King's Cross

King's Cross
KERB has moved to Granary Square, King's Cross.

Time: 12pm-2pm
Who: 5+ Traders Each Day

The Boulevard of Dreams is over, people - we're moving on up to Granary Square so get ready!

Since October 2011 we have run a market on King's Boulevard - first as eat.st and since 2012 as KERB - and as the development has ramped up, our space on the Boulevard has got smaller. But KERB needs to stretch out and limber up - so onwards and upwards we go. So far, we have only operated on Granary Square for KERB Saturdays and liked it a lot. It's huge, has pretty fountains on it and you could probably play football there if you wanted.

Come and find us in our new spot and help us settle in. We will feed you the best food on the streets of London, served by some of the best people to ever fire up a grill.

KERB KX - Since October 2012, just in a bigger space now (soon with deck chairs)

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