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11 Outdoor Pop-Ups To Walk To This Weekend

Some delicious things you can turn into a weekend activity.

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Updated April 30th, 2021

Life as we know it has turned into a big repetitive step count report. One sunny day it’s 20-odd thousand (that you round up to 25) and on another it’s 112 - only because you were playing catch with your phone in bed. But if you’re looking to wander with a little purpose, and with a delicious prize in mind, then it’s worth checking out these pop-ups.



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Italian  in  Soho
££££ 58-59 Great Marlborough Street

Where: TwoTribes Campfire, N7 9AH

When: May 2-4

This bank-holiday weekend, Manteca will be lighting the BBQ at Two Tribes Campfire in King’s Cross, and crafting their ‘Della Dogs’ - homemade mortadella mix hot dogs cooked over a wooden fire and finished off with Italian toppings. It kicks off Sunday at 12pm and you can find all the details on their Instagram.


Seafood  in  Hackney
££££ 3 Prince Edward Road

Where: Cornerstone, E9 5LX

When: Sundays only, until the end of May

Pencil this one in for Saturday: Cornerstone To Go is doing takeaway of their salmon pastrami, hake kiev with wild garlic hollandaise (!), and oysters with seaweed hot sauce. They’re serving from 2pm and there’s Camden beers on tap plus the promise of music and a ~vibe~ in Hackney Wick.

St. John

££££ 26 St John St

Where: 40FT Brewery, E8 3DP

When: Sundays only, until the end of May

The legendary restaurant will be serving up grilled quail and aioli this weekend at 40FT Brewery’s yard in Dalston. There’s wine and their eccles stout too, and they’ll be doing a different dish every Sunday for the next month.

HOT 4 U x The Prince Arthur

££££ 95 Forest Road

Where: The Prince Arthur, E8 3BH

When: April 12th to indefinite

Hot 4 U are two chefs formerly of parishes such as St. John, Cub, and Silo and now the duo are taking residence at the Prince Arthur in London Fields. Expect things like their smoked ox tongue reuben bun, a psychedelic burrata (!) and more.

Cue Point

££££ 195 Wood Ln

Where: The Chiswick Pavilion, W4 2SP

When: April 15th to indefinite

If the idea of a drive-thru BBQ sounds immensely appealing and also extremely messy, then head over to The Chiswick Pavilion. The enormous beer garden in west has got Cue Point in the kitchen making their British-Afghan naan-taco hybrids, smoked brisket bun, and lots more.

Newcomer Wines

Wine Bar  in  Dalston
££££ 5 Dalston Lane

Where: Newcomer Wines, E8 3DF

When: Thursday to Saturday, April - May

The Dalston wine bar is collaborating with SSAW Collective for a five-course set menu that focuses on celebrating British ingredients and supporting regenerative farms that work to reverse climate change. There’s gonna be talks and panel discussions once indoor dining resumes as well.

Where: Stoney Street, SE1 9AA

When: April to indefinite

Chef and Irish beef ambassador Tom Cenci is resuming his residency at Stoney Street in Borough Market. The changing menu will focus on sustainable British produce and grass-fed Irish beef amongst other things, and aims to use every bit of every ingredient to minimise food waste. You can reserve here.

Where: Wandsworth, SW18 1SW

When: Monday - Sunday

Formed during lockdown, the Lockdown Bakehouse are baking and delivering sourdough, brioche, focaccia, pies, sausage rolls, and more. The bakery is open seven days a week, morning until afternoon on weekends.

St. John Bread and Wine

££££ 94-96 Commercial St

Where: St. John Bread and Wine, E1 6LZ

When: Friday - Sunday, 11am til 5pm

Not quite a pop-up but turning itself into something more like a permanent fixture is St. John Bread and Wine’s weekend offerings. The celebrated Spitalfields restaurant will now be open all weekend with freshly made bacon sarnies, deep-fried fish and aioli buns, those doughnuts, hot cross buns, and more. There are of course plenty of St. John bottles on offer too.



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ASAP Pizza

££££ 1 Bedale St

Where: Flor, SE1 9AL

When: Thursday - Sunday

Flor’s pizza pop-up, ASAP Pizza, has been one of the great successes of the pandemic - and it’s currently guest chef galore at the spot in Borough Market. They’re inviting chefs and friends from all over the world, including Aziz Ansari and chef Matty Matheson, to create their own pizzas. And at the end of the week, £3 of every pizza and £1 of every slice will then be donated to a charity of the guest chef’s choice. Sarah Minnick of Lovely’s Fifty Fifty pizzeria in Portland is this week, with her potato and fontina cheese creation, and next it’s this anchovy number from Philip Krajeck. Check their Insta for updates.

The Horatia

££££ 100 Holloway Rd.

Where: Holloway Road, N7 8JE

When: 20th March - June

Eggs ’n Stuff, purveyors of enormous brunch brioche sandwiches, are popping up at The Horatia on Holloway Road. There’s sausage, egg and cheese, one with a hash brown, and generally lots of things that sound suitable to stuff your face with as you wander around Highbury Fields.

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