Swish and stylish, modern development The Bower in Old Street houses happening drinkery The Draft House, and luring in a broad bunch of thirsty and hungry punters, this popular hotspot just oozes with atmosphere.
Split over two very differently designed levels, on the main floor The Draft House encapsulates an unpolished industrial feel with its characterful, unchanged Barbican architecture, featuring tall ceilings, space and raw, angular furnishings ideal for functions. Above however, its upstairs is decked out in comfy, yet contemporary timber and sprinkled with suede and tweed seating against natural hue tones, where you'll be in the height of harmony with cronies to crack open a few cold bottles of craft beer.
In terms of chow, come tummy-ready for a feast of British and American-inspired eats, which have been given a lil' twist to have those tastebuds truly tantalised. Complement your quench-worthy cocktail or pint of Pilsner Urquell with "Foot-long Scratchings", a "Pig & Hay Chorizo Scotch Egg", "The Poke Supreme Hamburger" or "The Monster Dog" to name but a few of the gorgeous grub in store.
A word from the chef:
Trademark bar tasters embellished with elaborate seasoned spins, The Draft House offers exquisite edible artistry blending both British and American bites.
|Full Venue Hire||Venue Hire||185||Min spends start from £2k||Min spends start from £3k|
Reply from The Draft House Old StreetHi Hoxton. I'm sorry you didn't enjoy your time with us. Our food is all freshly prepared, so I'm terribly sorry if yours was not up to scratch, we usually check back and would happily change something if not right, i'm sorry this didn't happen to you. I am unsure about the move away comments as I am not aware of a time when we have ever made such a request, or why we would say something like this? Can you email me firstname.lastname@example.org so I can look into this in more detail please. All the best, James
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