70, quai Perrache
69002 Lyon, France
ocated in a former boilerworks to the south of the Confluence district in Lyon, HEAT is a partially covered space offering great food as well as a programme of lifestyle events. Part-foodhall, part-third place, HEAT is made up of four colourful shipping containers serving street food, one container bar, several petanque areas and a number of shape-shifting temporary spaces. Resembling a programme of events, the food line-up changes every week. Each container embraces a new experience, departing on a journey to a new land where street food is king. Meanwhile, the main floor space hosts a range of unique events, from debates to DJ sets, drag spectacles, workshops, shows, sports, inspirational talks and experiments. Each event is designed to highlight the creativity of local initiatives.
Nestling in the heart of the Confluence eco-district, HEAT’s approach pro-sustainability and pro-local. Eager to raise awareness of its values, HEAT is committed to:
- reducing and recycling waste through a comprehensive sorting system
- recovering organic waste
- proactively finding a purpose for unsold produce
HEAT also promotes short food supply chains by leaning towards restaurateurs who source their ingredients from local and sustainable producers. On a daily basis, HEAT supports food businesses in their efforts to become more environmentally responsible.
HEAT prides itself on being a broad-minded foodhall: it is tolerant, diverse and open to all. It aims to offer a “safe space”; we do not tolerate discrimination in any form and will take the required action to stamp out any behaviour that goes against this principle (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, etc.). Everyone is welcome – provided that they respect these values.
HEAT revendique son ouverture d’esprit : la Halle à manger est un lieu tolérant, mixte et ouvert sur le monde. HEAT entend être un « safe space » : nous ne tolérons dans l’établissement aucune forme de discrimination et combattons fermement tout comportement allant à l’encontre de ce principe : racisme, sexisme, homophobie, transphobie... Toutes et tous sont bienvenu·es, à condition de respecter ces valeurs.