Named after the legendary London music venue, The Brixton celebrates that last one, combining rock-and-roll chic (think classic posters) with comfort fare.
Humphrey Slocombe's maple-bourbon ice cream with gingersnap cookie crumbles, created exclusively for the restaurant, hits a high note.
The Brixton hosts a Happy Hour from 4-6pm Monday through Friday. They serve $6 glasses of wine, $3 drafts and $5 apps. Full menu here.
The Brixton serves food until 2am everyday.
"Great drinks! The Old Fashioneds and Sazeracs are money."
"The warm French Onion Dip is amazing"
Cozy up in the lounge (complete with working fireplace) or sit at the marble bar to soak in the black-and-white flocked wallpaper, cracked-paint ceiling, and black crystal chandelier. For an opening act, try the Citron John Daly (an Arnold Palmer plus citrus vodka).
The menu takes center stage, with starters like pretzel twists with Fresno chile and cheddar, entree-size salads, and mains like braised lamb sugo with picholine olives and black pepper-rosemary pappardelle.
Since The Brixton opened a little over a month ago, it's attracted enough local atention to stay packed every Wednesday through Saturday night. It also drew in a local legend, Michael Zagaris a.k.a. "the Smithsonian of rock and roll photography." He liked the sound of The Brixton when it opened, so he gave the owners a call.