Cheers to an award-winning pub, the new Head Chef at Hencote Vineyard Estate and a special pop-up restaurant to celebrate British Food Fortnight.
Congratulations to The Old Joint Stock, in Birmingham city centre, which has scooped Town Pub of the Year by the 2019 Good Pub Guide. The guide said: “With its lively atmosphere, flamboyant interior, all-day popular food and even its own theatre, the Old Joint Stock in Birmingham is our Town Pub of the Year 2019.”
In the run up to the October opening, Hencote Vineyard Estate has revealed more details about their new restaurant. Diners will be able to enjoy a carefully curated menu of southern-European and international inspired sharing plates, created by Head Chef Trystan Ross-Williams (previously Senior Sous Chef at Murano by Angela Hartnett).
From Thursdays – Sundays, the restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner. In addition to the dining space complete with an Italian rotary pizza oven and an open-fire charcoal grill, the restaurant will also feature a large terrace that overlooks the 17-acre vineyard and a beautifully appointed wine bar.
Grab a ticket quick for a special dinner that celebrates local producers and seasonal ingredients. Coventry chef Sophie Hyam is hosting a British Food Fortnight Pop-up Restaurant on Saturday 6th October in the city. With a glass of British fizz on arrival and three course dinner with ingredients sourced from a local butcher, fishmonger and the city centre market. Click on the link for full menu details and ticket bookings on Eventbrite www.eventbrite.co.uk/british-food-fortnight-dinner