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A Very Texan Thanksgiving | Bourbon & BBQ @ Texas Joe’s w/ Garrison Brothers

Texas Joes

For the very first time in London diners are invited to celebrate Thanksgiving the authentic Texan way at A Very Texan Thanksgiving. 

Garrison Brothers bourbon has partnered with Texas Joe’s restaurant to showcase  ‘the Texan way’ of slow-smoking turkey, chipotle glazing vegetables, adding jalapeños to cornbread and Texan-measures of bourbon. True to the tradition of celebrating ‘fall bounty’ the single priced menu of £40 per person is ‘all-you-can-eat’ including two Texas-sized shots of Garrison Brothers. 

The Hill Country Howdy with Garrison Brothers Single Barrel Bourbon is a delicious peach and peppercorn cocktail and the mix will be served separately to the bourbon so guests can choose to make the cocktail, try each individually or do both. Following the meal diners will be served a digestif of award-winning Garrison Brothers Straight Bourbon. Dishes in the menu are Smoked Turkey with Gravy, Bone Marrow Mash, Smoked Creamed Corn, Chipotle-Glazed Sweet Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole, Poblano Chorizo Cornbread Dressing and Pumpkin Pie.

Garrison Brothers is not only the first and oldest family-run distillery in Texas it is also the first to bring organic bourbon to the UK. Each wax sealed bottle is hand-signed and their Straight bourbon was named US Micro Whisky of The Year 2016 in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible for the second year running. The bourbon has a kick (but no burn) with hints of butterscotch and caramel that pair wonderfully with the slow-smoke of Texas Joe’s.

Please see below the image for further information about Garrison Brothers, Texas Joe’s and full event details.

If you would like further information on Texas Joes or Garrison Brothers
please do not hesitate to contact Krista Booker

A Very Texan Thanksgiving
Date: Thursday November 24th
Time: Dinner will be served in one sitting (7pm until 9pm) unless demand requires a second sitting (9.15pm until late).
Location: Texas Joe’s, 8-9 Snowfields, SE1 3SU

About Garrison Brothers
What makes Garrison Brothers special?
– It is extremely rare to find in London
– Sweet mash is used instead of sour mash meaning fresh organic grain is used every time. It’s a home-made sweet mash that is gently copper distilled once so you can taste the flavour of the grain. The reason for using the sweet mash is clearly explained by Dan Garrison: “If you were going to make the freshest coffee possible, you would not reuse the coffee grounds from yesterday’s batch, would you? That is what the sour mash process is: re-using your grain to save money. Kentuckians are a cheap lot!”.
– The heat in Texas creates more angel share losses and has resulted in a more concentrated and pure taste, which is what makes it taste so different from regular Bourbons. The caramel is intensified; a 3yr old Bourbon can only be compared to 6yr old Whisky.

About Texas Joe’s 

Texas Joe’s Slow Smoked Meats bring the spirit of Texas to Bermondsey and feature traditional BBQ meats done ‘the Texan way’, plus a separate honky-tonk bar complete with jukebox, whisky, and tequila. The menu is strictly a Texas affair with traditional meats and cuts prepared simply with a heavy dose of smoke, salt and pepper. Meats are slow smoked over English oak from London Log Company in a custom 500-pound capacity rotisserie which has been painted in the colours of the University of Texas in Austin and nicknamed BEVO.

Duke of York Square Upcoming Events

Duke Of York Square Logo

Congratulations to our Chelsea neighbours the Duke of York Square on their recent birthday celebrating 10 Years of Style.

The Cadogan estate has nurtured the square into an elegant destination in it’s own right housing luxury retailers, restaurants and of course the Saatchi Gallery.

With the winter months closing in we’re looking forward to supporting their events hosted to brighten up the festive season.

On Saturdays you can enjoy London’s finest produce at their weekly food market and this Saturday 18th October chocolate aficionados will be delighted by their specialist chocolate market hosting a range of decadent treats from artisan suppliers.

Spanish retailer Hoss Intropia is holding two more events for Fashion Fix Thursdays (6th November and 4th December) where you can shop new collections whilst trying delicious Spanish food from Hispania London (12-2pm).

Join crowds on Saturday 8th November to raise a glass to the beginning of the Christmas season with a magical mix of carol singers, roasted chestnuts and toffee apples at the Christmas Light Switch On. (3-5:30pm).

Twitter: @DOYSQ

Pencil Presents

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Fourteen Ten are helping to launch Pencil Presents, a new music project that gathers high calibre acts from across the world to create a visual and audio show. It is an event where audience and artists experience a night in unison.

