Flat Iron Square is getting a street-food brunch market with vinyl DJs and live poetry

The Brunch Collective is London’s first street-food brunch market!

It launches Sunday 21st July (11am – 5pm) in Flat Iron Square’s garden with free entry and include free Bloody Marys for the first 100 people that follow and DM Flat Iron Square’s Instagram.

Cementing Flat Iron Square’s reputation as the home of London’s Best Street Food talent, traders will include sweet and savoury baking aficionados Little Bread Pedlar,  fruit and veg based cleansers from Zip and Zing Juices and also feature an outdoor service by Flat Iron Square’s on-site restaurant Where the Pancakes Are.

Alongside the culinary delights, London’s independent record label and purveyors of the best in live music, Communion, will curate a selection of vinyl DJs throughout the day, and one of Flat Iron Square’s on-site bars Apres Lodge will host sessions with cultural collectives like Advaya Initiative, Poet in the City and Embers Collective.

Advance tickets are on sale now and are just £10 (which includes 1 dish), while a £25 ticket will get you 3 dishes and a drink (your choice of Coffee, Tea, Ketel One Bloody Mary or Ketel One Espresso Martini)

A number of exclusive dishes will be served every Sunday as part this celebration of all things brunch, including a zingy Vegan Rasta Bowl from Lime Hut,  a Mac’n’Cheese dish featuring crayfish and scrambled eggs from Jackalope All American, and a Vegan waffle special from Waffle On.

Get tickets via the link here.

Visit The Brunch Collective, Sunday 21st July (11am – 5pm), Flat Iron Square, 64 Southwark St, London SE1 1RU

Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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