SEABURN TENANTS ARE STACKING UP
Due to open in just a matter of months, tenants at STACK Seaburn are stacking up. With the venue set to open in spring 2020, the traders list is increasing consistently, with another three vendors announced this week.
Joining the brand-new container village is family-run Mexican street food vendor, Chapos Tacos. Owned by the British-Mexican Chapman family, the Mexican container will bring healthy, fresh, family recipes to Seaburn, by professional chefs, whom have appeared on some of Mexico’s most popular television shows.
Gabriella Chapman, co-owner of Chapos Tacos, said:
“Our aim is to give the North of England the great Mexican street food experience. I am originally from Mexico City, which is dubbed the Capital of street food tacos.
“My family in Mexico have professional qualifications in Mexican Gastronomy and have reached the semi-finals on a popular cooking TV programme which is broadcasted nationwide in Mexico, all of our recipes here at Chapos Tacos have been passed down through our families.”
Having travelled across the world as part of the Disney on Ice crew with her husband, Gabriella is looking forward to bringing her home cooked family recipes to her hometown of Sunderland.
Joining Chapos Tacos at STACK Seaburn is health-conscious Thai street food vendor, Healthy Thaim.
The healthy food establishment, owned by Natalie Brand, currently resides on Thornley Road in Sunderland, is expanding to STACK Seaburn due to the popularity of their current venue.
Offering Thai food with a healthy twist, Healthy Thaim has received a wealth of support from Slimming World followers, with their menu offering dishes that are zero syns, as well as offering a tailored meal preparation service.
Café YOLO is also joining the line-up offering premium coffee and is hoping to become the seafronts favourite brunch spot, serving a selection of breakfasts, lunches, pancakes and baked goods. Café YOLO, will like the rest of the site be dog friendly and be open from early morning daily.
Neill Winch, CEO of The Danieli Group said:
“We are really pleased to be welcoming on board another two businesses that are local to Seaburn but are offering visitors the chance to eat authentic cuisine from across the world.
“We now only have a couple of street food units available to fill and by the time we open there will be a really wide choice of street food options to please everyone including; vegans, vegetarians and the healthy conscious eaters.”
The above traders join previously announced vendors; Boojie Burger, Acropolis Street Food, Woofs n Scruffs doggy store and grooming, and award-winning Downey’s Fish and Chips.
STACK Seaburn is due to open to the public in spring 2020. For more information and to enquire about taking a unit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can visit the website www.stackseaburn.com and follow @STACKSeaburn on Facebook to keep up to date with the schemes progress.