London's Vegan Nights market will make its comeback next month due to popular demand.
The market, which was a takeover by highly acclaimed eatery Cook Daily, was open for one night only in September - but the event was so popular, that it will be brought back on November 23.
According to Time Out, the queue was stretching from Truman Brewery toward Brick Lane.
The event's line-up featured top names from London's vegan scene, including Temple of Seitan, Pomodoro E Basilico, and Biff's Jack Shack.
Vegan Nights will return to Boiler House on November 23
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