Design Junction, the art and design show, returns to London from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th September 2015. Among all the designers and artists exhibiting there will be 10 food and drink pop-ups including Le Bun, Crosstown Doughnuts, and Zetter Townhouse, plus three I've picked out below at a space called The College in Southhampton Row, including a collaboration between TfL and The East London Liquor Company. Full list here
Note that you'll need a ticket to Design Junction to get to these - tix are £10 in advance or £14 on the door. Link here
Note that Design Junction is not taking place at The Old Sorting Office in New Oxford Street as it has done before, but in 2 venues in Southampton Row.
"For just four days, guests arriving hungry for the latest in contemporary design will be also be treated to a vibrant mix of pop-up food and drink offerings across the shows two new venues in Holborn, Central London.
Feast your eyes and tantalise your taste buds on bespoke cocktails by the prestigious Zetter Townhouse and independent British distillers East London Liquor Company, get street-food style bites from the Grain Store and Le Bun, have a sit down British-inspired meal at the Design Pick restaurant and cocktail bar, indulge on bite-sized Crosstown doughnuts and discover handcrafted ice lollies from the newly established Paleta Girls – and that is just a taster of what’s in store.
Design Pick restaurant and cocktail bar – The Bridge
The Design Pick restaurant & cocktail bar is a very British pop-up from the East London Liquor Company. The pop-up, in collaboration with Transport for London, will be kitted out by enamel tables by AJ Wells, Formica tabletops by Lindsey Lang, lighting by Blue Marmalade and fabric by Michelle Mason for Swoon Editions. The space will be beautifully styled by designjunction’s creative director Michael Sodeau. The restaurant and bar will act as a launch pad for the highly anticipated new rum by East London Liquor Company, which you can try in the bespoke cocktail ‘TFL After Dark’; a combination of their handcrafted rum, herbal Amaro Montnegro and smokey Darjeeling syrup, complemented perfectly by white grapefruit juice and orange bitters.
On the menu: Bespoke rum and gin based cocktails and hearty British food with a modern twist.
Wrong for HAY cafe with Noble Espresso
Wrong for HAY, who will be showing their latest lighting collection by Sebastian Wrong at designjunction, have joined forces with Noble Espresso to serve smooth, rich coffee alongside Danish speciality pastries. The Wrong for HAY café is the perfect place to recharge before exploring the latest in contemporary lighting across the ground floor.
On the menu: ll the coffee classics and small tasters from Denmark.
The Paleta girls
The Paleta Girls will celebrate their official launch at designjunction. The London based duo will serve handcrafted, delicious fresh fruit ice-pops using 100% natural ingredients – and no refined sugar. Inspired by the paleterias of Mexico, the pair are bringing the Latin American ice-lolly vibe to London. Decode will furnish the space with the new Play collection, designed by Stephen Johnson.
On the menu: Five new flavours including spiced plum and coconut cream/"
When - Thursday 24 Sept 11.00 – 21.00 (late night opening)
Friday 25 Sept 11.00 – 18.00
Saturday 26 Sept 11.00 – 18.00
Sunday 27 Sept 11.00 – 17.00
Where - The College, 12-42 Southampton Row, WC1B 4AP
Booking - Note that you need a tickets to Design Junction to get in - Tickets £10 here or £14 on the day
Link - Eateries at Design Junction
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