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A Pop-Up Beach Has Landed in Walthamstow

Until 8th September 2024
Big Penny Social, Priestley Way, London

You don’t need to go to the seaside this summer (well, unless you want to of course) because it’s coming to you. Walthamstow is becoming ‘Walthamstow-on-Sea’ until September as Big Penny Social is transforming its terrace into a British seaside resort. Kitted out with deckchairs, sand pits and private beach huts, the pop-up beach is open on weekends for Londoners to soak up the sun with classic fish & chips, soft-serve ice cream, draught beers and frozen cocktails.

Try Baked Beans, Olive, Pesto and Vinegar Flavoured Ice Cream at this Pop-Up

Until 18th August 2024
11 Pont Street, London SW1X 9EH

Just like last year, Anya Hindmarch’s playful spirit is out in full force this summer with the return of her Ice Cream Project concept store, which is serving up scoops of Heinz Baked Beans, Branston Piccalilli, Sarson’s Vinegar, Kikkoman Soy Sauce, Filippo Berio Pesto and Perello Olive flavoured ice creams. Yes really. The idea behind what is surely the wackiest ice cream parlour in town is to celebrate Anya Hindmarch’s fave brands by taking products that would typically be found in the pantry and putting them in the freezer instead. And if you’re not feeling so adventurous, you can get scoops of Jaffa Cakes, Tiptree Orange Marmalade, Bird’s Custard, Tropicana Orange Juice and Sun-Pat Peanut Butter flavoured ice creams instead.

Jay Morjaria Is Popping Up With a Korean Diner at Callooh Callay

Until 15th August 2024
65 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3QQ

Million Pound Menu winner Jay Morjaria is following up his JAE residency in Dalston with new pop-up Korean diner concept Park & Kim at Shoreditch cocktail bar Callooh Callay this summer. Park & Kim blends the retro vibe of an American diner with punchy Korean flavours, so go through the wardrobe for dishes like bulgogi smash burgers with bulgogi glaze, sesame onions and Korean mustard; Korean fried chicken burgers; kimchi burritos with fried rice, pulled pork, chiptole mole and Nongshim shrimp crackers; gochujang hot honey wings; vegetable mandu with fried eggs and gochugaru; and loaded bulgogi fries with bulgogi mince, American cheese and ssamjang mayo.

Shop Furniture and Antiques at The Spotlight Market

8th & 9th June 2024
71 Powerscroft Road, Lower Clapton, London E5 0PT

Looking to fill your flat with something other than IKEA flatpack? Head to The Spotlight Market, which is popping up in Clapton this June. The market brings together 13 different furniture and antiques dealers, including Modants, Furniture East, Anemone, Stowaway London and Mary Hossack Antiques, all of whom are experts in their respective fields and have an excellent eye for sourcing. Most of these traders don’t have permanent physical spaces so it’s a great chance to see their unique pieces in person.

Chet's Is Hosting a Kerbside Pizza Party

1st & 8th June 2024
65 Shepherd's Bush Green, London W12 8QE

Chet’s in Shepherd’s Bush is bringing in some friends for a mega pizza party this June, blending its Thai-Americana flavours with some of the best dough in town. South London’s Dinner for One Hundred will be up first on 1st June, with Vincenzo’s from Bushey taking over the Gozney ovens on 8th June. There’ll be toppings like mu ping pork neck and SangSom caramelised pineapple pizzas, Chet’s Thai full moon party buckets, and hopefully some summer sun on beaming down on the front patio. Tickets for the Kerbside pizza party cost £25 and include one limited-edition pizza and a cocktail.

Jimmy's BBQ Club Is Back on the South Bank

Until September 2024
Southbank Centre, London

It’s not summer in London without a BBQ pop-up from Jimmy Garcia, so he’s bringing his BBQ Club back to the South Bank. The club is serving up a six-course menu, including dishes like asparagus with ajo blanco, confit garlic, smoked almonds and smoked Licolnshire Poacher; maple smoked rainbow trout with squid ink tartare sauce, samphire, potato crisps and peas; and chermoula lamb leg shish, wild garlic sauce, pickles, preserved lemon labneh and confit garlic flatbread, with at least one element of each course coming from the Big Green Eggs on each table. If you’re after something a little more casual, the club’s two bars, rooftop terrace and garden patches will be offering a street food menu featuring burgers, lamb kebabs, falafel wraps, blistered tomatoes and loaded fries, so you can just walk up, grab your goods and find a sunny spot to sit in.

