Top of the Pops: July Week Four
17 juil. 2015
Birra Moretti Gran Tour
Following the success of last summer, Birra Moretti are back for a second year running with their Gran Tour and this time they are heading over to Space Studio in Hackney. This July you can sample the delights of Italy from an array of vendors each showcasing their authentic cooking methods and delicious regional dishes. For just £10 a ticket you receive two meals, two beers and gelato. It will be a long weekend of good food washed down with great beer in the company of friends.
Location: Space Studio, 129-131 Mare Street Hackney, E8 3RH
Opening Date: 16th July- 19th July
Opening Time: 5:30pm onwards
If you’re experiencing holiday blues, then Camden Beach pop-up has the cure. Presented by Stoli Vodka, it's an expanse of sand featuring beach huts, bars and food vendors. Stoli can be found in their iconic lemonade van, serving ice cold beverages that include the Stoli Mint Lemonade and also Stoli Lemon Sorbet. It’s free entry but you can book a beach hut for some privacy with your group and there is also a rooftop garden that sits above the 150 tonnes of sand which you can hire.
Location: Roundhouse Terrace, Chalk Farm Road NW1 8EH
Opening Date: 17th July- 23rd August
Opening Time: Monday-Tuesday 5pm-11pm/ Wednesday- Sunday 12pm-11pm
Good JuJu Bar
On a mission to help Londoners feel energised during their busy day, Good JuJu Bar have created a smoothie menu made from 100% natural, raw fruit and veg. The ingredients selected are sourced based on the nutrients they provide which help the body to function to its full potential and these include beetroot, basil and orange. You can even leave your smoothie flavour to chance by spinning their Chakra Wheel. It’s a great lunchtime choice for those who are passionate about alternative health options.
Location: 190 Shoreditch High Street E1 6HU
Opening Date: Daily until at least 27th July
Opening Time: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm/ Saturday 11am-7pm/ Sunday 12pm-6pm
London Loves LA
After a trip to the States where they sourced the best vintage thrift from various secret LA locations, sisters Sophie and Ella decided to start selling their fashion finds. The clothes available have ranged from tie dye to stone wash denim. They’ve also designed their own fashion line that evokes 90’s young Hollywood. The concept is a nostalgic road trip around the sunny West Coast of America and it’s now on sale in Haus Kats 4 day market in Shoreditch. This collective will see lots of fashion brands come together in the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane.
Location: 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL
Opening Date: 16th July- 19th July
Opening Time: Thursday 2:00pm - 8:00pm/ Friday- Saturday 11:00 - 7:00pm/ Sunday: 11:00pm - 6:00pm
Pig Dog and Brisket
If you are on the hunt for a smoky treat then be on the lookout for a 1965 Citroen HY van popping up in food markets all over London. The vehicle, which has an American BBQ smoker installed, is visiting Fenchurch Street market for two weeks. The mastermind behind these tasty Southern American snacks is chef of 25 years, Kelvin Sturman. He has taken to the streets to sell his Kansas style pork belly which having been smoked for more than 12 hours over hickory wood, is served in a brioche bun and topped with BBQ Sauce. It also comes with pickled Asian slaw or pickled watermelon.
Location: Fenchurch Street, EC3M 4AJ
Opening Date: 9th-24th July (Tuesday- Friday only)
Opening Time: 8am-6pm