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A recurring street food pop-up in beloved Bernard Shaw’s backyard
A stone’s throw from the picturesque Portobello canal, Eatyard ticks all the hipster boxes: edgy street art, twinkly lights, impeccable street food, and serious vibes. Originally a one-time event, the market has turned into the city’s most innovative food court. Rotating vendors purvey food and drink offerings out of repurposed trucks, tented stalls, and upcycled shipping containers. Current offerings range from locally sourced patties at Box Burger and free-range sausages at Goode Life to smoothie bowls at Kale + Coco and plant-based fish and chips at Vish Shop. There’s a smattering of tables strewn throughout the space and the pub next door pours wine and pints to complete the meal. Check the website to see what special DJ performances and cooking demonstrations are gracing the stage next.
Time Out tip: Most of the vendors are cash-only, but the till at Bernard Shaw accepts cards and will give cash back to hungry Eatyard customers. There’s also an ATM across the road if you aren’t in need of a drink.
Brother Hubbard South: For cosy, independent café vibes
Iveagh Gardens: For some peace and quiet in a seemingly private park
The Bleeding Horse: For gastropub grub and drinks with live music