Deep in Dalston you’ll find this old Victorian textile factory that now houses Jones and Sons. Andy Jones used to manage the Cat and Mutton back in its late-night lock-in, tabletop-dancing heyday so we know we can expect great things from his new solo venture.
His new gaff is a stripped back affair and word on the street is that it’s less about wild shenanigans and more of a relaxed eatery with a cracking back bar. The wine menu has been handpicked by the staff and features a decent selection of reds and whites, with the house setting you back less than £15 a bottle. All ales are London brewed and include Meantime, uber-local Beavertown Brews from Duke’s Brew & Que and The Kernel Sure. They also make a mean Bloody Mary, but it’s the bang-on brunch and the Sunday roasts you’ll be coming here for really.
If you’re looking to inject some booze into your breakfast then we recommend adding tequila to your fresh grapefruit juice, otherwise a Monmouth coffee with a Grand Marnier on the side will do the job. Open until midnight and attracting the same loyal crew that used to make the Cat so riotous, we can’t imagine it'll be short of after-dinner antics.