The Grade II* listed venue has operated as a performing arts and concert venue for the last 60 years and underwent a £30m renovation, reopening in 2006 as a venue but also a charity that supports thousands of young creatives each year through the Roundhouse Studios. The partnership with Sessions will be served from the Roundhouse Bar + Cafe on the ground floor.
The first brand from Sessions portfolio to launch at the Roundhouse is bao bun concept, Little Bao Boy. The Leeds-based brand has already expanded across the capital with Sessions delivery kitchens and this marks their second dine-in offer in the capital, following a pop-up at The Sun and 13 Cantons. The partnership will allow Roundhouse to rotate their food offering regularly, by showcasing other Sessions brands throughout the year.
Louis Haynes, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Sessions commented: “Roundhouse is an iconic venue with a rich history and I’m excited to introduce their clientele to our great brands. The venue has a capacity for over 3,000 people per show, it’s been a great opportunity to work closely with the Roundhouse team to maximise their kitchen operations and we look forward to helping to feed a lot of hungry fans.”
Of the partnership Natalie McGann, Senior Commercial Food and Beverage Manager, commented: “The Roundhouse has been through a food evolution since opening in 2006 and we are delighted to enter a new chapter with Sessions. Together, we will bring our audiences the best food brands in the business. We begin our new rotating residencies with ‘Little Bao Boy’ an independent asian inspired street food company from Leeds. So if you're coming to a gig in the near future be sure to come early and enjoy some delicious food in our Roundhouse Bar + Cafe”
Little Bao Boy will be available for dine-in customers pre and post shows from June 13th with a rotating offer of Sessions brands to follow later in the year.
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