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it was East, then it was North and now it’s coming back East only a little Norther to the hood – Dalston. Yes that’s right peeps Streat Feast has announced it will be hitting Dalston and setting up shop in an open air ‘hanger’ style venue, just off Dalston Lane.

The Dalston residency will last at least two months and there will be up to 20 vendors each week with the addition of ping-pong tables, live art installations from the Beach London gallery (in Shoredtich) and the Street Feast Lounge complete with armchairs and sofas which is available to reserve in advance.
Every Friday from 6th July, 5pm – midnight

Thames House, Hartwell Street (off Dalston Lane by Kingsland Road), E8