Ashton Lane Stre-EAT FEST
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 August, 2022, 12 noon until 7 p.m.
Ashton Lane, off Byres Road (beside Hillhead Underground) G12
Glasgow loves street food!
Ashton Lane restaurants & bars unite once again to bring you StrEAT Fest! Get ready for 2 days fest featuring finger-lickin’ good street food from
- INNIS AND GUNN
- JINTY MCGUINTY’S
- RAMEN DAYO
- THE GROSVENOR CAFÉ
- UBIQUITOUS CHIP
- VODKA WODKA
- YAKITORI SHACK
Food will go hand in hand with a good drink, so expect top-notch pop-up bars serving boozy cocktails & ice-cold beer…
For the first time ever the festival will take place over 2 DAYS – so pace yourself!
Saturday 27 August
Saturday will be filled with good disco vibes from Edinburgh Disco Lovers with food stalls & pop-up bars in full swing from 12pm till 10pm.
Sunday 28 August – Family Fun and Street Market
Sunday events will be a true family affair – treat the kids to face painting, arts & crafts activities & meet and greet with their favorite magical characters! Also, prepare to shop till you drop at our local & independent business market.
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