by James Hansen
Street food collective Kerb (KERB) and central London landlord Shaftesbury have signed a deal to open a covered ‘street food’ market in Seven Dials, Covent Garden. Seven Dials Market will open with 26 traders and seating for hundreds of diners, according to the Evening Standard.
Kerb, which counts Nonna’s Gelato, soon-to-open Shoreditch restaurant Burger and Beyond, Bleecker Burger, Pizza Pilgrims, and Bao among its alumni, currently operates markets in seven London locations, including King’s Cross, Peckham, and the Gherkin. It recently departed the two-year-old Camden market. Managing director Simon Mitchell said, “We’ve worked closely with upwards of 150 brilliant independent food entrepreneurs over the last six years and see Seven Dials Market as the next step for us and them in this journey.”
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