This Saturday it'll definitely be worth heading down Carnaby-way as their annual food festival kicks off. It'll mean that some of the best restaurants in the area take to the streets and a lot more besides.
The full line shows that there will be a Huge range on the streets for the day:
There's yet another reason to head down Bermondsey way this week as a pretty impressive-sounding market is kicking off this weekend. Druid Street Market starts on July 4 and will be a fixture every Saturday from then on. It's the brainchild of Miranda York, also behind the lovely looking Toast magazine, and is being designed to complement both Borough and Maltby - each of which are only a short walk away (Maltby is
It's not just nearby King's Cross that's got a street food bug of late, now Euston's getting in on the action - but with maybe a little less of the "street".
They're opening a new section just outside the station called Junction - three food outlets which may eventually rotate with other sellers - around every 6-12 months - so they'll be a bit more permanant than your usual street food set
If you've been in the areas recently, you'll have noticed that the top of the Old Street roundabout is getting a new look. It's going to become a new street food hub mainly centred around two pop-ups - Burger Bear and Prawnography.
Burger Bear will be serving up the burgers that have gone down very well at markets and Stokey Bears. It'll open every day from lunchtime, with
We popped down to the latest instalment of Street Feast last weekend to see how things were playing out. In short - they've managed to cram a lot into a small space.
The first glimmer of sunshine has brought Londoners out in force - now comes Summer Tales, a street food and cocktail pop up that promises to bring a "touch of the jungle" to East London's Old Street.
What's going on?
This is the latest concept from the folk who brought you Night Tales, an award winning celebration of fine food, innovative cocktails and top DJs to provide the
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