Brooklyn-style Bell & Hubbard comes to London’s ‘Midtown’

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Soho House will launch a new restaurant at London’s latest ‘Midtown’ hotel, The Hoxton Holborn, this week – Brooklyn-style grill Hubbard & Bell. The 95-cover restaurant, café and bar takes its name from Alexander Graham Bell and his wife Mabel Gardiner Hubbard, as the Grade II building was formerly BT headquarters.

Head chef Tim Fuller, previously of Shoreditch House Fifth Floor and Pizza East Portobello, has created a menu of ‘family-style’ sharing plates focusing on cuisine from New York’s Italian and Jewish communities. As one might expect from an American all-day dining room there are plenty of grilled and smoked meats on the menu, and Hubbard & Bell also boasts the kitchen appliance ‘du jour’ – the Robata grill.

As well as steaks expect to find patty melts, burgers, sourdough pancakes, smoked salmon bagels and peanut butter and jelly ice cream. The bar serves a number of Brooklyn-inspired cocktails, American wines and craft beers.

The Hoxton Holborn hotel will also contain Soho House’s fourth Chicken Shop site in the basement and Cheeky parlour next door.

 

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