The Bell and Brisket will be the Grafton's final street food pop-up

By Daniel Woolfson

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The Bell and Brisket will be the Grafton's final street food pop-up

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The Grafton in Kentish Town, London, has announced it will hold its final street food pop-up. 

Salt beef venders the Bell and Brisket will be the last pop-up to take residence at the Grafton with a four week run beginning on January 21.

Bel Shapiro, owner of the Bell and Brisket, said: “We’ve modernised a classic deli dish and messed around with some crazy pickle combos to produce addictive fillings for our Brick Lane bagels and unusual black rye buns, baked locally by Carmellis.

“Our beef is British and grass fed, our pickles are homemade or bought from Hackney producer Vadasz Deli.”

The Grafton, which was recently named Great British Pub of The Year, has played host to more than 24 pop-up stalls covering a wide variety of different cuisines over the last two years.

The pub is now preparing to open it's own fresh food kitchen, inspired and influenced by some of the pop-up's it has worked with.

Susie Clarke, who owns the Grafton, said: “It’s been wonderful to be able to provide our customers with such a wide range of choice in the food we’ve had on offer.

“Hosting pop-ups has meant we’ve been able to try out different cuisines and celebrate some of the incredible street food London has to offer.”

The Bell and Brisket will offer a wider range of options than its usual bagel menu featuring new dishes such as smoked mackerel and brisket-dripping chips.

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