London, UK --- There's nothing worse than shelling out $12 for a mediocre beer or $8 for soggy french fries from a stadium-sponsored vendor. That's why Field Day has announced their 2014 food and drink partners, focusing on artisan eats and reasonably-priced craft beer.
Field Day will team with Street Feast, Venn Street Market, London Brewers' Market
, and Tim Peaks Coffee
. The selection will ensure that everyone's tastes are satisfied, no matter your mood or cuisine of choice.
Street Feast, the London-based nighttime food market, will bring street vendors ranging from Baba G's Indian-spiced burger truck, to Spit and Roast's rotisserie van, to Rainbo's 1948 Ford Pickup serving gyoza, Japanese pot stickers. So far, 11 vendors have been announced, with more to come, so keep an eye on
Street Feast's Field Day page for updates.
Venn Street Market, the award-winning London community food market known for its dedication to locally-sourced, fairly-priced, seasonal products, will supplement Street Feast's selection. Venn Street will supply fare from around the world, from the Caribbean Mama's Jerk, to the Filipino Kusina Nova, to the Seychellen Vinn Goute, and many more.
And as for drinks, the London Brewers' Market will quench your thirst with lagers and ales from local craft breweries. So far, the Five Points Brewing Company, Hackney Brewery, Beavertown Brewery, and Fourpure Brewing Co. are set to make appearances, with more to be announced.
Also, inside of the Street Feast area will be the Meantime Brewery Beer Tank, a mobile events vehicle that delivers lager basically straight from the brewery.
For a non-alcoholic pick-me-up, look for the Tim Peaks Coffee stand and bike. The brand, created by Tim Burgess of The Charlatans and benefitting the David Lynch Foundation, uses only fair-trade beans for a socially-conscious caffeine boost.
Just remember, despite its mouth-watering food and drink selection, Field Day is a music festival, too. If you're going, check out
our Guide to Field Day 2014.