Top of the Pops: September Week Five
25 Sep 2015
Back in 1868, Edgar and Simeon Curtice opened a grocery store where they created their rich tomato sauce. Today, on Brick Lane, their legacy has been reignited by a young chef who goes by the name of Mario. Using fresh ingredients sourced from organic farms, this delicious ketchup is the best thing since Heinz. You’ll find bottles and bottles at the store ready to be taken home and lavished unashamedly all over your dinner.
Location: 64 Brick Lane, E1 6RF
Opening Dates: 17th September-10th October
Opening Times: Monday-Tuesday 9am-9pm/ Sunday 10am-6pm
This family orientated knit brand is bringing its retro Autumn collection to the streets of London. Inspired by the aging photographs of Grandmother in her youth wearing a comfy jumper in the 50’s and the bold colours of sportswear from the 60’s, this range of clothes is a great addition to any winter wardrobe. Their range of beautiful, textured knitwear has been manufactured by a team of British knitters so you can rest assured that what you’re buying is 100% natural and ethical.
Location: State of Independance Market, Cafe 1001, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL
Opening Dates: 26th-27th September
Opening Times: 12pm-6pm
One Love Kitchen
When the founders of One Love Kitchen realised that the health conscious city of Toronto wouldn’t take to the naughtiness of Caribbean food, they decided to create a new healthy adaptation of it. All the way from America, this authentic menu is street ‘food from the heart.’ Set up on a stall in Maltby market, you’ll find healthy yet still flavoursome traditional dishes such as jerk chicken, curried goat and roti.
Location: Fenchurch Street, EC3M 4AJ
Opening Dates: 8th September- 10th October
Opening Times: Tuesday- Friday 8am-9pm
Room 39 (Tranzit Store)
In 2010, Petra Green founded what she describes as a ‘unisex environment,’ dedicated to producing unique furnishings and accessories for the home. Here, you will find a range of products from intricately patterned cushions to colourful throws, contemporary takes on the traditional mug to quirky scented soaps. This is a space where art meets craft, offering an array of products all manufactured in sustainable ways.
Location: Old Street Underground Station, Old Street, EC1Y 1BE
Opening Dates: 20th-27th September
Opening Times: 9am-6pm
Design Junction: Bar and Restaurants
In South Hampton Row, for four days only, you can discover what happens when art and design meet culinary innovation. Ten vendors, including Le Bun and Crosstown Doughnuts, will be ready and waiting to tempt you with a host of special treats. You’ll find a special cocktail collaboration from TFL and East London Liquor Company and fruit ice pops from Paleta Girl. No one will go home hungry from this design show!
Location: The College and Victoria House, Southampton Row, WC1B 4AP
Opening Dates: 24th-27th September
Opening Times: Thursday 11am-9pm/ Friday and Saturday 11am-6pm/ Sunday 11am-5pm