Friday, 31 July 2015

Storeys - Pop-Up Street Food Comes To Wood Lane Today

Pop-Up Food in the old BBC Car Park
is a new pop-up street food market for the Bush, located (slightly implausibly) on the roof of the multi-storey car park of the old BBC TV centre on Wood Lane.

The car park is scheduled for demolition, but in the meantime we can munch on street food and admire the views.

Storeys opens today and will be open on weekends all through the summer. Street food vendors apparently include Le Bun, Randy's Wing Bar, Crabbieshack, En Brochette, and White Men Can't Jerk (seriously?).  Plus there will be a bar, music and street art.

According to the Storey's press release: "Storeys will be a summer terrace hotspot, featuring striking artwork, some of the UK’s best street food traders and killer cocktails in a vibrant, urban setting. Set over two levels and spanning an impressive 24,000 square feet, Storeys will offer sweeping panoramic views of West London from nine storeys high."

There will also be art: "Storeys will showcase a series of murals from young artists aged from 16-24, as well as talented London street artists. A true creative hub, other design features will include art installations, wall plants and reclaimed material used throughout."

When is it happening?
Fri/Sat/Sun from 31 July 2015, throughout the summer.

When does it open? 
Fridays: 5pm – 11pm
Saturdays: 11am – 11pm
Sundays: 11am – 8pm

Where is it happening?
Roof top of the Car Park, Television Centre, Wood Lane, W12 7RJ

And don't forget to visit Little Feastthe pop-up street food at Shepherd's Bush market, just off the Goldhawk Road. 

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