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They’re back again – one of my fave burger places flipping their wares at Square in Dunchurch. I haven’t yet made it to one of Square’s weekend pop-ups so I’m 100% going to this.
In case you haven’t heard of them, Flying Cows won Britain’s Best Street Food burger in 2017 and 2019 and were an ITV food and drink winner in 2020.
They’re at Square from noon on Saturday until 9.45pm and then noon till 6pm on Sunday. You can also get drinks there, coffee, cakes and all sorts of loveliness in their covered secret garden. Find more info and book here.
6 The Green, Dunchurch, Rugby CV22 6NX
Square in Dunchurch are back with another amazing pop-up. This time they’re hosting amazing hot dog peeps Fat Snags, who will be serving up some of their sausage in Square’s Secret Garden.
Book a table here and get down there for beer, cocktails, coffee, cake, treats and, obviously, hot dogs.
Square Coffee, The Square, Dunchurch
Local business Prices Spices – who run Warwickshire Chilli Farm in Snitterfield, are holding a pop-up restaurant at House in Leamington. For this one you’ll have a full-on Thai feast, with appetisers including prawn crackers, vegetable spring rolls, chilli and garlic squid and green papaya salad, and mains of green Thai chicken curry or red Thai vegetable curry with jasmine rice. For dessert you’ll get sticky mango cake and coconut ice-cream. For tickets, visit www.pricesspices.com
House, 130 Parade, Leamington Spa CV32 4AG
Coventry cook Sophie Hyam is inviting you to join her on a culinary journey with a secret menu pop-up inspired by Earth, Wind, Fire and Water. The menu is a surprise and one that might just take you out of your comfort zone.
Tickets are £40 per person with a £10 non-refundable deposit to secure your place.
Emily’s Cafe, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6EJ
Sophie Hyam is a Coventry based cook. Her November Recipe Book Club features six dishes from Nigel Slater’s The Christmas Chronicles showcasing dishes you may not have thought of for your festive food. Dishes will include fig and blue cheese salad, pig’s cheek terrine, roast goose, and mincemeat and mascarpone tarts.
Tickets are £15 per person and you’ll need to pay a non-refundable deposit of £5 to secure your place.
Emily’s Cafe, Earlsdon, CV5 6EJ