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Guinness St Patrick’s Day at Street Feast Hawker House on 17 March 2018

Guinness, street food, RUGBY – Street Feast is teaming up with Guinness this St. Patrick’s Day to bring the Six Nations to Hawker House for an epic match-day bash. 🏉

Gather your mates, grab a seat in the stadium-style grandstand and get ready for action as we watch all three games of the NatWest Six Nations live finale, including England vs. Ireland, on a massive LED screen. Expect Guinness on tap, big competitions, plus a world-beating line-up of street food traders serving delicious grub on the touchline.

Whether you’re a rugby fan, a Guinness fan, a street food fan, English or Irish, don’t miss out on this big St Paddy’s Day showdown.

www.streetfeast.com/guinness-street-feast

Location:
Hawker House, Canada Street, London SE16 7PJ

Times:
From 12pm

Price:
£5 including a pint of Guinness! Book online.

Winterville (with Street Feast) at Clapham Common until 1 January 2018

Featuring Clapham Common’s first outdoor Ice Rink, Backyard Cinema’s Winter Night Garden, Plonk Golf, a Fairground, a Roller Disco, a Special Family Christmas Show, a Market filled with creations from independent designers and various themed bars. 🎡 🍹 🍺 👪 💋 👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨 ⛸ ❄️

Spiegeltent will host cabaret, bingo, club nights, kids raves, brass bands, Mexican wrestling, choirs and the Mimi & The Mountain Dragon family Christmas show. Expect a completely different festive experience.

Street Feast are curating all the food and drink, showcasing a sensational selection of street food from some of London’s best traders.

www.winterville.co.uk

Location:
Winterville, Clapham Common, London SW4 9DE

Times:
Mon – Thu 11:30am – 10pm
Fri 11:30am – 10:30pm
Sat 10:30 – 10:30pm
Sun 10:30 – 10pm

Price:
Free except after 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays when it’s £3 payable on the door

Street Feast @ Dalston Yard / Friday 30th May 2014

Street Feast at Dalston YardTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 17:00–00:00

@ Street Feast, Hartwell Street, London E8 3DU

Free before 19:00 £3 after

www.streetfeastlondon.com

This weekend drink serving pint-sized cocktails and craft beers with London’s greatest food stalls.

Every weekend (Friday and Saturday) until 27th September. With new mini ‘Dalston Yard Diners’ from Pizza Pilgrims and B.O.B’s Lobster, a rotating line up of your favourite street food traders, more covered rainproof areas than ever before and the return of The Gin Store (with a selection of over 30 gins), Street Feast has your summer well and truly sorted.

Street Feast 30 and 31 May

Street Feast NYE with Endoftheline @ Street Feast Grotto / Monday 31st December 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 18:00 – 01:00

@ Street Feast Grotto, 347-349 Old Street, London EC1V 9LP

Tickets: £5.95 book online (check availability)

www.streetfeastlondon.com

This NYE Street Feast and Endoftheline will open the doors of their Grotto for the last time. Over the first three weeks of December this enchanting Xmas Grotto became a welcome festive haven, with its array of comfy sofas and armchairs, street art inspired decor, street food, cocktails, live bands and DJs. For NYE the street art will be refreshed and the furniture rearranged but you will still be able to feast on London’s best street food and a wide selection of warm winter cocktails.

Street Feast have put together a truly international selection of flavours with street food from Jamaica, Mexico, India, New York, Thailand, and Barbados all featuring on the menu. So whether you fancy hot dogs or scallops, pumpkin fritters or tacos, six of the best street food traders in London will be on hand to provide the fuel as you party into the New Year.

To keep the party going they’ve got two rooms of serious vibes. In the first arch there will be live jazz from an eight piece band, who will jam throughout the night. Each of the members will drop in and out of the jam before they all combine for a rousing finale. You’ll be in for a different kind of treat out in the back arch where the two time UK beatbox champion Reeps One will be headlining and performing live. With a wide selection of hip hop, garage and more coming from DJ Downlow and Trol23, you’ll see in 2013 with a mix of food, art and music.

STREETFOOD:
BIG APPLE HOT DOGS
MAMA’S JERK STATION
YUM JUNGLE
BHANGRA BURGER
BUEN PROVECHO
POP UP BARBADOS

ARCH 1:
LIVE JAZZ

ARCH 2:
REEPS ONE (live)
DJ TROL23
DJ DOWNLOW
CHU-i

December Weekender @ Hackney Downs Studios / until Sunday 9th December 2012

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Friday 17:00 – 22:00
Saturday 11:00 – 02:00
Sunday 11:00 – 22:00

@ Hackney Downs Studios, 1 Downs Road, London E5 8QJ

Free entry

www.designersmakers.com

The 10,000 sq. foot warehouse space will be transformed into a festive haven for the weekend of 7, 8 and 9 December to showcase a curated selection of Designers/Makers and food sellers from the popular night market Street Feast plus roving performance, live art and top tunes.

From hotdogs to hot spiced apple cider, Street Feast will be serving up London’s best street food and warm seasonal cocktails for the whole weekender.

Once the arts and crafts traders stop selling at 18:00 the food traders and bar will still keep rolling. On Friday and Saturday nights the venue will be open until 2:00 with DJs playing and 22:00 on Sunday night.

Streetfeast @ Sclater Street Car Park / Friday 18th May 2012

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17:00 – Midnight

@Sclater Street Car Park
91 Sclater Street,
London

Entry: £FREE
The food isn’t.

www.streetfeastlondon.com

Thinking of the end of your shift and wondering “where can I grab a tasty treat”. Stop thinking I found a spot with a variety of different cuisines.

The street feast will be running every Friday for twelve weeks, launched on Friday 4th May.

Street feast located at the Sclater Street car park will have a host of different stalls like Big Apple Hot Dogs, The Ribman, and Homeslice, for a mouthwatering feast.There will be a long bar to pick up a cocktail or a beer form the Camden Town Brewery.
Dribble dribble…

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