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Street Feast extended Christmas extravaganza into 2019 for retail and hospitality

Street Feast, London’s challenger corporate event pioneers, has extended their Christmas cheer into 2019 by offering exclusive corporate party’s across January and February 2019. Recognising that not all industries are able to celebrate during the traditional festive period, the team has prolonged their Christmas packages for retail and hospitality. 

Event enquiries can still be placed at Dinerama, Hawker House, Giant Robot and Public for bookings until the end of February 2019. Whether celebrating the year just passed or toasting the one to come, a Street Feast party is unlike any in London.  

Bespoke festive parties at Street Feast venues across the capital are inclusive of the best line-up of international street food traders, winter warming drinks and entertainment to build a bespoke occasion. 

In the heart of Shoreditch, Dinerama will be full of Christmas market and festival vibes. Roofed and winter-proofed, the venue will be toasty and warm with log-burning fires, eight bars serving mulled wine, mulled cider, winter warmer cocktails and alcoholic-hot chocolates along with craft beers from around world. 

Hawker House, a huge indoor food and drink warehouse in Canada Water, has become a hugely popular and versatile space to get the festive creative juices flowing for planning the ultimate party. Holding up to 2,000 guests split across two rooms, clients can hire one side of Hawker House for smaller groups of 200 or much larger whole-venue takeovers. 

The vast warehouse space has nine brilliant bars, 12 epic street food traders and loads of extra room to play around with, including optional pool and beer pong tables. 

For anyone based in and around Canary Wharf, Giant Robot is calling. One of the coolest venues in Canary Wharf offers a relaxed and informal vibe, combining all things futuristic with retro and industrial luxury. Guests will love festive feasting from four fantastic street food vendors, three brilliant bars, and floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views across the city and over the water. Sitting at the east end of London’s biggest roof garden, the 700-capacity venue is a great space to host a city Christmas party of any size. 

Emma Howe, sales and events director at Street Feast comments: “We’ve received many more enquiries this year for corporate Christmas celebrations outside the traditional November and December window and look forward to welcoming clients and guests who simply haven’t got time during this busy festive period to host their own party, usually because they are too busy hosting other companies. Our venues offer variety and have evolved to become an alternative to formal celebrations which have become hugely popular. 

“We won’t be holding our Christmas party until the early part of next year so understand the time constraints to organise your own soiree. We’re excited to be able to share these events for longer and ensure as many people can celebrate their Christmas, however and whenever they can.” Get in touch with to find out more.