Street Feast

Since Street Feast food arenas launched in 2015, they have been the choice venues for some of the UK’s biggest brands and businesses including; Amazon, Facebook, ASOS, Google, IBM and JP Morgan. Each space is unique and can transform to tell any brand story or create an experience.

By taking underused and neglected spaces in London and turning them into vibrant street food & event arenas with capacities up to 5,000 people, the Street Feast venue portfolio currently boasts six food arenas and are still expanding: Dinerama in Shoreditch, Hawker House in Canada Water, Giant Robot in Canary Wharf, Public in Woolwich and Model Market in Lewisham. Let’s also not forget Winterville, the Christmas pop-up festival that takes over Clapham Common in December.

Hawker House is an incredible 2,000 capacity warehouse space in Canada Water. In the summer months, the venue has the Land Of Bamboo (a tropical tiki paradise), a huge further outside area with a 1,000 capacity taking the venue total to a 3,000 capacity. Hawker House is the perfect versatile event space with 1500 square metres of transformable space, making it versatile for a range of events, from conferences, exhibitions, awards ceremonies, product launches, parties and LOADS more.

Dinerama, once a former bullion truck yard in Shoreditch is a fantastic two-level summer and winter 1,000 capacity venue in the heart of Shoreditch, creating the ultimate food and drink events arena. In the summer, the venue is an open-air playground full of multiple spaces to hire. In the winter the venue is roofed and winter-proofed so Dinerama is toasty and warm with log-burning fires.

Giant Robot, is the absolute destination for city events. Located in Canary Wharf, this street food arena is at the east end of London’s biggest roof garden. Hosting up to 700 guests, floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views, Giant Robot is futuristic with a retro feel, the perfect venue for summer and Christmas parties.

All of Street Feasts unique venues are the homes of some of the most diverse street food vendors. From Yum Bun serving up Taiwanese soft buns, to Hot Box, London’s barbeque kings, to Mother Clucker, the home of some of London’s best fried chicken to Club Mexicana, for meat-free Mexican classics to name a few.

Find out more about Street Feast here