A former textiles factory is the setting for North London’s popular Jones & Sons British restaurant and cocktail bar. Hidden away near Gillett Square, it’s hard to believe that this chic and classy gem is just a stone’s throw from Dalston’s busy High Street.
The best of British
Serving modern British food and specialist cocktails, the restaurant features unique lighting sourced from a marine salvage specialist and, a magnificent 11 metre marble and rosewood bar. The restaurant is also set to open its new 60 seat courtyard this summer, which will feature sun shades and potted olive trees to provide the perfect space for alfresco dining. In addition to British favourites on the dinner menu such as lemon sole and lamb cutlets, Jones and Sons is fast becoming famous for its bottomless brunch which is served Friday through Sunday and includes brunch staples such as French toast, pancakes and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs.
Founded by Andy Jones, Richard Priestly and Milika Muritu, Jones and Sons is rapidly becoming the go-to restaurant for the Dalston area and was recently featured in the Top 3 of GQ’s Sunday Lunch Guide.
For those looking to impress on a first date, Jones and Sons is sure to do the trick. For an evening date, the restaurant’s combination of beautifully presented British food and oh-so-cool 70s music will ensure that you have plenty to talk about. For a more laid back date, Jones and Sons’ infamous bottomless brunch is a great way to break the ice - either in the trendy restaurant or, in the soon to be opened courtyard. The brunch option is also perfect for a fun and relaxed double date for those looking to date and catch up with friends in a cool and laid back environment. Be warned though, the bottomless brunch is hugely popular so make sure you book well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Fun but suitably grown up, Jones and Sons is just quirky enough to impress without looking like you’re trying too hard!
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