Lovers of good eating and good times, here’s yet another good reason to go south of the river. A new hangout has popped up around the back of London Bridge station.
Sitting exactly halfway between Borough Market and Maltby Street Market, this former car park is due to be totally redeveloped over the coming years. But for now it has been taken over by Benj Scrimgeour, founder of nearby Flat Iron Square and long-lost nightclub The Arches.
Vinegar Yard is an urban garden open seven days a week, with food stalls (including Indian-inspired burgers from Baba G’s), vintage clothing and antiques traders, and a bar pulling local beers. There’s even a bonkers installation by artist-in-residence Joe Rush, famous for his scrap-metal sculptures at Glasto. Ignore the name: this place won’t leave a sour taste.
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