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Best Food Summer Pop-Ups

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A wave of new foodie pop-ups are running in the capital to make city summer time all the more bearable. From floating bars to gourmet supper clubs, catch them while you can...

Peardrop in Italia #DineDanceDonate

Do your bit for charity while enjoying tasty grub at Peardrop’s latest supper club at The King’s Head in Shoreditch. Part of its seasonal #DineDanceDonate series, which features themed food and DJ sets with a portion of proceeds going to the mental health charity Mind, this Italian-inspired evening includes delicious dishes from four of Italy’s culinary hotspots (think risotto from Milan and pizza from Naples).
When: 11th-12th August 



Alfred Le Roy

All aboard Alfred Le Roy’s classic barge for a spot of riverside cruising. Docked in Hackney Wick, the floating venue sets sail every weekend, offering a tempting selection of charcuterie and veggie sharing boards to enjoy as you sit back and relax on the comfy booths with a craft beer in hand.
When: Every weekend until 25th September




Pitch up to C Food’s summer residency in Camberwell for an outdoor eating extravaganza. Taking place in a secret, Mediterranean-inspired courtyard every Sunday afternoon, you can feast on mountains of fresh seafood, washed down with ice cold rosé.
When: Every Sunday until 28th August



Chicken of the Woods

Taking place in Crouch End’s beautiful grade II listed Townsey Hall, this weekly supper club from two top chefs is an intimate dining experience with a changing five-course tasting menu of seasonal British produce at its very best.
When: Every Friday and Saturday until 29th October



Summer Sky Riviera at The Gherkin

Make believe you’re on the French Riviera with Provence-style cuisine (think plenty of fresh seafood) and beautifully crafted Tanqueray No.10 gin cocktails at this glamorous Côte d'Azur-inspired installation at Searcy’s The Gherkin.
When: Until 2nd September




Love pizza? Then you won’t want to miss MySliceFest, London’s largest ever outdoor festival dedicated to the tastiest slices from top vendors, coupled with a stellar DJ line up – the perfect cheat day.
When: Saturday 30th July



Pop Fields Brixton

South London’s brand new sports-themed space is the perfect place to watch the Olympics on the big screen while enjoying delicious street food grub from Pop Brixton’s top traders (think BBQ delights from Mama’s Jerk and mouth-watering pizza from Made of Dough), plus Pimms in the sunshine.
When: All summer



Prawnography Brunch Pop-Up

From scallop and bacon rolls to freshly baked croissants with shrimp marmalade, you won’t want to miss Street Feast favourite Prawnography’s weekend brunch pop-up at Fish Market in Liverpool Street. Enjoy super fresh fish and creative flavour combinations with unlimited bubbles for just £15 per person.
When: Until 7th August



San Pellegrino “Live in Italian” at Harvey Nichols

Celebrate all things Italian at San Pellegrino’s new dining destination on Harvey Nichols’ fifth floor terrace in Knightsbridge. Designed to look like an authentic piazza, there’s a daytime menu of gourmet bites and summer cocktails by the Italian Supper Club, plus regular evening banquets by Michelin-starred chefs.
When: Until 7th August



Smoke & Salt

Head to Smoke & Salt’s new residency at The Chapel Bar in Islington for modern and seasonal fare with an international twist. Run by two young chefs who learned their craft at Notting Hill’s The Shed and specialise in creative bakes, the monthly changing menu is a treat, whether you fancy brunch or a three-course dinner with Petit Fours.
When: Ongoing



Wild Brunch Club – Foraging

Make the most of the sunshine with Wild Brunch Club foraging extravaganza, which includes a guided walk around a central London park, where you’ll discover the edible delights growing on your doorstep, followed by a Scottish-themed meal at Mac & Wild, complete with foraged cocktails from The Botanist Gin’s top mixologists.
When: Saturday 6th August; Saturday 3rd September; Saturday 1st October


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