Vinegar Yard | London Bridge Eat & Drinking Hub
It’s worth its salt.
Coming to you from the people behind nearby Flat Iron Square, it’s a formerly disused patch of land in London Bridge that’s been kitted out into a new eating and drinking hub.
In it, you’ll find street food from the likes of Nanny Bills and My Million Pound Menu winners Baba G’s; a huge open-air garden with its own bar; pop-up shops; a resident artist; and a huge train carriage perched above it all, overrun with giant ants. And at the weekends it’s also home to Flea, a vintage market selling everything from clothes to antiques, ceramics, signage, artworks, spectacles, books, magazines and vinyl.
There’s tons of repurposed art, an entire disused train carriage, and unobstructed views of Te Shard from its open air garden. But don’t worry, there’s an indoor area too.
In case the weather turns sour.
NOTE: Vinegar Yard is open daily, from midday until late. You can find out more, and get a full rundown of the traders at their website right HERE.
Vinegar Yard | 72-82 St Thomas Street, SE1 3QU
Like the sound of this place? Check out Flat Iron Square…