Following its launch earlier this summer, cultural venue Hackney Bridge has announced the opening of its giant indoor dining hall, Hackney Bridge Kitchens
- Opening 24th September with a bumper weekend of events
- Featuring craft beer, cocktail bars + a selection of new food traders
- 50% off all food & drink on opening day Friday 24th September
- 2 for 1 drinks Tuesday & Wednesday on house beers, wine, single spirits and cocktails.
Tuesday – Wednesday: 12:00 – 22:00
Thursday: 12:00 – 23:00
Friday: 12:00 – 00:00
Saturday: 11:00 – 00:00
Sunday: 11:00 – 22:00
Units 1-28, Echo Building, E Bay Lane, London, E15 2SJ
On Friday 24th September, East London’s newest cultural destination, Hackney Bridge, will officially open its indoor dining hall, Hackney Bridge Kitchens. The space, which features mezzanine seating and a bar serving local craft beers, wines and ice cold cocktails, will be home to five brand new street food traders, as well as old favourites Made in Puglia and Filigrillz, who took up residency in Hackney Bridge’s alfresco courtyard this summer. To celebrate the opening, Hackney Bridge Kitchens will be hosting a special weekend of free events and activities from 24-26 September, including workshops, classes and impressive DJ lineups. Hackney Bridge Kitchens is the new giant indoor dining and market hall at Hackney Bridge, opening its doors on Friday 24th for walk-ins. For more information, visit Hackneybridge.org.
Just when it looked like the street food offering at Hackney Bridge couldn’t get any better, the venue has announced five brand new traders, who will be setting up shop in Hackney Bridge Kitchens. Purveyors of mouth-watering West indies hot Bakes, Bakes N Stuffingz will be on site with their traditional St.Lucian coal pot, serving jerk pork, jerk chicken and even jerk pulled jackfruit. For fans of fresh, healthy and supremely tasty seafood, Simply Hooked will be dishing up everything from ceviche to Sri Lankan spiced fish and chips. Japanese soul food experts Rainbo, famed for their homemade gyoza and hirata bao buns, will be opening their fourth site in the dining hall, and for vegan visitors, Hanoi Chay will be offering delicious plant-based Vietnamese dishes like rice boxes and banh mis. In search of the best South Indian street food? Tamila will be serving flavour packed curries and flakey layered roti as part of their menu. On top of all the new offerings, two of Hackney Bridge’s favourite traders, Filigrillz and Made In Puglia, will be making the move into the Kitchens, serving up authentic Filipino flame-grilled meats and classic Neapolitan pizzas, respectively.
Drinks in Hackney Bridge Kitchens will come courtesy of The Hangar, a micropub and cocktail bar, that will offer refreshing craft beers and ice-cold serves. 2 for 1 drinks Tuesday & Wednesday on house beers, wine, single spirits and cocktails!
As well as offering an impressive food and drinks selection, Hackney Bridge will play host to a wide variety of events throughout the year, including workshops, classes, markets, DJ nights and live music. To celebrate the opening, the venue has programmed a special weekend of activities, including all night DJs, workshops on food sustainability including kimchi and herbal remedies classes and a produce market. As the opening also coincides with Hackney Half Marathon, Hackney Bridge are offering free yoga, pilates, and stretching classes throughout the day to help weary runners.
Hackney Bridge Kitchens is the new giant indoor dining and market area by Hackney Bridge, opening its doors on Friday 24th. No bookings required, just walk in. For more information, visit Hackneybridge.org.