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Preview: Feast, London Bridge

15:20 27 July 2012

Feast will be held in Guy

Feast will be held in Guy's Triangle

Archant

Forget the Olympics, there is only one hot ticket for food lovers next weekend.

On August 3 to 5, Feast will bring culinary aficionados a hand-picked menu of 30 offerings from some of London’s restaurant heavyweights.

The likes of St John Bread and Wine, steak-mecca The Hawksmoor, Exmouth Market’s Moro and Morito, The Wright Brothers, and Jose Pizarro and more have rustled up tasty titbits for this pop-up event.

While you much away, there will be local brews, experimental cocktails, DJs, art and installations to keep you entertained.

It’s the brainchild of the people behind last Autumn’s Long Table, dubbed Glastonbury for foodies, and this time the team have taken over Guy’s Triangle, a Georgian Square in the heart of London bridge.

With Michelin-grade fare on offer, but with a non-stuffy festival vibe to proceedings, it should be a cracker.

Tickets cost £6 advance, £8 on the door. Vist www.wefeast.co.uk

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