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Vauxhall Street Food Garden to open selected weekends

Weekday foodie favourite the Vauxhall Street Food Garden will open over three weekends this summer. On July 1st & 2nd, August 5th & 6th and September 9th & 10th, the free-to-enter, open-air urban space near Vauxhall Station will offer visitors the chance to enjoy bbq stalls, jerk chicken and hog roast, plus microbrewery beers.

A focal point is the Red Bull Garden Lodge offering cocktails and mocktails plus coffees, speciality teas, smoothies and iced frappes. It’s also the home of the entertainment programme including Monday movie nights, monthly Tuesday events with London Gaymers, Wednesday Quiz Nights, Thursday dance classes, charity events and Wine Tastings on July 11th, August 8th and September 12th.

For the first weekend, on Saturday 1st July the food garden will be open 11.30am to 10pm featuring entertainment from Hook Duck, the World’s Strongest Man, plus a ball pit and photo booths. On Sunday, July 2nd, doors open from 12noon to 8pm with family-friendly activities such as face painting, ball pit, kids disco, Punch & Judy, kids movies, funfair, twister, Disney characters, Vauxhall Farm petting zoo, beat the goalie and themed photo booths.

During the week the food garden is open 11.30am to 10pm with live entertainment and DJs each night, plus private booths for hire. This years food stalls include City Burger, Win & Lily, Beefcake London, Big Mama Food, Feast UK, Macstreetboys, Opa Opa, The Wrap Game, Malobi’s Joint, Bulgarian Grill, CARIB Catering, Laurel Foods UK, Dogers, Fratelli Diteglia UK, Kerbside Kitchen, Mackie Jerk Stop, Sfornat, Smokings Barbecue, Texas BBQ, Wandercrust, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, Bam Boo, Biff’s Kitchen, Food Gangnam Style, Magic Churros, The Lo Food, Frakes Malay, Cubano, Don Donburi, Eat Well, Jam Rocks, Kuzinaki, Sweet Nothing Bakehouse, Crazy For Pasta, Arostape Italian Skewers, Yaay Yaay and more.

For news and information go to vauxhallstreetfood.co.uk.

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