ARTS & CULTURE, RETAIL, CAFÉS,
BARS AND RESTAURANTS WITH MORE TO COME
Disused warehouses and cobbled streets transformed to make way for independent retail, galleries, delis, restaurants and boutiques all within easy reach of Hull’s historic Old Town, Marina, The Deep and the city centre.
With a cultural and business renaissance, Humber Street, Pier Street, Queen Street etc. are becoming the heartbeat of a diverse and stimulating area.
Can savour some of Yorkshire’s finest food (with reassuringly Yorkshire portions), for lunch or dinner, at Ambiente. And enjoy some of Hull’s best coffee, burgers and light bites at local favourite Thieving Harry’s.
For beer lovers, Fruit, Butler Whites and The Minerva serve a mouthwateringly impressive selection of world lagers, ales, bitters and stouts, as well as craft, trappist, abbey and wheat beers. While the yearly Gin Festival offers 70 gins from around the world, plus gin masterclasses and cocktails.
The Fruit Market is the beating heart of Hull City of Culture 2017, playing host to many of the year’s cultural events. But it doesn’t stop after 2017. Every year, we’re home to the hugely popular Humber Street Sesh, Folk Fest and Freedom Fest.
Day-to-day, there’s always something going on – from live music and club nights, to art exhibitions, stand-up comedy and pop-up markets.