London street food giant, Street Feast, has expanded its portfolio with a new venue launch. And guess what? It’s available for both corporate and private hire.
Located just a stone’s throw away from Alexandra Palace, Hawker Union (an old derelict warehouse) has been transformed into a 700-capacity food market. Retaining its industrial look, the space is now filled with huge feasting tables, thousands of festoon lights and a large outdoor space (ideal for summer events).
We’re thinking drinks receptions, functions, screenings or conferences. Think outside the box – a street feast can be an alternative and funky backdrop for your event. And if eating and drinking all night gets too boring, there are pool tables and trampolines (yes, that’s right) on site as well, giving you the option of some fun teambuilding.
Want to put your personal touch on the space? Hawker Union can be hired as a blank canvas too, giving you the opportunity to style it and brand it to your liking.
The casual street-food dining space featured six traders, including Caribbean chicken from White Men Can’t Jerk; Portuguese pregos from Growlers; wood-fired pizzas from Fundi; and nitro-frozen ice cream from Chin Chin Labs. The vendors can also do specific corporate catering menus.
Hawker Union is the brand’s first venture into north London with its five other venues located largely in the east and south-east of the capital. Dinerama in Shoreditch, Giant Robot in Canary Wharf, Hawker House in Canada Water, Public in Woolwich and Model Market in Lewisham make up the group’s portfolio.