The venue, which offers all-day drinking and dining, can host events for up to 500 guests and can be found at the east end of London's biggest rooftop garden. The venue offers guests panoramic views of the surrounding areas.
The indoor space, which features a wrap-around outdoor terrace, is Street Feast’s first seven-day-week venue, marking the expansion of the company since its launch in 2012. Giant Robot will host street food vendors such as Yum Bun, BOB’s Lobster, Thunderbird and Little Jose, the latter being a new addition to the company's portfolio.
Emma Howe, sales and events director at Street Feast, said: "We’re beyond excited to bring Street Feast to Canary Wharf. The area has several traditional event spaces to hire so this will bring a new dynamic to the area. We’ve had a fantastic 18 months introducing event bookers to Hawker House and Dinerama."
Giant Robot will begin to take corporate booking enquiries in May.
Last month, London Union announced the appointment of Romy Westwood to the role of head of consumer events. Last year, Street Feast venue Dinerama hosted the Event 100 Club 2017.
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