Setting out to fulfil the appetites for food, drink and dance in Brixton, ‘Sorry, No Vacancies’ is looking set to be one of South London’s hottest joints.
With a very strong team of creatives behind this project, it’s hard to resist the temptation to test this place out as soon as it opens on Saturday. The brainchild of award winning cocktail makers Soul Shakers (MeatLiquor, Burger Lobster), producers Gorilla Events and programming/promotion specialists Kingdom Collective (Land of Kings, RBMA, Oxjam), this pop-up project is bound to spark interest. That list of names is all good and well, but it lacks a food input, so the team have called upon Chris Gillard from St. John Restaurant (some of the best food locations in London) to curate his personal fantasy hotdog menu, creating ‘The Dog House’ within the venue.
Split over two levels and including a heated yard and smoking area, ‘Sorry, No Vacancies’ promises to combine big food, proper drinks and a combination of “low-slung disco, late night jazz and grown-up house” as they like to put it. If you’re looking for a new spot to try in South London, make sure to check out ‘Sorry, No Vacancies’ while it is open from November ’til January.
To get your mouths watering, check out a preview of some of the custom cocktails, including the Blue Cheer, Limited Slip and Lucy In The Sky (in that order).
Sorry, No Vacancies
378 Brixton Road