The South West's first dedicated Craft beer bar, serving draft ale and pizza as well. Features include a water-tower styled keg dispense on the back bar and bespoke wallpaper of 60's American beer coasters with a few rogue 'Beerd' logo imitations.
Grillstock smokehouse in Bath is the second restaurant for the organisers of the popular barbecue festivals. Set in an old railway arch lined with corrugated iron that adds to the venue's character.
A venue serving a fusion of South-African / Deep South wood-fired barbecue food including smoke infused cocktails. A unique dockside setting enhanced with festoon lights and open braziers.
A popular suburban London pub in a handsome former bank. The bureau styled bar with cashiers inspired gantry playfully reintroduces the bank theme.
A new destination bar and restaurant for the ancient market town hotel in Shaftesbury. The finished scheme creates a relaxed yet refined all-day space for visitors and residents alike.
The Bristol venue for the renowned TV cook and 'real food' campaigner's canteen had to use materials of the highest ethical value. The listed church-hall's original features were uncovered from their concealment within a 90's building society.
An all-day venue inside Bristol's iconic live music and event space, the Colston Hall. Reclaimed industrial lighting and vintage school chairs give a lived-in feel that combines with a clean Scandinavian narrative of the bar construction.
The first smokehouse for the organisers of the popular barbecue and music festival. the large sharing table maximises covers and echos the cheek-by-jowl festival experience.
An industrial American themed venue to match the menu for this fashionable London suburb bar.
A refinement of the original Graze chophouse concept, to elevate the experience in line with the new brand values established at Bath. Feature details are bandsawn oak wall planking, cast concrete Hungarian tiles and butchers imagery.