The biggest London Bridge Open Kitchen yet returns this June, celebrating the area’s thriving food and drink scene.
This year’s annual feast will take place over 2 days in in front of the brand new London Bridge station. Free to enter, the festival brings an array of incredible restaurants and bars out onto the street, including Tom Simmons, Londrino, The Coal Shed, Flour & Grape, Santo Remedio and Hawksmoor.
Friday 29th and Saturday 30th June 2018
By the main London Bridge station entrance/exit on Tooley Street, SE1 2TF.
Check out last year's edition, which took place along St Thomas Street as we celebrated the opening of the newly refurbished Victorian railway arches.
LBOK will also welcome new additions to the area; including street-food virtuosos BOB’s Lobster, plus Pizza Pilgrims, Honest Burger and Happy Endings. Other London Bridge favourites taking to the streets include Aqua Shard, Hutong, Texas Joe’s, Gaucho and social enterprise Brigade.
For the first time, Open Kitchen visitors will have the opportunity to fit in a spot of shopping in between bites; there’ll be a selection of exciting local retail to peruse, including Alex Monroe Jewellery, Hamelys and Ted Baker.
LBOK are proud to support local charity Putting Down Roots (St Mungos), who will be showcasing their work in training people who are or have experienced homelessness, to maintain local SE1 green spaces to gain experience, confidence and qualifications.
Entry is free but registration is heartily encouraged.
The event kicks off outside London Bridge Station on Tooley Street, Friday 29th June at midday and runs till around 8 pm. On Saturday 30th June, the event runs from midday until 6 pm. Entry is free and dishes and drinks will start at £5.
London Bridge Open Kitchen is part of the London Festival of Architecture.
From: Friday, 29 June 2018To: Saturday, 30 June 2018