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Sorry, No Vacancies

Wines, Spirits & Beer on Brixton Road
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Address
378 Brixton Road, Brixton, London, SW9 7AW
Region
Brixton
Nearest Station
Brixton 0.18 miles away

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Combining big food, proper drinks and a soundtrack of low-slung disco, late night jazz and grown-up house, Sorry, No Vacancies is set to open in the heart of London’s Brixton from November til January. Serving up hearty portions of good times, the split level venue with heated yard and smoking area is now open to the public.

The story of Sorry, No Vacancies is one about love of food, of dancing, of forgotten fun, of the act of creation. Brought to you by Award-winning cocktail aficionados Soul Shakers (MeatLiquor, Burger Lobster), seasoned producers Gorilla Events and programming/promotion specialists Kingdom Collective (Land of Kings, Red Bull Music Academy, Oxjam), Sorry, No Vacancies brings together their joint expertise in sustenance, entertainment and comfort, along with years of understanding of the esoteric science of “vibe”.

Setting out to create a space that equally satisfies all the senses, “EAT. DRINK. DANCE” quickly became the inspiration and simple driving force behind the project…

For the peckish, food for the venue will be curated by one of London's finest chefs: Chris Gillard from St John Restaurant, presenting his own fantasy hot dog menu. A festival favourite and pop-up veteran himself, Chris and his team set up shop in “The Dog House”, the venue’s in-house hot dog emporium.

Unveiling a menu of gloriously intoxicating tipples such as “Blue Cheer”, “Flashback” and “Now Get Hip”, Soul Shakers bring the kind of deft mixology that has seen them become some of London’s most sought after drinks dons.

Weekends will see a rolling roster of guest DJs including The Invisible, Soft Rocks, Hannah Holland, Sound of the Cosmos, Nadia Ksaiba, Heavenly Jukebox, Ray Mang, Bill Brewster, Homance, The Pool DJs, Cut & Shut Disco and many more to be announced. Meanwhile Thursdays and Sundays are set to feature a lo-fi mix of rockabilly and blues as well as live organist.

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