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Our favourite outdoor summer pop-ups

There's nothing like al fresco eating. With that in mind, we've found some of the best outdoor pop-ups to kick off your fun in the sun this summer...

Pop Brixton: Foodism 100 winner 2018

Meet Pop Brixton, a community hub and street-food market in Brixton, south west London. It won the Best Food Market award, sponsored by Pic's Peanut Butter, at the 2018 Foodism 100 awards

Supper clubs

Somewhere between home cooking, a pop-up and a restaurant, here's the best of London's thriving supper club scene

Our favourite London drinks festivals

Tipsy Tuesdays? Thirsty Thursdays? Sipping-on-something-smooth Saturdays? We've got them all covered with this handy guide to the best booze-filled pop-ups in town

Kødbyens Fiskebar pop-up at Ekte Nordic Kitchen

Copenhagen's Kødbyens Fiskebar will be hosting a pop-up lunch and dinner at Ekte Nordic Kitchen on 18 January

Saturday 18 January 2020

The Foodism 100: Best Pop-Up or Initiative 2019

From supper clubs and pop-up restaurants to charitable events, this category celebrates those doing good things with temporary or semi-permanent initiatives and venues

The Foodism 100: Best Pop-Up or Residency 2018

The Best Pop-Up or Residency category, sponsored by Berry Bros. & Rudd, celebrates food businesses cooking sustainably and ethically on a temporary basis

The London pop-up guide: January 2019

We bring you all you need to know on where to be, what to see, what to eat and what to drink in our beloved capital this January to early February. You'll never need to read anything else again

Monsieur Le Duck, Clerkenwell: restaurant review

With a menu inspired by the south west of France, Monsieur Le Duck is a Clerkenwell restaurant that specialises in cuisine from the region of Gascony. Specifically duck. Lots of duck

Le Gavroche to close on Mondays for 2016 pop-up event series

From January 2016, Le Gavroche will close to the general public on Mondays, and will be holding exclusive pop-up events instead – launched by a collaboration between Michel Roux Jr. and his daughter Emily