‘Back in time for Independence Day is hands down our favourite party night in the East. Housed at the Counter Cafe, this month’s Friday night vibes are inspired by LA Nights, making this one hell of a real good, feel good par-tay. Street food, booze and cocktails all on a floating pontoon.’ Aye, aye captain! July 4, Hackney Wick.
‘With Southern American food taking over the London food scene due to World Cup antics, this all-day Creole bar and kitchen has got our tongue well and truly sloshing with excitement. We mean Bayou beef croquettes and Creole banana pie, how could we resist?’ Camden.
Pop Up Stoli Lemonade Sorbet Van
‘Now London is finally ‘packing heat’, there’s nothing more pleasing than a cool refreshing sorbet, especially when it’s free. What’s more, these bad boys are doused in vodka. That’s why we’ll be first in line at the 1950’s retro camper van when it rocks up at King’s Cross.’ July 11, King’s Cross.
Hill and Szrok BBQ Boxes
‘We do love a barbie in London Fields (minus all the hard work!) and now Hill & Szrok are making it easy. They’ve created BBQ boxes to go, which are available at their Broadway Market cookshop. Not only are they packed with amazing meat, you also get the BBQ, bread rolls and napkins. JOB DONE.’ Tuesday-Saturday, July, Broadway Market.
The Power of Summer
‘Outdoor screenings are ten-a-penny in London, which is why they need something pretty spesh to get our attention. It doesn’t get much better than Battersea Power Station as a setting. Throw in a nine-metre LED screen and all the street food you could image – we’re having some of that!’ Various dates, Battersea Power Station.