ust in time for summer, a delightful cobbled street you never knew existed has opened up right in the heart of Camden, reminiscent of the best corners of Borough Market.
Italian Alley is a series of five railway arches, each home to a different food joint, with the menu curated by Executive Chef Davide Boglioli.
They range from charcoal BBQ experts to pastas specialists, and from topped focaccias to stuffed ciambottas, which are bread buns filled with delicious caponatas and ragus. There’s even an arch entirely dedicated to meatballs.
Alongside this is an extensive range of beers form the acclaimed Baladin brewery, artisan variants on spritzes to elevate the usual Campari’s and Aperols, and wines by-the-glass.
We’ve partnered with the team at Italian Alley and loyalty app Embargo to offer all readers £2 off their Aperitivo (usual price £10 including one dish and a drink) for a brilliant introduction to the neighbourhood’s most delicious new al fresco hangout.
Fridays at Italian Alley from 5pm – 9pm is Aperitivo Night, kicking off the weekend in delicious style, while on Saturdays the weekly Back to the 80s party guarantees a wild evening of retro music (and outfits) on the cobbles.