Has your stomach been rumbling for some delectable, delicious street food lately? Well, you're in luck because London's iconic Old Street Roundabout is about to get a touch of food magic. On June 12th, The Magic Roundabout will be unveiled to the public as a street food market hot spot. It will be a 500-capacity space offering up the freshest food, beats, and beverages in town.
The Magic Roundabout was concocted by none other than Tom Reaney, the man behind the hugely popular pop-up burger phenomenon Burger Bear and subsequent restaurant Stokey Bear. Already signed up to occupy The Magic Roundabout in terms of food are the likes of Burger Bear, Prawnography and Relax. Music-wise the Magic Roundabout will be playing disco and house tunes throughout the venue and will house its very own DJ booth in the middle of the site. Music will, of course, be run by Burger Bear and if the past is anything to go by, visitors should expect surprise sets from some of the biggest names in disco, house, techno and more over the course of the summer.
The Magic Roundabout will be free to enter and will be open from 7am-11pm everyday from 12th June.
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