Updated 28/1/20 with more traders
What: Goods Way
In a nutshell: Music, drinks and street food in King's Cross
Summing it all up: The team behind Flat Iron Yard are heading to King's Cross for their next multi-purpose venue which will serve up live music, American drinks and top drawer street food.
Good news for fans of live music and street food as both are coming in one space to King's Cross. Goods Way is from Venue Group, the team behind Flat Iron Square in Southwark which is headed up by Ben Lovett from Mumford & Sons. It'll combine a live music venue, Lafayette, an American-style bar - Sweetwater and a covered area, The Courtyard, served up by big name food traders.
The space definitely means business with some seriously good food folk signed up.
The biggest deal is NYC's Sushi On Jones which is making its London debut. Described as New York's first al fresco omakase bar it first opened a stall in New York's Bowery Market , offering 12-piece sushi menus with a 30 minutes turnaround.. "If the sushi is not quite as transcendent [as Jiro's in Tokyo], it may be the best ever made in the equivalent of a tollbooth." said the New York Times.
In addition to that, Natasha Cooke and Lucy Pedder, from the much-lauded Lupins, will be opening here with Pomelo which will serve "unique British tapas". If you're wondering what those are - examples we've been given are crab thermidor croquettes and cornmeal spring onions with chipotle mayonnaise.
Joining them are the cult vegan fast food folk Temple of Seitan, Breddos Tacos and The Duck Truck.
As Venue Group’s Ben Lovett explains: “In a world that seems increasingly obsessed with perception over substance, or digital over analogue, there are few more honest experiences than live music and eating fresh food from a small, independent and passionate operator.
More about Goods Way
Where is it? 11 Goods Way, King’s Cross London, N1C 4UR
When does it open? 4 March 2020
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