Decks And The City – Thursday 25 February – 2ND ANNIVERSARY PARTY
What an amazing way to end January. Business banking analyst Jay A got things off to a distinctly soulful start playing a flawless set that kept the after work crowd in a jovial mood. As bankers rubbed shoulders with Shoreditch-based tech whizzkids, feet were tapped as platters of nachos and pulled beef were shared in a convivial atmosphere. Young pretender, Huckleberry Spin’s debut performance went down a storm. Expertly mixing using a controller he treated the punters to real variety of tracks from Dimitri from Paris remixes to Rachel Row’s “Follow the Step”.
This month DATC celebrates its second anniversary and to mark the occasion will welcome another new House aficionado keen to spread the love. Johnny El who works in a construction consultancy by day will make his debut appearance. He will be joined by, the wonderfully talented, Conor McGovern, who returns by popular demand. We can’t wait! Come and celebrate with us.
A word from the chef:
Gourmet Gorditas-Gourmet Gorditas was started by Santiago and Pedro, two authentic and unique Mexicans who wanted to bring something authentic and unique from their homeland to London. Gorditas are hand-made flatbreads stuffed with different kind of fillings, a type of street food that's incredibly popular in the north of Mexico (where Santiago was born and raised), but has yet to be discovered by most Londoners. Gourmet Gorditas are the very first (and so far the only) place making gorditas in London, and after only a few months trading in Brick Lane, award-winning food blogger Chris Osburn named them one of the best street food places in Shoreditch: http://tikichris.com/2017/03/04/city-stories-point-a-street-food/#more-28032 Santiago and Pedro have created recipes that take inspiration from authentic Mexican dishes, but have given them a 'foodie' spin by using the best locally-sourced gourmet ingredients. They're life partners as well as business partners, so their company is a family affair, a life-long dream of Santiago's which together they've made a reality. If you've not heard of Burger bear by now.... Where have you been? Launched in 2012 on the street, Burger Bear can be found serving up one of London's best burgers to a sound track of disco beats all across London. Burger Bear Tom, brainchild, behind the Bear created bacon jam and makes some of the best Mac & Cheese balls you'll ever eat. Moving from street food to venues, he now has a spot in Peckham, The Magic Roundabout on the top of Old Street Station and Stokey Bears, in, you've guessed it Stoke Newington. This winter, he is holding up the reins at The Horse and Groom pub where you'll find him cooking up creative interpretations of classic American dishes with Great British ingredients. Inspired dishes to keep you felling warm inside this Christmas. There'll also be some XXXmas classics on the menu too!
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