All posts tagged Coldharbour Lane

Eley Kishimoto crossing
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September 23, 2016, 1 Comment

Brixton Design Trail hit the streets again this morning as four Eley Kishimoto designed crossings replaced the zebras outside the Dogstar at the junction of Atlantic, Railton and Coldharbour.

Bookmongers sign

Bookmongers’ dogs are back on Coldharbour Lane

September 8, 2016, Comments Off on Bookmongers’ dogs are back on Coldharbour Lane

The mural Dogs Of Bookmongers, commissioned by Patrick Kelly, the founder of Brixton’s favourite bookshop almost 25 years ago, has finally emerged, ...

The proposed new passage between Atlantic and Brixton Station Roads

Council seeks architects’ help to ‘regenerate’ Atlantic Road

August 25, 2016, 1 Comment

Lambeth council is offering a contract of up to £50,000 for architects to draw up plans to “regenerate” Atlantic Road. The Architects’ Journal ...

Twins, by Taslima Martin outside Southwyck House

Brixton’s giant twin eggs going down well

August 10, 2016, Comments Off on Brixton’s giant twin eggs going down well

The new large sculptures on the corner of Somerleyton Road and Coldharbour Lane on the grassy area outside Southwyck House (the Barrier Block) seem t ...

  • Shrub & Shutter mussels
    Brixton Reviews: Shrub and Shutter
    March 24, 2016, 1 Comment

    By Peter Ward If you were debating the ideal location in Brixton to open a trendy cocktail bar and restaurant, I doubt the spot at 336 Coldharbour Lane would get […]

  • Brixton Review: Chip Shop Brixton
    February 10, 2016, 1 Comment

    Growing up, Friday tradition was fish and chips. We’d jump in the car after school and drive straight to the chippy. Fish, chips (with scraps, always), mushy peas and curry […]

  • Brixton Review: Three Little Birds
    November 26, 2015, 5 Comments

    By Mark Muldoon Brixton is fast becoming the hot place where your – shall we say – higher class of reality TV star chooses to open up their new restaurant […]

  • Brixton Review: Nanban
    October 15, 2015, 1 Comment

    By James Eaton When MasterChef Champion Tim Anderson first introduced his Japanese soul food to Brixton last year it was fantastic – top quality, wonderful flavours, big and impressive cooking. […]

  • Brixton Reviews: Mamma Dough
    October 9, 2015, Comments Off on Brixton Reviews: Mamma Dough

    By Nikki Griffiths I live with a person who is somewhat of a pizza-fanatic (he’s eating one right now), and so correlatively, I eat a lot of it. In Brixton […]