Urban Food Fest
Foodies love it, critics love it – everyone loves the Urban Food Fest. Recently nominated for the Best Street Food Event award at the British Street Food Awards, the Urban Food Fest continues its residency in Shoreditch with a weekly roundup of London’s best street food, so start your new Saturday night tradition and head to one of the most well-regarded food festivals in town.
About Urban Food Fest
Unlike many food festivals, the Urban Food Fest is one for those who like to dine after dark – opening midday until midnight. A lively, fun and different festival, there’s a different theme each week so you certainly won’t be bored if you’re a repeat visitor. As well as its weekly festival in London, there is a sister festival in Manchester and the company have put on food for Warner Bros, Apple, Gap and Adidas, to name just a few…
There’s a wide range of food to be sampled at the Urban Food Fest, bringing together some of London’s best street food stalls to show off their delicious creations, including international flavours. Whilst food is a key part of the festival, the drink is also something to be seen, thanks to the large array of pop up bars selling cocktails, craft beers and more that will be sure to quench your thirst in the balmy summer evenings.
When is Urban Food Fest?
The Urban Food Fest takes place every Saturday night in Shoreditch from now until the end of December. Doors open from 12pm until midnight.
Why Should I Take Part?
The Urban Food Fest offers something different if you’re looking for a new way to spend your Saturday night. Each week the line-up of food stalls changes, bringing a fantastic mix of new vendors and a whole new range of delights to try. Taking over Shoreditch high street, you’ll be sucked in by the infectious atmosphere.
With live music from some of the UK’s most talented artists, there’s certainly a buzz to the festival, so when you’re done stuffing your face you will have plenty of excuses to get up and dance. The festival has free admission and there is plenty of seating so if you want to go somewhere where you can spend a few hours, the Urban Food Fest is the place to be. Find out what the critics have been shouting about and get involved in one of London’s coolest food events.
Where Can I Find Out More Information?
Find out more about the Urban Food Fest on their website: http://www.urbanfoodfest.com/