A trendy restaurant bar in Dalston, Jones & Sons is located in an old Victorian textile factory; an understated space where everything is in the details. A lot of effort went into designing this venue, wanting to stay true to the buildings industrial heritage, incorporating commercial maritime salvage, while getting influences from post war Danish design.
Out back is the bright open-plan kitchen with a large char-grill as centrepiece. The main room has a 5.2 metre marble-toped oak bar to compliment the hand picked mid-century Scandinavian furniture. Lights sourced from a maritime salvage specialist in Exeter gives a personal touch and hints to the time and dedication that has gone into the planning of Jones & Sons.
Offering quality, well-made British food, they want to create a space for people to "meet, eat and relax" in a modern setting. All meat comes from local Well Street Butchers; the thick meat is perfectly cooked, served with delicately prepared vegetables. Rich coffee is also expertly made from a beautiful vintage Faema machine, and the wine list is hand selected, in accordance to their attention to detail.