STACK Seaburn launches click & collect service in Lockdown 2

Sunderland’s new seafront landmark has launched a click & collect service to keep people well fed in lockdown.

Monday, 9th November 2020, 11:30 am
Updated Monday, 9th November 2020, 3:47 pm
STACK has launched a click & collect service

STACK Seaburn has proved hugely popular since it opened its doors in early September, with regular queues of people eager to try its range of street food traders and live music.

Like all restaurants and pubs, the shipping container village on the site of the former Seaburn Centre has had to close its seated plaza areas for the second national lockdown.

However, most of its traders are now running a click & collect service for you to enjoy their food at home.

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STACK has had to close for sit-in custom due to Lockdown 2

Look out on the STACK social media channels for the participating traders and their opening hours.

You will need to place individual orders at https://w8r.co.uk/qr/StackSeaburn with each independent business, but you will be able to come and collect them all at the same time.

You can use the car park entrance to STACK on the old fairground site to go to the vendors and collect your dishes, whilst wearing a mask and practising social distancing.

You can collect your order from individual traders

The car park has allowed a grace period of 30 minutes to collect your food without charge. You cannot consume food on the premises or gather there.

It’s the latest city business which has had to adapt its offering, to offer either delivery or click & collect in line with the second lockdown restrictions which are in place until early December.

There's a number of traders from which to choose

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