One of several gastropub collaborations between chef Henry Harris (formerly of Racine, RIP) and James McCulloch (of Harcourt Inns) will open in Clerkenwell later this month. The duo has revived landmark public house The Coach (est. 1790) where Harris will showcase his blend of British and French cuisine.
Between Tuesday 16 January and Friday 19 January, book a table for lunch or dinner and receive 50% off your final bill. The offer extends to food and house wine; all other wines or drinks will be charged at full price.
Both the ground floor dining room and first floor dining room are open noon-3 pm for lunch and 6-10 pm for dinner. To arrange your table email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote ‘soft launch’.
The pub’s renovation pays tribute to its Dickensian heritage with features like the “bear garden” – so called because it was once used for animal fights – but is now festooned with lights and arched mirrors covered by ivy and shrubbery. Harris and McCulloch launched The Three Cranes in the City late last year and will jointly relaunch The Truscott Arms in Maida Vale as The Hero of Maida later this year.