Address: 336 Coldharbour lane, Brixton, SW9 8QH.
Contact number: 02073260643
Following the success of their drinks consultancy, ‘Salts of the Earth,’ Chris Edwards and Dave Tregenza are proud to introduce ‘The Shrub & Shutter,’ a restaurant and cocktail bar open since Sept 2014 at 336 Cold Harbour Lane in Brixton.
We’re serving up an innovative menu of modern british cuisine alongside an exciting drinks programme made up of fresh bespoke cocktails and our own takes on classics created with local, seasonal and homemade ingredients.
Winners of Brixton’s Best Bar (Time Out ‘Love London’ Awards) and Open Table Diners award (2015)
NEWS: First Aid Box, our new cafe and cocktail bar in Herne Hill is open! Click here for more info
monday – closed
tuesday 5pm – closing late
wednesday 5pm – closing late
thursday 5pm – closing late
friday 5pm – closing late
saturday 5pm – closing late
Sunday – Closed
Dinner reservations only.
Book for dinner via our OpenTable link below
Or, for reservations of 6+ guests, please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Groups of 6 and under, walk ins only. (First come first served!)
Large groups for drinks only (6+), please email us on the above address to check availability.
No room hire charge, minimum spend applies.
Back room seats a maximum of 40 for dinner, or 100 for standing (canapés available)
Front Bar has a capacity of 20 max (standing room) for drinks only
Whole venue hire also available.
Previous events include birthdays, wedding dinners, photo shoots and as a filming location.
Email us for more information at email@example.com
Thank you to all who attended our Teeling Whiskey Night. What fun we had!
We have some exciting events on the horizon for Winter 2016 , including our brand new menu (sample below) from chef Borja Sanchez, who will be taking his talents over to our sister restaurant and cocktail bar First Aid Box for November 2016.
From Oct 26th we have Tem Ban Thai pop-up running our kitchen!
See our events page for a sample menu.
In time honoured fashion, the soul of Mr Dave Tregenza was lost to the Devil following the discovery of rock n’ roll. Forsaking classical training in both piano and cello for the bass guitar, Dave hit the road with his band only moments after hearing Sticky Fingers for the second time.
Notoriety brought the band to London, but it was in-between expansive, globe-spanning tours that Dave discovered his natural aptitude for cocktail conception whilst tending bar at the much-lauded Northbank restaurant. After an invitation from GM Chris Edwards, Dave defected to the Drake & Morgan camp where he made his name as in house innovator, bar manager and co-conspirator to his new creative partner. Now forming one half of Salts of the Earth, the worldly ambition of this travelling music “cocktail” maker is limited only by the scope of your imagination
Ever the experimentalist, Mr Edwards traversed the many roads necessary before calling himself a man. After fingering his way from the fretless neck of a double bass to the Fin de siècle institutions of fine art and design, Chris found work in the cavernous vaults of a subterranean private-members club beneath the Strand, and was submerged forever in the sea of hospitality.
A restless appetite for creativity and expression helped pave his way to Drake & Morgan, for whom Chris travelled to the far reaches of the globe in search of inspiration for the innovative cocktail lists he and Mr Tregenza would design for them. Now forming one half of Salts of the Earth, the worldly ambition of this travelling tincture-tailor is limited only by the scope of your imagination.
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