Top of the Pops: June Week Two
6 juin 2015
Famous for feeding the fashion world, Tart London is collaborating with heritage ceramics brand Wedgewood to launch their first pop-up cafe. With a focus on seasonal ingredients and sustainably sourced produce, Tart’s menu ranges from bruschettas and sweet potato pancakes to slow cooked lamb and salads.
Where: 4 Salusbury Road, Kilburn, London NW6 6NU
When: Now till June 23
Named after the German artist Otto Dix and inspired by the freedom and eccentricity of his work, 8dix is a loud and bold lifestyle brand. Using wild colours and graphics for their pieces, 8dix are blending the worlds of streetwear and art in a fun and uncompromising way. This pop-up is definitely something you don’t want to miss.
Where: Unit 3, Old Street Station, London EC1Y 1BE
When: June 9 till June 14
Advertised as ‘delicious, guilt-free goat’s milk ice-cream from lovely British goats’ Greedy Goat is a better, healthier alternative to regular ice-cream and comes in a variety of great flavours. Appearing this summer in Piccadilly Station, Greedy Goat is the perfect spot to pick up a chilled treat before heading out into the crowds of Central London.
Where: Unit 7, Piccadilly Station, London W1J 9HS
When: Now till August 30
Whatever It Takes
On a mission to encourage and empower people to enjoy fitness more, Whatever It Takes offers high-end fitness apparel and equipment for a wide array of sports including running, cross fit and parkour. This week they’re appearing in Old Street offering an exclusive range of products, previously only available online.
Where: Unit 2, Old Street Station, London EC1Y 1BE
When: Now till June 13
Donostia Social Club
Street food superstars that took KERB and Camden Brewery Bar by storm, are now back, this time at Pop Brixton, serving their hit tapas inspired by the Basque country cuisine. Join them at this unique venue in Brixton’s latest venture.
Where: Pop Brixton, 3 Brixton Station Road, London SW9 8PQ
When: Now till July 31