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3rd May 2016 10:23pm | By Editor
Meet East London’s hottest new hangout …
Smokey Tails, the cult ‘Beats & Eats’ pop-up created by DJ Seth Troxler, Wilderness festival co-founder Jo Vidler and flavour technician Jona Ahearne, will be taking up a permanent residence in the heart of East London at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen - after a series of residencies in Melbourne, Sydney, Miami & Amsterdam.
The 64 cover Smokey Tails restaurant will offer lazy lunch and Midwest weekend brunch options throughout the adjoining bar area of Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen. And weather permitting, the restaurant’s wooden decked sun terrace will play host to an outdoor BBQ brunch every Sunday, where guests can catch Seth and friends, grilling, catching rays, and sipping drinks.
Smokey Tails, known for its rich, deep, home styled BBQ flavours inspired by the home-cooked food Seth grew up with, invites you to experience what they are calling ‘Midwest modern’. They’ll be mixing the hearty family food they have become known for with sharing plates, exotic salad combos, insanely good sides, sumptuous deserts and carefully fashioned cocktails.
The dinner menu expands upon the pop-ups formula of dirty, delicious, finger-licking food that delves into Seth’s three generation old family recipe book, drawing on authentic Midwestern cuisine, and creating a new world of fresh feeling delicacies inspired by years journeying to far reaching corners of the globe.
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Monday - Friday: Lunch 12pm - 6pm // Dinner 6pm - 11pm
Saturday: Brunch 10am - 12pm // Lunch 12pm - 6pm // Dinner 6pm - 11pm
Sunday: Brunch 11am - 1pm // Lunch 1pm - 6pm // Dinner 6pm - 10pm
Smokey Tails, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, 2-4 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NU
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