This month in Premier Hospitality 5.6 – Please click here to read
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we take a look at Sosharu; we delve into The Bootlegger; and we tuck into Stock Burger Co.
The Social Company has launched its seventh London restaurant with the opening of Sosharu, a Japanese izakaya-style venue situated within the Turnmill Building on Clerkenwell Road. Sosharu is a collaboration between Jason Atherton and Executive Head Chef Alex Craciun, who has worked within The Social Company for four years, previously sous chef at Pollen Street Social. Totalling around 500 sq ft on basement and ground floor level, this venue continues Jason Atherton’s concept of keeping dining and drinking a social event, playing on the word ‘social’ which is pronounced ‘sosharu’ in Japanese.
Meanwhile, The Bootlegger, London’s newest, prohibition-inspired drinking den, is now open for illicit consumption in the financial heart of the capital. Located on Lime Street (hidden between a locksmith and a restaurant) and celebrating the glamour of the speakeasy, The Bootlegger brings America’s roaring twenties into sharp focus. The intimate bar launched in November 2015. Exposed brickwork, period flooring and copper-wire lighting form the backdrop for the drinking den, while the eclectic furniture, vintage fittings, period photography and secret props transport drinkers to the dark, underground world of prohibition decadence.
And finally, situated in vibrant Brighton, Stock Burger Co. is the new destination diner presenting the perfect marriage between delicious burger and craft beer, all topped off with a stunning coastal view. Promising flavoursome food with only UK-reared Glenarm Shorthorn beef sourced from farms that Stock Burger trusts, this place really does deliver. Situated next to the Holiday Inn, the new restaurant has replaced what was formerly a rarely used breakfast room, now presenting a transformed venue with a flourishing concept and stylish interior design.
In addition to this selection of great projects, this month’s issue places the spotlight on interior design specialists, Innex Design – this month’s cover feature.
With all this and more, it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality.