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A new food and drink hub is opening in Southwark next month


Good news for hungry folks in south London – Southwark is getting a shiny new food and drink hub. 

Flat Iron Square will be opening on October 20 and bringing booze, food, and good vibes to SE1. The hub is setting up shop in Flat Iron Square (hence the name), and they'll be taking over six railway arches and the surrounding area. As well as bars, restaurants and street food trucks, there will also be a flea market, a gallery and a live music venue.

The food line-up includes the ever-popular Savage Salads, sweet treats from Where The Pancakes Are, and Turkish dumplings from the folks behind Brockley Market stall Mike & Ollie. But it's not just good grub on offer, live music venue OMEARA will host club nights, talks, comedy and burlesque shows.

Find out more about Flat Iron Square

In other news, Street Feast Dalston Yard has closed to make room for more housing

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