Once a metal box factory, the industrial style building now plays home to Hixter Bankside – the little sister to Tramshed in Shoreditch. Paying homage to the original space, the design accentuates the natural features of floor to ceiling windows, and metal and brick-work, whilst adorning the walls with neons and hanging art by both renowned and up-and-coming British artists – such as Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin, Tim Noble and Gary Webb.
Home to an array of different private dining and party options the staples of the menu include roast chicken from Swainson House Farm in Lancashire, and Mighty-Marbled beef, aged in a Himalayan salt chamber in Glenarm Estate, Northern Ireland. Event feasting menus feature big platters of each course for guests to dig into with emphasis on the season’s best ingredients and theatrical meat based main courses.
Available for, but not limited to:
Hire of all the spaces is based on minimum spends, fully redeemable against food and drink
The main room – a bright and airy room, defined by the natural light and the towering Himalayan salt-brick wall. You dine surrounded by art from Gary Webb, Matt Collishaw and Charming Baker. 120 seated and 250 standing
The Bull Room – vintage hanging chandeliers bounce light off the ceiling-height windows and glass-panelled doors. A quick pull of a sumptuous red velvet curtain creates an intimate and fully private party space, perfect for a sit-down dinner or drinks and snax. 48 seated and 70 standing
Mark’s Bar – following from the original in Hix Soho, the basement bar features leather Chesterfields, an original duke box and billiards table. A versatile space that can host full seated meals, intimate drinks gatherings or full on parties with live music. 60 seated, 100 standing
The Cock ‘n’ Bull room – a small but perfectly formed room, with ceiling height windows and a sliding door to the action of the main dining room. Perfect for meetings and meals. 12 seated