STREET FOOD TRADERS NEEDED TO DISH UP AT STACK LINCOLN
TOP street food operators who want to be part of an exciting new Lincoln leisure concept can now apply for the scheme.
Plans to convert the former Argos store at St Marks Shopping Centre into STACK Lincoln, a large-scale hospitality venue which will include five bars and ten street food outlets, are well underway.
And now the company behind the development is opening the applications for anyone interested in one of the food stalls to get in touch – and become part of an exciting new community.
The operators are looking for a high end, eclectic mix of street food providers, which will fit within STACK’s signature brand.
Other STACKs have offered everything from artisan pizzas to bao buns, from handcrafted burgers to mac and cheese, as well as authentic Indian food and Greek specialities.
“What we are looking for are people who can provide proper street food from a range of international cuisines,” said Neill Winch, CEO of STACK.
“We want a really interesting mix of high quality food which plays an important part in the success of STACK.
“The food stand operators benefit from a huge amount of support from us, including from our marketing and promotional activity as well as becoming part of the fast-growing STACK family.”
Anyone interested is being asked to complete the ‘Expression of Interest’ form on the STACK Leisure website https://stackleisure.com/trader-vacancies/
Along with the food and drink outlets, STACK Lincoln will have a roof terrace, coffee shop and a central plaza with a stage for live entertainment.
The venue is one of a number of STACKs currently being created around the county, including two new venues in Newcastle – one a fanzone in conjunction with Newcastle United – Durham, Bishop Auckland, Whitley Bay, Carlisle and Northampton.
The company also recently revealed its plans to take over the location of the Hatch container village in Manchester which will also become a STACK.