Top of The Pops - 21st March

21 Mar 2014

Top of the Pops

Bailey Nelson, Old Street Station

Bailey Nelson have opened up in Old Street Station, bringing their stylish spectacles to the trendy East London crowd. The bright wooden paneled store is a pleasure to browse filled with specs to suit all face shapes and sizes. Bailey Nelson believe in offering high quality products “at a price that means you can be excited about wearing them without the pain to your hip pocket.”

Pickled Fork, Coldharbour Lane, Brixton

Teaming up with local residents The Pickled Fork presents The Brixton Diner. Dishing up up classic American dishes made from the best of local British produce, this secret pop up (located somewhere on Coldharbour Lane) offers Londoners the chance to enjoy an American diner style menu for a very reasonable £20. Chefs Chris Griffett and Alex Mottur have restricted the pop up to eight dates only on the 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 27th, 28th, 29th and the 30th of March so make sure you reserve yours!

March Vintage Fair, St Stephen's Rosslyn Hill

A stunning 19th Century French Gothic Church in Hampstead is being transformed in the week running up to Mothers Day. Over 40 vintage traders will be coming from across the country, setting up and selling a wide array of vintage wares. From vintage french sunglasses, crockery, posters, prints and antiques. There will also be tea and cakes on offer and of course all served on vintage china!

The Long Table, William Morris Gallery

The Long table promises an alternative dining experience in the inspirational setting of the William Morris Gallery. "Taking advantage of the William Morris Gallery's gorgeous, glass-roofed orangery extension, The Tea Room is serving up a two course delight that celebrates Morris' ethos of sharing, beauty and community, as well as his passion for artisanal techniques.” This pop up restaurant brings William Morris' ideas of fellowship to life, so f you’re looking for delicious food and good company book your tickets now:

Village Green Market, Hackney Downs Studios

This week the Village Green Market returns to Hackney Downs Studios showcasing the wares of local creatives & makers, food stall traders and cocktail shakers! Enjoy a craft ale, a wardrobe revamp or a bike MOT courtesy of The Hackney Peddler. This markets got a great community spirit. Pitch up and get involved!

Seek No Further, 30a Redchurch Street

Fruit of the Loom have launched a new premium line - Seek No Further. “Inspired by yesterdays visionaries, todays trailblazers and tomorrow's innovators. Seek No Further believes in the pioneering spirit.” Taking over a boutique space on Redchurch Street, Seek No Further have transformed the space into a stylish showcase for their new collection.