First Clissold Park Craft Beer and Street Food Festival this weekend

PUBLISHED: 17:49 15 September 2017 | UPDATED: 17:49 15 September 2017

Street food

Street food


The inaugural Clissold Park Craft Beer and Street Food Festival arrives this weekend.

From the people behind the Clissold Park Food and Drink Festival in May, the free to enter event on September 15 to 17 comes to Stoke Newington with a street food court with ready to eat delicacies, as well as groceries from local and international traders.

Try BBQ smoked pork by The Street Pig, jerk chicken from Caribbean Hut or venison burgers from Godmersham Game.

Of course, speciality drinks will be on offer and a broad collection of British and international craft beers and ales.

Entertainment will be provided in the form of a live music stage and, for children, there will be rides, games and storytelling.

If all goes well, this will be the first of many as it hopes to become an annual event.

Saturday: 9am-7pm, Sunday: 10am-5pm

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