Tuesday, 15 November 2011

The Stew House Pop up experience

Following the huge success of their gallery/bar The Dead Dolls Club they have decided to go for a big one this christmas. They will be opening a meantime restaurant in the heart of Shoreditch for a 2 week period crossing the demand for classic winter food, great art and top entertainment.

Their menu will be based around one of the most popular dishes the world has ever seen, good old stew. From the Amazonian tribes to the Romans and Vi
kings, stew has been a staple for thousands of years and they will be creating 8 of the most popular from around the country. Ranging from to Cowl in Wales and Viking Mutton Stew, this is not to be missed.

They are commissioning artists Jennie Webber - web illustrations (www.jenniewebber.com) and Dan Hillier (www.danhiller.com) to create a banqueting room to remember. Based around a huge Tudor Style dining table the space will cross 2D and 3D effortlessly and bring a blank canvas to life like you’ve never seen before.

They will be open lunchtimes from 11am - 3pm and will be taking bookings every evening from 6pm or you can wing it and just pop in.

Book your table now to avoid disappointment, email them and tell them  what date you would like to go and how many people you have. you will then be directed to their on line ticket service
For exclusive hire (up to 120 people) please call and discuss.

Seating is around banqueting tables with other guests to create a great atmosphere.

The event is to be held in a secret disused building in the Shoreditch triangle. Detailes released a week before the event.

www.thedeaddollsclub.com for more info


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