Hawker Union venue opens near Alexandra Palace

The derelict warehouse has been transformed into a modern food market available for private hire.

Street Feast has expanded its portfolio with the launch of its newest venue, Hawker Union, a seven-minute walk from Alexandra Palace.

Previously a derelict warehouse, Hawker Union has been transformed into a contemporary food market, which is available for corporate and private hire. It has 1,200sqm of transformable space and capacity for 700 guests.

Hawker Union is available for full or part hire and boasts industrial décor, huge dining tables, pool tables, trampolines and thousands of festoon lights, plus a large outdoor space. Alternatively, the venue can also come as a complete blank canvas, for those wishing to add a personal touch.

Emma Howe, sales and events director at Street Feast said: "Hawker Union is a fantastic venue brimming with character and we can’t wait to display our flexibility and creative approach through private and corporate events." 

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