Top of the Pops: August Week One

29 Jul 2015


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After the success of last year, Turntables is back on a canalside of Hackney Wick Terrace. Alongside an impressive line-up of DJ’s, will be an array of great vendors. Street food will include The Cheese Truck and White Men Can’t Jerk to name a couple. You’ll be able to wash all this down with a cocktail from Butlets Gin and Quiquiriqui Mezcal and not forgetting the specially brewed Turntable larger. There will also be street art, exhibitions and a sunshine terrace making this a great way to spend your evenings.

Location: 119 Wallis Road E9 5LN
Opening Dates: July 30th- Aug 18th
Opening Times: Thursday- Friday 5pm/ Saturday- Sunday 12pm

Storeys roof top

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In the iconic Television Centre comes West London’s newest street food market. Set on the top of the multi-story carpark, where the BBC called home for 60 years, is the vibrant new home for lots of great vendors, such as Le Bun, Randys Wing Bar and also lots of bars. It is set over two levels and will also feature wall murals from young artist and talented artist, installations and wall plants.

Location: Multi-storey carpark Television Centre Wood Lane W12 7RS
Opening Dates: From 31st July
Opening Times: Fridays 5pm-11pm/ Saturdays 11am-11pm/ Sunday 11am- 8pm

Duck ‘N’ Roll

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Duck ‘N’ Roll have moved to a temporary residency at Baranis on Chancery Lane as Dinerama is undergoing reconstruction. This is the food baby of Pascal Aussignac, Vincent Labeyrie and the team at Michelin-starred Restauranr Club Gascan. It is a celebration of duck so you can expect a menu that fetures duck burgers and duck summer rolls. There is also a complimentary cocktail menu and they’ll be serving Vesper Martini’s 2-for-1 all night long.

Location: Baranis, 115 Chancery Lane WC2A 1PP
Opening Dates: Saturdays only from 1st August
Opening Times: 5pm till late

Notting Gill Chippy

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Next to the main restaurant in Kensington Place, Notting Gill will be opening up a fish and chip shop. It is a mixture between traditional English dishes and exciting interpretations such as curried spiced batter fish and a doughnut crammed with lobster thermidor sauce. They’ll also be serving poppy and rye sourdough with seaweed butter and craft beer. The pop-up is decorated in maritime colours and is a modern twist on a classic eatery.

Location: Kensington Place 201 Kensington Church Street W8 7XL
Opening Dates: Friday 31st July- 29th August
Opening Times: Tuesday- Friday 12pm-3pm and 6:30pm- 10pm/ Saturday 12pm-6pm and 6:30pm- 10pm

Little Nan's Cocktail Den

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All the way from the South of London comes Little Nan’s Cocktail Den to Shoreditch. Set beneath a restaurant on the popular Curtain Road, customers are given a two hour slot to enjoy the experience. Everyone can enjoy bottomless teapots of Nan’s delicious cocktails and unlimited pic ‘n’ mix. It’s a chance to experience the Kitsch glamour of Nan’s world with lots of vintage royal memorabilia in remembrance of the late Queen’s Mother.

Location: 26 Curtain Road EC2A 3NY
Opening Dates: 13th May- 15th August
Opening Times: Tuesday- Saturday 5pm-1am