Happy Tuesday everyone. With EDC Las Vegas now over, it's time to pack your bags as we set out on another globe-trotting adventure in the form of our ongoing City Guide series. This week, we head to Peckham, England, with Elle Castle, a festival director for Jam On Rye Festival.
Words by Jam On Rye Fest
We all like a good drink, so where are the top spots to head to before a night out?
Peckham Springs is a great one for alfresco drinking and of course, Frank's Cafe is unbeatable in the summer. The Montpelier will always be a favourite for mine, it's such a great pub!
Where can you find the best clubs / late night venues in town?
Bussey Building always has a great programme of events on and you can always migrate down to Rye Wax if you fancy. Tola comes in a close third for a smaller and more intimate late night affair.
Brunches are a weekend staple, which spots stand out to you? -
Pedler does a great brunch but a massive shout out goes to Levan who cook seasonal everything in such a lovely setting. Get yourself a seat at the window and watch the people of Peckham go by.
Best dirty late-night street food option?
Veggie samosa and Tyskie from the corner shop... sadly late night food options is one thing that Peckham is lacking in.
Where can we shop for records and music memorabilia in Peckham?
Head to Rye Wax or Lorenzo's Record Shack.
Your Sunday escape plan when you need to get away from it all?
The Sexby Gardens in Peckham Rye Park!
Something everyone should do when visiting Peckham, but probably hasn’t?
Take advantage of films for a fiver at Peckham Plex.
A track that reminds you of your childhood in the city?
What are other great exports that come from Peckham?
Brick House Bakery and the incredible jazz scene.
A gift you can’t leave Peckham without taking home for friends?
A cinnamon bun for Brick House Bakery. Can't beat it.
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