The garden-themed rooftop joint behind Brixton Village connects diners to neighborhood vendors with a state-of-the-art food delivery system from TableSnappr

Lost In Brixton, a food and drink rooftop concept in London, is introducing a unique way of dining in a garden-like hidden experience. Opening August 1, its undisclosed location creates an exclusivity among those looking for dinner or going out for a drink. Not only that, but the brand has also partnered with local food vendors to redefine the food delivery environment.

With help from TableSnappr–one of the first mobile food delivery apps for street food markets–customers can sit down and enjoy a cocktail from the rooftop bar's Latin American-inspired drink menu and order from any of the local restaurants in the area. From there, a “runner” will go to the chosen restaurant and deliver food straight to the customer's table.

This laid-back atmosphere joins various businesses together while giving customers the opportunity to discover new foods or order from their favorite restaurant. The garden-like rooftop decor transports customers away from the city, while providing a hidden interactive experience that both locals and visitors can enjoy.

Lost In Brixton


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Lost In Brixton, a food and drink rooftop concept in London, is introducing a unique way of dining in a garden-like hidden experience. Opening August 1, its undisclosed location creates an exclusivity among those looking for dinner or going out for a drink. Not only that, but the brand has also partnered with local food vendors to redefine the food delivery environment.

With help from TableSnappr–one of the first mobile food delivery apps for street food markets–customers can sit down and enjoy a cocktail from the rooftop bar's Latin American-inspired drink menu and order from any of the local restaurants in the area. From there, a “runner” will go to the chosen restaurant and deliver food straight to the customer's table.