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Starting on June 1, EatChiswick will bring the area to life with bars, restaurants and cafes becoming Official Venues and creating signature dishes for all and specials for EatChiswick Wristband holders until Monday June 8.

Throughout the festival, you can experience anything from wine tasting, craft beer and food pairing, cooking demos and even peach bobbing.  Just pop into the various venues and see what’s on offer and here are some things which will help you get the most out of the festival.  We hope you have fun and make sure you bring a friend!


EatChiswick wristbands unlock a host of offers and goodies all over Chiswick and get you 50% off all official event tickets.  You can buy EatChiswick Wristbands for £10 from The George IV, Badger & Earl and Chiswick Park tube station.  More information on the link here.


There are lots of events happening through the week; walks and tours, tasting, meetups and parties.  Official Events are ticketed, some are free and some are paid for.  You will get half price entry to events with an EatChiswick Wristband.  There are other events in stores like Natoora and in pubs like The Pilot which are taking place too, so check them out their profiles on the participant pages.


Street food comes to Chiswick High Road for the first time on Saturday June 6 from 10am to 4pm. The market has been specially curated to bring together the best local food traders and restaurants.  The event is free.  Restaurants like Pho, Vinoteca and The Cabin will be setting up shop there along with many Chiswick Food Market and Brentford Market traders.


Plan your visit or trip by checking through the participants pages and finding out what’s on offer. Please do check back for last minute additions as we are receiving updates constantly.


To find out the latest, head to Twitter and search on the #eatchiswick hash tag.  Follow us on Twitter @EatChiswickW4 and like the community page too.


We are encouraging people to leave their cars behind and walk or cycle to the festival.  Transport links are listed here and there is a map of venues as well.

How to enjoy your EatChiswick festival

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