More than 100 guests attended a celebratory evening to mark the opening of Humber Street’s newest venue.
Tribal Two has been designed to appeal to local office workers as well as residents living in the former fruit market area.
Tribal Two is another joint venture by Hull FC owner Adam Pearson and Hull KR’s Neil Hudgell and follows the success of their popular Tribal Sports Bar and Grill which opened in Kingswood a year ago.
Mr Pearson said: “We felt there was an opportunity to offer a new and different venue for people in the Humber Street area.
“It has a relaxed atmosphere and it’s in a great part of town so we look forward to welcoming people to the city’s newest venue.”
Tribal Two is close to the Hull office of Mr Hudgell’s law firm, Hudgell Solicitors, and where new housing and workplaces are currently being developed.
“We have seen Humber Street develop over the last few years and we’re delighted to be part of the thriving community that continues to grow here,” said Mr Hudgell.
“We believe Tribal Two will attract people who live and work in the area, whether for a business meeting at lunchtime or a drink and something to eat with colleagues or friends.”
Like the original, Tribal Two offers classic fresh food such as steaks, wings and nachos.
There are also indulgent combinations to try, including loaded fries topped with peanut butter and chilli jam and burgers served on waffles instead of buns.
In addition to the weekday menu, Tribal Two offers special Sunday lunch options and takeaway toasties, soap and coffee for workers during weekday lunchtimes.