“After years of perfecting the slow dining and elevated experiences at Bistecca, The Gidley and The Rover – we’re going off script at Alfie’s by offering the same high-quality food and booze but fast-paced and full of action,” says James Bradey, co-founder and director of Liquid and Larder.
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London really does have something for everyone and it seems to have burst back from COVID-19 with renewed energy. The best venues tap into London’s rich history and connection to place.
“It’s these questions that have caused us anxiety; indecision that what we are doing is correct and casting doubt over our ambitions. We are not the first people to redo a venue, and most certainly won’t be the last, but we have found this process extremely challenging.” – James Bradey
Personally, I struggle to stay still so lockdown sucks for me. But what I’ve tried to focus on is keeping myself active and engaged with my friends and colleagues.
“I don’t care about awards, who the chef is or how fancy the fit-out looks. The first thing I look for is ‘do they do what they say on the tin’?”
Liquid & Larder’s Group Bar Manager will be on service across the venues to lead the way to ensure all guests are enjoying world class drinks. “The role isn’t just about making great drinks but more importantly it’s setting high standards and helping your team achieve them” said Dean Simpson, Group Operations Manager.
Catch up with yesterday’s Facebook Live chat with some of the country’s leading operators telling their frontline stories of Coronavirus
The much-anticipated opening of the Wild Rover, after a couple of setbacks, is finally here. Opening at the end of next week, the two-level bar from James Bradey and Warren Burns (owners of Grandma’s) will hold 120 people, with the same drinks and food across both levels — downstairs it’s expected will be a quieter affair, and upstairs, with a plan down the track to have live music, is expected to be a little more boisterous.