There are no breaks between acts, no standing around, no waiting. This is a spontaneous event that develops and responds to the people inside the club.

Pencil Presents Creative Director Greg Batsleer has spent his career as a Music Supervisor bringing diverse music to life through his work with Jools Holland as well as Damon Albarn, Jamie Hewlett and Gavin Turk for Monkey: Journey To The West and collaborating with Mercury Prize-winning band Elbow and the Hallé Orchestra for their performance at the Manchester International Festival.

The event will be bursting with added extras: expect live percussion, musical experimentation, fire juggling, local artists, culinary delights and more as Pencil brings music to life every month in London.

Eric Ness
Norwegian new kid and his six-piece funk/folk band
Gabby Young and Other Animals
A unique and bold blend of music they call ‘Circus-Swing’
The Haggis Horns
“The best f*cking horn section in the world” says Mark Ronson
The Herbaliser
The unmistakable sounds of current !K7 jazz rap group

Batsleer says: “There are lots of gigs you can go to where you listen to a set and the audience is not involved in the creative process. You turn up, you listen, you leave. We want to play with the format that everyone accepts, we want to set up an environment where people can feel the music developing and remind them that music is a form of emotion.”

9pm to 4am
£16.50 eb/£19 adv/£22 otd
Entry from 00.30am onwards £10 otd
Tickets from Skiddle and SeeTickets
Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, EC2A 3PQ

Kate Garner @ Zebra Gallery

Fourteen Ten are excited to be working alongside Kate Garner who is launching her limited edition cushions alongside a series of iconic prints at the Zebra Gallery in Hampstead.

The exhibition is to celebrate her new online store opening this week.

The cushion collection follows on from her successful wallpaper series; The Hedonist Collection with Marchella di Angelis stocked at the V&A.

A show catalogue is available and includes various portraits of celebrities such as Kate Moss, Vanessa Paradis, Leigh Bowery, Bjork, Johnny Lee Hooker, Timothy Leary as well as her limited edition cushion designs.

e-mail if you would like to join us at the private view.

Bermondsey Bees @ Delfina

Bermondsey Bees Apiary

Fourteen Ten are working with Bermondsey based restaurant Delfina.

Delfina launched a honey based menu on the 11th October using Bermondsey Bees honey from an apiary in Bermondsey just 150 meters away from the restaurant; an exciting ingredient for head chef Stuart Dring who devises Delfina menus around carefully sourced seasonal and local produce.

The honey is cultivated by local beekeeper Dale Gibson who is exclusively providing Delfina with his spring harvest that produced a delicate and light elderflower scented nectar.

The local honey menu will be complimented by a photography exhibition of the bees including apiary, beekeeper and extraction process for customers to understand more about the process of urban beekeeping from bee to belly.

Diners can purchase raffle tickets with proceeds going to The Keeper’s Lodge project in Kennington: a community beekeeping and environmental project. Prizes include an overnight stay in a superior room for two at Bermondsey Square Hotel and a Honeybee Necklace donated by jewellery designer Alex Monroe whose new Bermondsey store is opening before Christmas. Alex Monroe attended the launch event to present his necklace with a short introduction on how and why he uses the honeybee design.

The Honey Menu
Available from the 11th Oct to the 11th Nov 2011

Bermondsey Honey, Fig and Shallot Tart
served with Hacienda Araucano Sauvignon Blanc, Chile, 2010

Braised Shoulder of Norfolk Pork with
Bermondsey Honey & Bramley Apple Gratin and Cider Jus
served with Les Salices Pinot noir Francois Lurton, France, 2010

Williams Pear and Vanilla Cheesecake with Bermondsey Honey Sorbet
served with Royal Tokaji Late Harvest, Hungary, 2009

Delfina, 50 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UD, 0207 564 2400
Tube: London Bridge
@DelfinaLondon    Delfina on facebook

Dale Gibson, Beekeeper and producer of Bermondsey Honey
“Delfina is the bedrock of Bermondsey Street’s burgeoning restaurant scene – but its innovation in using locally-sourced honey as an inspiration in its menus keeps it ahead of the pack. Here in SE1 we can genuinely use “food yards” to talk about the provenance of our ingredients, not “food miles”.”

Allison Girling, General Manager, Delfina
“Here at Delfina we think it is fabulous that someone is taking the initiative to keep bees in an urban area and to have the hives based on our very own street is even better! Dale does a wonderful job and runs his hives very responsibly. This years Spring honey is amazing with such a light floral flavour and we can’t wait for the next batch of delicious honey which we look forward to receiving from Dale’s hives in the Autumn.”

