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Swansea Bay Pop-Up is set to bring some sizzle to Singleton Park again when it comes back ‘bigger and better’ on 28 April

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The big outdoor dining project, which saw food-lovers flock to a giant big top tent in Singleton Park last summer, will welcome a host of tasty food stalls to cater to what is expected to be thousands of visitors.   

Creative Hospitality Group, which operates some of the most popular hospitality brands in the city – Brewstone, BambuPeppermintFrango Charcoal Chicken and BrewDog Swansea is behind Swansea Bay Pop-Up again this year, alongside Gower Brewery, and though they had to put some of their pop-up plans on hold in 2020 due to the lockdown it is all systems go for a safe, socially distanced celebration of great food, outdoors. People who want to attend this year can book here: https://www.swanseabaypopup.co.uk/ 

Founder and Chief Executive of Creative Hospitality Group, Bruno Nunes, said: “Swansea Bay Pop-Up generated such a positive buzz in the city and it was talked about long after we served our last meal. So, we are very pleased to bring it back at a time when people are really ready for some safe, enjoyable social occasions, with good food, drink and a friendly atmosphere. We have all been through some testing times this past year and I feel activity like this one will help us rediscover the community spirit and friendly nature that we are famous for in Swansea. It will be a great place for people to meet up with friends and family and to let their hair down a little.

“We are thrilled to be joined by some exciting hospitality outlets this year. Get Caked, which has a hugely loyal following will be serving sweet treats while Bucking Burrito will be offering their plant-based Mexican burritos and nachos. Swansea Indian fusion favourites, Rasoi, will bring fine Indian dining to the table, and Yosei will be delivering their modern Japanese-inspired cuisine to our diners. Gower Brewery will once again be providing a wide variety of drinks and GG’s will be on hand with their pink ice cream trailer which also proved hugely popular last year.

Bruno added: “As ever, many thanks to Swansea Council who backed the concept from the start and helped to make Swansea Bay Pop-Up a reality, after it became clear that people in Swansea had tapped into it as a place to meet safely with friends and family. As ever, this venture is not about profit, it is about first and foremost giving the people of Swansea an enjoyable time amid some very testing months, and it is about helping hospitality and food businesses get through the pandemic that continues to hit our industry so hard. Swansea Bay Pop-Up gives us and our partners an opportunity to showcase the great products we offer. We’ve been delighted by the response, and we hope our friends in and around Swansea will flock back to the big tent on 28 April.”

The Pop Up has proved to be popular with independent hospitality businesses throughout Swansea and the organisers are encouraging any businesses that want to get involved to get in touch via the website contact form. Should spaces become available for additional food stalls then other independents can step in.

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The concept will again see socially distanced tables within a marquee, with diners able to choose from a variety of different food and drink stalls. The choices range from authentic Portuguese charcoal grills, wood-fired pizza, Indian street flavours, Bao buns, Asian-fusion and tapas to cake, brownies and ice cream. The offering for vegans has vastly improved this year with the introduction of Bucking Burrito’s plant-based menu. Many of the food stalls will also be offering their own wines, beers and cocktails.

Book your place at Swansea Bay Pop-Up here: https://www.swanseabaypopup.co.uk/ 

(Lead image: Swansea Bay Popup)


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