Frieze London

Regent’s Park

5–8 October 2017

Restaurants

Frieze fairs bring together pop-ups from some of the London's best restaurants, cafés and bars.

At Frieze London, visitors will find returning favourites Brunswick HouseCompany DrinksGail’s Artisan BakeryPetersham Nurseries, Pizza Pilgrims and Yalumba with exciting new additions, Jason Atherton’s Social Wine and TapasMoro and Ahi Poké.

At Frieze Masters, visitors will find: Gail’s Artisan Bakery, Locanda Locatelli and Umu.

Company Drinks

Park Centre, Rectory Road
RM10 9SA Dagenham

Petersham Nurseries

Church Lane, Petersham Road
TW10 7AB Richmond, London

Brunswick House

30 Wandsworth Rd
SW8 2LG London

GAIL’s Artisan Bakery

209 King's Road
SW3 5ED London

Pizza Pilgrims

11 Dean St
W1D 3RP Soho, London

Yalumba

40 Eden Valley Road
SA 5353 Angaston

Social Wine and Tapas

39 James Street
W1U 1DL London

Ahi Poké

3 Percy Street
W1T1DE London

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