Lee Westcott Is in Residence at Bottle + Rye

Until 4th May 2024
Market Row, London SW9 8LD

Following the closure of his restaurants at Birch in Croydon, Lee Westcott is back in South London, popping up at Robin Gill’s Brixton wine bar Bottle + Rye. The six-week stint is a space for him to try out some dishes as he looks for a permanent pub space in East London, and the French/Southern Med-inspired menu he’s cooking up sounds good. You can expect dishes like oysters with fermented wild garlic, grilled asparagus with purple sprouting broccoli and seaweed hollandaise, aged sirloin steak tartare with crispy potato, Cornish bouillabaisse with baguette and rouille, breast of lamb with spring veg and salsa verde, and Yorkshire rhubarb choux bun, and there’s also a £40 set menu option available too.

Get High in Stratford at Roof East

18th April – end of September 2024
Roof East, Great Eastern Road, London

Fancy playing a round of crazy golf, catching a movie, hitting some bullseyes or shaking it out with a dance class? Well you can do it all at Roof East. Yes the Stratford rooftop is jam-packed with activities, including Rooftop Film Club, Sluggers batting cages, Birdies crazy golf, Arrows archery, Glitter Bowls lawn games, giant jenga, cornhole and table tennis. You can stay well fed and watered with the roof’s five bars and street food from the likes of Chick ‘n’ Sours, Piddaji and Cheeky Burger, and of course, you’ve got those mega views over the Stratford to enjoy.

Feast on BBQ & Beer With Black Cactus at Exale Tap

Until autumn 2024
Uplands Business Park, Blackhorse Lane, London E17 5QJ

Enjoy a summer of beer and BBQ at Exale Tap as the Walthamstow taproom plays host to smoked meat specialists Black Cactus and their 500 gallon pit smoker. The menu, showcasing produce from the UK’s best meat suppliers, will be changing regularly but you can expect the likes of Texas-style BBQ trays, dry-aged ex-dairy cow smoked burgers, chimichurri brisket rolls, and char siu pork belly banh mi (and yes, there will be veggie dishes on offer too). Get your BBQ and Exale brew fix Thurs – Sun.

Try Dishes From Ixta Belfrage's Mezcla at Isla

Until 22nd June 2024
Isla, Argyle Street, London

Ixta Belfrage, chef and award-winning author of Mezcla: Recipes to Excite, is going to be taking over the kitchen at The Standard’s Isla for three months this spring. The all-day restaurant will be serving up an exclusive flavour-packed menu inspired by the recipes in Ixta’s hit cookbook and the culinary traditions of Italy, Brazil and Mexico, with the star of the show being a fan-favourite, her king prawn lasagne. Other highlights will include guava roast duck tacos with chipotle crema; crisped sticky rice stuffed aubergine; a moqueca fish slider on curried coconut brioche; sea bream and yellow tomato aguachile; and honey-roasted cashew ice cream choco-taco.


13th & 14th April 2024
Gipsy Hill Brewing Company - Taproom, Hamilton Road, London

The Projekt Mkt Vintage Poster Market is back in town with a two-day pop-up at the Gipsy Hill Taproom in South London. Six independent vintage poster dealers will be selling their wares, with everything from music and film classics to Soviet-era Communist posters to the Polish School of Posters pieces up for grabs, there’s something for everyone and for every budget. It’s FREE to get in there and shop, and KERB+ will be supplying street food alongside beers from the brewery.

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Until 7th April 2024
11 Pont Street, London

Londoners have gone crazy for Anya Hindmarch’s unusual ice creams, including flavours like Branston Pickle and Heinz Tomato Ketchup, and now the designer is bringing them to us in scented candle form. Anya Mart, the latest pop-up shop at the Anya Hindmarch Village in Knightsbridge, is stocked with candles smelling like Fanta, Imperial Leather, Coco Pops, Heinz Baked Beans and more. The shop, a playful nod to the corner shops of yesteryear, is pleasingly retro inside – it’s giving high-end Supermarket Sweep vibes – and is also filled with charms, purses, bags, PJs, and slippers from the Anya Brands collection.