Stuart Dring, Head Chef, Delfina
“Cooking with this delicious honey is very inspiring and given the light lime and flower taste of the Spring batch we have to be careful not to overpower the flavour with other ingredients and just let the honey shine through! I hope diners feel we have achieved that with our unique Bermondsey honey menu. Enjoy!“

Put Me On It – Live 15/09

Put Me On It Flyer

Amelia Ideh’s excellent music blog Put Me On It is launching a new monthly live night (Put Me On It Live) starting on Thursday 15th Sept at The CAMP in Old Street.

The night is a combo of music, art, a pop up shop and cake.

Live band performing his new album from Dego
One woman band Tanya Auclair supporting
Resident DJ Eric Lau.
Mrs Mck and her Pudding Club from Relay Boutique are providing cake.
Sri McKinnon is launching her new art show ‘Mindscapes’ upstairs
United 80 selling vinyl and other treats in their pop up shop.

Find more info on Facebook and buy tickets here

70-74 City Road, EC1Y 2BJ
Old St Tube
£5 advance/ before 10pm, £7 after

Christmas & New Year’s Eve @ Camino


During December we are running special menus in the bar and restaurant of both our venues. In the restaurant there is a 3 course set menu with glass of Cava for £35 or a tapas set menu for £25. In the bar are we have tapas set menus for £12.50 / £17.50 / £25 per person.
Menus can be found here –

New Year’s Eve @ King’s Cross:
Theme: A Hat Party!
Hours: 8pm-4am
Capacity: 450
Music: Sam and The Womp – an 8-piece party band who perform a high energy combination of Balkan/Ska/Dub/Rave/Gypsy music sure to “get you dancing around like crazy”. DJ’s will support.
Price: £15 from November 15th – November 30th / £20 from 1st December onwards
Plus: Those who arrive before 10pm will get a £5 voucher to be spent at the bar.

New Year’s Eve at the Restaurant @ King’s Cross:
Package: Tickets for NYE party + 4 course menu + glass of Cava on arrival
Price: £60 advance reservations only (service included)
Menu: 4 courses – see below for full details (vegetarian option)

NYE @ Canary Wharf:
Package: Dinner & Dancing
Menu: 4 courses – see below for full details (vegetarian option)
Hours: 8pm – 2am
Music: DJ Molu – expect a diverse music selection including the best in Funk, World, Disco, Electro, House, Techno, Hip-Hop, Reggae and Dub
Price: £50 for 4 courses + glass of Cava on arrival

For further information please contact Krista Booker

Editors Notes:


Meat Option:
Jamón ibérico – Hand-carved acorn-fed ibérico ham with pan con tomate
Cangrejo – Potted Cornish crab with boffard biscuits
Falso canelón de espinacas – Tronchon cheese, spinach and romesco ‘fake’ cannelloni
Rape con almejas – Pan-roasted Cornish monkfish with clams in Tío Pepe sauce
Chuletón – Rib-eye steak matured 28 days served with piquillo pepper and truffle butter
Caminito de Jerez – ‘Baked in Heaven’ egg yolks with ginger ice-cream and Pedro Ximénez shot

Vegetarian Option:
Falso canelón de espinacas – Tronchon cheese, spinach and romesco ‘fake’ cannelloni
Sopa de alcachofas de Jerusalen – Jerusalem artichoke soup with poached egg and truffle oil
Verduras asadas – Grilled vegetable roularde of aubergine, piquillo peppers, onions and wild mushrooms
Potage de invierno – Winter vegetable bean stew
Arroz cremoso de hongos – Creamy Calasparra rice with ceps, shaved truffles and Valdeón blue cheese
Caminito de Jerez – ‘Baked in Heaven’ yolks with ginger ice-cream and Pedro Ximénez shot

King’s Cross Information:
3 Varnishers Yard
The Regent Quarter
King’s Cross
N1 9FD
Enquiries: 020 7841 7331
Tube: King’s Cross
Bus: 205, 215, 30, 476, 73, 17, 91, 259, 390, 46, 45

Canary Wharf Information:
28 Westferry Circus
E14 8RR
*We have a useful map on the website*
Enquiries: 020 7239 9077
Tube: Canary Wharf (Jubilee), Westferry Circus or Canary Wharf (DLR)
Bus: D3, D7, 135, 277 all go from Canary Wharf to Westferry
Thames Clipper: every 5 minutes until midnight, going east and west down the river

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