Here are a few dates where you will be seeing us and the Family collective over the next few weeks:
Friday 7th December 5pm-11pm – Christmas Grotto (347 Old Street, with Street Feast and Hit & Run)
Friday 14th December – 12-4pm / 7pm-11pm - Protein Christmas Market (Protein, 18 Hewett Street)
Friday 21st December 5pm-11pm - Christmas Grotto (347 Old Street, with Street Feast and Hit & Run)
… and every Thursday until Christmas at Sager & Wilde’s Wine Thursdays, 6pm-11pm at Bird & Ballard 84-86 Great Eastern Street.
Every Thursday up until Christmas you can find our F.A.T Pickles at Sager & Wilde’s ‘Wine Thursdays’. With the events, the duo are removing premium wines from their restaurant context and outrageous mark-ups, by rocking them out by the glass under £10. To soak it all up, there’s meat boards from Picco, cheese selections from Androuet, Sager & Wilde Cheese Sandwich (on E5 Hackney Wild) and pickles by F.A.T.
Expect to see new pickles every week, including Fennel, Chantarelles, Beetroot, Radicchio, Mangetout and Carrots.
Every Thursday at Bird & Ballard
84-86 Great Eastern St, 6-11pm
These look awesome. Thanks Alice!
A lil taster from our upcoming recipe column for New York / London food & culture magazine On Plate Still Hungry, coming up we’ve got Veggie Sesame Kimchi to Schezuan Dan Dan Hot Wings, Toasted Cumin Salt Radishes, Lobster Quesadillas, Egg Chips & Okra, Truffle Crisps to Beer-Kraut Fondue Supplis… coming soon, keep checking On Plate for daily stories!
We opened a bar last friday, but it’s not really a bar. It’s more of a party with really good music, good food and good drinks. We’ll be doing this more regularly from now on so stay tuned…
Photos by Xavier Girard Lachaine
We sold out of burgers and Daniel Johnston artwork in no time. It was good. You guys loved our Captain America slider, we gotta bring some more french dip love to London…?
Photos by Xavier Girard Lachaine
To say we’re excited about hosting legendary singer, songwriter and visual artist Daniel Johnston’s UK solo exhibition at our 18 Hewett Street space is an understatement. Having been on our dream list for shows to put on since we opened 18 Hewett Street over a year ago, we are very proud to announce the opening of The Daniel Johnston Show on Thursday 12th April, 2012.
In the run up to his sold-out gig at the Union Chapel, we’ll be showcasing 20 original, never before exhibited pieces, including personal notebook sketches and full colour works. The Daniel Johnston Show is open from the 12th – 22nd April, with everything available for sale. The show is curated by Freddie Janssen and Helen Ralli.
For the opening night on Thursday 12th April, we’ve invited Let’s Wrestle and Dark Bells to play DJ sets, and we will be doing Daniel Johnston inspired burgers.
Check out the menu below:
Captain America: French Dip, Cheese Sauce, Homemade Pickle and Beef Patty Slider
Casper the Friendly Ghost: Pulled Pork and Kimchi Slider
Jeremiah The Innocent: Veggie Patty with Parmesan Crisp Slider
Thanks to our friends at Beck’s we’ll also have free beers! Doors open at 7pm, hopefully see you then.
Exhibition running Thursday 12th April – Sunday 22nd April
Opening Night Thursday 12th 7pm-10pm
On Thursday March 15th Protein presented an overview of the findings and trends from its 2012 Audience Survey to a crowd of planners, marketers and brand managers at the 18 Hewett Street project space. We brought to life the report’s food and drinks section to give guests a taste of how we’ll be drinking and eating in 2012.
An evening exploring the changing world of booze, focusing on the craft of DIY alcohol via artisans of modern craft beer, wine and spirit creation – F.A.T served up a few awesome courses during Protein’s Alcohol Academy event. Product design grad from Design Academy Eindhoven Sabine Marcelis showed her Housewine Project – a device that lets you ferment and bottler your own wine at home. Ash Millard from The Southampton Arms ale and cider house in London told people about the history and finer points of small-scale beers, and Alex Kammerling made cocktails using his amazing ginseng-based spirit, Kammerling’s.
Drinks on the night were courtesy of Addie Chinn aka The Boiler-Maker and the good people over at London Fields Brewery.