20th - 22nd March 2024

Beverly Hills fave and celeb magnet Spago, founded by Wolfgang Puck, is coming back across the pond to the capital for a pop-up this March. The restaurant will be taking over Puck’s London restaurant CUT at 45 Park Lane for three days, with Byron Puck and Tetsu Yahagi coming over to collaborate with 45 Park Lane’s Elliot Grover on a five-course dinner menu. Dishes will include lobster and asparagus salad with yuzu miso vinaigrette; bacon-wrapped monkfish with broad beans and chanterelle mushrooms; uovo in raviolo with French black truffles; grilled New York steak with braised beef cheeks, wild ramps and ricotta-nettle gnocchi; and tiramisu.


1st & 2nd March 2024
286 Upper Street, London N1 2TZ

Chef Eric Wan (of Dinner by Heston) runs modern Vietnamese pop-up Lá Lốt, inspired by his Chinese/Vietnamese background and his mother’s birthplace of Chợ Lớn in Saigon, where he puts a twist on traditional ingredients and street food dishes. He’s taking over High Ground in Angel for two nights this March, with four-course menu including dishes like chicken, sweet basil & peanut salad; beef, star anise & lemongrass with jasmine rice; and Vietnamese coffee tiramisu. And you can add on paired wines from the High Ground team, who’ll be pouring Austrian and European bottles. You can book a table by buying a £20 ticket here, which’ll be taken off your bill at the end.


10th February - 31st March 2024

Wun’s Tea Room & Bar (from the team behind Bun House in Chinatown and the Pleasant Lady stall in Old Spitalfields Market) has been closed since last summer, but it’s coming back this February and March for a collab with Hong Kong milk tea and French toast experts HOKO. The pop-up will see the Soho spot transformed into a wonton noodles shop where you can grab bowls of the HK speciality, as well as HOKO favourites. There’ll be several wonton noodles options on the menu, each of which will be served with hand-wrapped wontons filled with pork and shrimp. Plus, there’ll be plates of char siu BBQ pork rice, lo mein and HOKO’s classic French toast, as well as plenty of tea to sip on.


9th - 23rd February 2024
Fenwick of Bond Street, New Bond Street, London

After popping up in Brent Cross last year, pre-loved fashion concept store Charity Super.Mkt (which started life as a section at the Classic Car Boot Sale) is coming back to the capital for another pop-up. This time it’s taking over the ground floor Fenwick’s on Bond Street before the site gets redeveloped into offices following the department store’s closure. The multi-charity store, which includes British Heart Foundation, Shelter and Traid, will be making use of hangers and fittings from Fenwick, and there’ll even be some designer donations on the rails too. Since it started Charity Super.Mkt has raised over £1.6 million for charity and saved 53 tonnes of clothes from going to landfill, so swing by the pop-up and help them continue the good work.

Pollock's Toy Museum Is Back

Until 27th July 2024
Whitgift Centre, Croydon CR9 1AT

After saying a sad goodbye to its former home on Scala Street in Fitzrovia last January, Pollock’s Toy Museum is coming back to London – this time, in pop-up form. The (now, mini) museum will be moving into a space in Croydon’s Whitgift Centre in January for a six-month residency and it’ll be bringing plenty of whimsical toys, games, dolls and theatres along with it. There’ll also be a display of toys made in a local factory, A Barton, exclusive to the Croydon pop-up. They’re open on Saturdays from 10am until 4pm and entry is free (plus, there’ll be special toy theatre shows on Sat 20th January to mark the opening), but donations are welcome and will go towards saving the collection and supporting the museum’s hunt for a new permanent home.


4th January - 8th February 2024

After showing his debut men’s spring-summer 2024 collection for Louis Vuitton on the Pont Neuf during Paris Fashion Week in June 2023, LV’s Menswear Creative Director Pharrell Williams is bringing it to London. For five weeks this winter, LOUIS VUITTON LOVERS will take over The Corner Shop at Selfridges, so you’ll be able to experience a bit of that Parisian magic as well as shop from a curated edit of clothing and accessories from the SS24 collection, including tailoring, leather jackets, retro sportswear and pieces featuring Williams’ pixelated Damoflage print, his take on the iconic LV Damier chessboard pattern. You’ll need to make an appointment if you want to get inside, which you can book here.

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