Set in Shoreditch, The Holy Birds is a '60s-style restaurant and basement bar. The latest venture by the Calabrese brothers - the pair responsible for The Hoxton Pony and Wringer & Mangle - have involved their father, legendary barman Salvatore Calabrese to come up with a cocktail list straight from the swinging '60s, think lots of Babycham.
The ground floor restaurant serves poultry dishes from birds such as chicken, grouse, duck, wood pigeon, quail and pheasant, all cooked on a wood-fired BBQ. The venue has a total capacity of 580 covers across the two floors, as well as two private dining rooms to hire out.
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The Holy Birds is a poultry restaurant serving meats such as chicken, pigeon and grouse.
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