September 9 2013
The Bath Street Feast at Green Park Station
It’s a well known fact that The Pig loves a quality Street Food blowout. So when news hit Pig HQ that a brand new, on-trend, food-on-the-hoof venture is due to set up camp at Green Park Station this October, eager anticipation started building in the sty from the get-go.
Having travelled extensively around Street Food capitals such as California, San Francisco and San Diego, Bath-born foodie Terri Robinson fell in love with the fresh, vibrant Street Food sold from mobile and pop-up ventures and began a mission to bring similar experiences to the UK. In August 2012, Terri bought a converted Mercedes van which she turned into a spiffing mobile food venture and christened Daisy Rocks. Bathonians who attended the opening ot the Two Tunnels cycling track or go shopping at the Walcot Street market on Saturdays may already be familiar with Terri and Daisy – but all those who have yet to meet this delightful duo need to put Friday 4 October in their diaries and get themselves down to Green Park Station between 5-9.30pm to celebrate the first of a weekly Street Food event that conveniently coincides with the month-long foodie celebration that is the Great Bath Feast.
The Bath Street Feast has already secured around 6-8 vendors including Ribstreet, BurgahSelectah and Wood Fired Pizza to join her and Daisy and she’s currently considering applications from Asian, Caribbean and Indian Street Food specialists too. all of whom will be flaunting food from around the globe priced around the very affordable £5-6 mark. Meanwhile, those lovely Green Park Brasserie folk will provide full bar facilities – really, what’s not to love?
For further information (or if you’re a Street Food vendor who’d like to get involved), drop Terri an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on Twitter @bathstreetfeastCategorised in: News