french toast, huevos rotos, and American pancakes, a great way to start any morning.