The eight day festival takes place all over the area from the edges of Hammersmith to the beautiful stretch of Strand on the Green along the Thames. Restaurants, bars, pubs, coffee bars and shops take part by showcasing their signature dishes or drinks and they host pop up events and tastings. There is a street food market Chiswick High Road with over 40 traders selling amazing food plus a packed schedule of exciting events, from comedy and barbecues to wine tasting and talks!
We’ve been at FBC for the last three years and it’s a brilliant event. This year we’re really excited to have the event in our hometown of Chiswick and will be pulling out all the stops to make it an unforgettable experience.
We’re looking forward to showcasing some great EatChiswick participants such as LifestyleLDN – creators of Quirky Bars, Bol the new street food pots company and The Slow Bread Company – possibly the best artisan breadmaker in West London and a few more too!
Best thing is to email the organiser who is firstname.lastname@example.org
We tend to focus more on London and streetfood so really interested in companies which are leveraging social to grow their businesses and those who are supporting others; StreetEatsLDN and SkintLondon are two great examples and also of course, Londonist and Time Out London’s now here this blog
EatChiswick was born out of a local social media campaign called ShopChiswick which is aimed at getting more businesses using social media to support the community and high street. The festival and street food market which is EatChiswick is a logical and exciting progression of that. Basically, without social media it wouldn’t exist. We used Twitter to source partners and participants, Facebook to drive consumer engagement and social ticketing platforms to publicise the events we put on during the festival.
There’s a new generation of new clean food evangelists and nutritionists who are making healthy eating exciting and aspirational. Whether you’re interested in vegan, clean eating or avoiding certain elements of your diet to test for allergies, there’s never been such a good time to do so. The big trend is alternative to mainstream and long may it reign!
Eat more greens! Be more foodie! Use social media to grow your ideas!
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