A retro pop-up trading venue for artisans and crafters to sell their produce, plus a small sit-in café for coffee, cakes and vegan brunches.
A former ironmongers on Argyle Street, this tiny outlet specialises in responsibly sourced quality vegan and vegetarian food – with food and drink provided by a line-up of independent vendors. Interiors of exposed brick, wooden floors, roof rafters and bespoke tables built on wooden crates invoke that ultra-cool hipster vibe while a well-stocked carry-out counter is heaving with homemade goodies such as aubergine pakora, freshly prepared thick sandwiches, samosas, cakes and bright punchy salads. Lunchtime sees a steady stream of customers welcoming a sensibly priced and easily accessed veggie option. A BRT toastie is stuffed with strips of bacon substitute, fresh rocket, tomato and mashed avocado – a lively and filling lunch option especially when accompanied by the ethically sourced bright filtered coffee. The café also hopes to develop into a venue with its arty ambitions, promising upcoming workshops, theatre groups and a pop-up artist of the month.
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Halal options, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: eclectic contemporary
- Live entertainment: Theatre/workshops/art
- Capacity: 10
- Open since: 2017
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