Hicce duo Pip Lacey and Gordy McIntyre to launch food market at Coal's Drop Yard

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 12th June 2020

Hicce owners Pip Lacey and Gordy McIntyre are set to open a food Market below the restaurant in St Pancras' Coal's Drop Yard.

The powerhouse duo made up of Angela Hartnett protégé Pip Lacey and former openings and operations manager at Greene King Gordy McIntyre announced the news on social media, as they partner with pre-ordering app NDiiD.

 

So excited to be the first restaurant to launch this amazing new APP. It will help our Industry with all the changes we’re going through! It’s kept me believing there’s a light!https://t.co/BFjaxBrpHt

— Pip Lacey (@PipLacey) June 11, 2020

Pip & Gordy of hicce, are excited to announce the
opening of hicce Mkt on Wednesday 17th June. An extensive range
of unique and premium food and drink products, open 7 days a week, the market is situated below hicce, on the ground floor of Wolf
& Badgerhttps://t.co/35UtXGLIce

— hicce (@hiccelondon) June 11, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We’re so excited to announce the opening of hicce mkt on Wednesday 17th June. The market will offer an extensive range of unique food and drink products for customers to enjoy on the go, in the park or at home. Open 7 days a week, the market is situated below hicce, on the ground floor of Wolf & Badger. We have partnered with revolutionary app, NDIID (link in bio) to make products available pre-order. The app will develop as our outdoor seating and restaurant reopen to include digital menus, recipes, tutorials. We cannot wait to see you all very, very soon. 🤙

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The market will open on Wednesday 17th June, and up for grabs will be a selection of 'gamblers' - antipasti inspired sourdough topped with delicatessen items - and picnic parcels including italian dolce and snacks. As the restaurant industry is one of the hardest hit sectors in the country, many have had to find inventive ways of adapting their offering for takeaways and deliveries.

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 12th June 2020

Hicce duo Pip Lacey and Gordy McIntyre to launch food market at Coal's Drop Yard