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Kerb is throwing an Americana food fest called Noshville

Written by
Tom Howells

Street food? Marvellous. Twanging country music? MARVELLOUS (pipe down you! It is so). Cram ‘em both together for an orgy of scoffing, sloshing and banjo-fuelled flailing? You see where we’re going with this. 

Anyway, street food titans Kerb have been mulling over this largely untapped combination of unquestionable genius and come up with Noshville: an ace sounding summer two-dayer at Granary Square on Friday June 2 and Saturday June 3. They’re bringing together 11 Southern-style street food stalls and a host of Americana-indebted musical types (and booze, lots of booze). 

Food-wise, each of the stalls will be dishing up different Deep South creations. Thus, expect things like Crabbieshack’s lobster grilled cheese toasties and bacon-topped clam chowder fries; Taco Dave’s ‘habanero jelly and bourbon glaze smashed maple candied bacon tacos’ (Christ!); or Anna Mae’s Big Mac mini-burger-loaded mac ’n’ cheese. Wash it all down with picklebacks (a shot of whisky followed by, erm, a shot of pickle brine, good luck to you), Cajun lemonade, melon margaritas and tip-top craft beers. Then throw it all back up after a brief spell on the Brexit Rodeo, or when you try (and fail) to win the giant hot-dog-eating race!

It’s set to be, Kerb claim, ‘the tastiest hoedown in town’. Yee, and indeed, hah.   

Noshville takes place at Granary Square in King’s Cross on Friday June 2 and Saturday June 3. Entry is free (food and drink are not).

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