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From gourmet doughnuts to pimped-up mac and cheese; we look at the best food on offer at Stylist Live


With only ONE week to go until Stylist Live, our biggest ever event, we're getting really excited. 

Join us for a great day out with cocktails, culture, catwalks and conversation from Thursday 15-Sunday 18 October and, alongside the brilliant range of talks, workshops, fashion and beauty that will be available every day, there will be an array of mouth-watering food and drink. 

Make sure you pay a visit to Feast Street, our dedicated area of pop-up restaurants and bars from London’s leading venues. From Spanish-style octopus and New York-inspired deli sandwiches to an exceptional flat white and a stellar negroni, all your cravings will be satisfied at Feast Street.

Be sure to consult the list before you come, so you don't miss out on anything...  

Anna Mae's

Anna Mae's creates everyone's favourite comfort food: homemade mac and cheese. Their special recipe involves four different cheeses, and if you fancy getting creative, you can spruce yours up with sliced hot dogs, pulled-pork and jalapeno peppers. It will completely change the meaning of southern comfort.

anna maes

Delancey & Co

Delancey & Co take sandwiches to the next level. Think sarnies piled so high you'll have to use your full jaw range to fit 'em in. Choose from salt beef on bagel with pickles, smoked turkey on marbled rye with mashed avocado, Swiss cheese and sundried tomatoes, or the ultimate in chic-eats: the Tokyo x Delancey sandwhich of smoked salmon, cream cheese, seaweed salad and wasabi. Food for thought, indeed. 



As authentic as Spanish gets outside of Spain, Iberica brings the tapas of your dreams to London. Try the octopus a la gallega with potatoes, the grilled pork in moruno marinade and baked aubergine or our personal favourite, a delicious asparagus with manchego, onion confit and truffle oil toast. Lip smackingly good. 


The Botanist

From the minds behind The Gun in Docklands (which has won awards for London's best gastropub), The Botanist will be serving expertly crafted cocktails that are refreshingly good. Whether your tipple of choice is a classic gin and tonic or a trendy negroni, there's something for everyone. We've got our eyes on the rhubarb fizz or the raspberry Collins...


Green & Blacks

Who doesn't love free chocolate? Pair it with some free wine and you've got yourself a dream situation. Green & Blacks taste specialists will be offering up samples on Stylist Live's Feast Street, pairing their delicious organic chocolate with the finest Port and dessert wines.There will also be a chance to try the new THIN range and some freshly made truffles. Deelish. 


And in case you can't get enough, you’ll also find a bespoke farmer's market on the Stylist Live shopping floor where you can discover all of the below....

Crosstown Doughnuts

Handmade fresh daily, Crosstown Doughnuts use locally-sourced ingredients to create their range of fillings; be-it glazes, jams or compotes. One simply isn't enough.


Nata Pura

This pastry was created by Portugese monks around the 18th century. It's acknowledged as one of the top pastries in the world and for a reason, these babies will have you coming back for more all day. Good thing they will be around for the whole of the festival.


Pearl and Groove

Pearl and Groove dream of creating the most delicious cakes in London, and we think they're definitely up there. What's more, all cakes are gluten-free and are made from healthy ingredients so, really, they must count as one of our five-a-day.


Portabello Road Gin

Enjoy the perfect G'n'T in-between talks. 


Home-grown in a Shropshire farm, B-Fresh juices are delicious, healthy and environmentally friendly - they tick all the boxes.

Jax Coco

100% Coconut water. Need we say more.


Vermouth of the gods.

If you'd like to get in on some of this delicious food, be sure to come along to Stylist Live - our four-day festival of cocktails, culture, catwalks and conversation hosted by Edith Bowman and Dawn O’Porter on Thursday 15 – Sunday 18 October 2015.

Get your tickets here, see you there!



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