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Two Lights, 28-30 Kingsland Road, E2

Where: Two Lights, 28-30 Kingsland Road, E2

When: October

The Clove Club began its life as a supper club thought up by Daniel Willis, Isaac McHale and Johnny Smith. The actual restaurant opened in 2013 in the enviable location of Shoreditch Town Hall and since then the founders have gone on to produce Luca, a well-received Italian eatery in the City.

Their third venture will see them joined by chef Chase Lovecky (former head chef at the Clove Club) and will take them back to their roots in Shoreditch. The restaurant will occupy the former site of Amici Mei and will offer “modern American cuisine” with dishes like Hereford beef tartare with togarashi; grilled mackerel, cherries, and black olives; and lemon sole, charred tomatoes, and seaweed.

The vibe is supposed to be less formal than the previous two restaurants by this group, adopting more of a neighbourhood joint feel.

Their third venture will see them joined by chef Chase Lovecky (former head chef at the Clove Club) and will take them back to their roots in Shoreditch.

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Shoreditch

Shoreditch is now one of the trendiest areas of London. A far cry from its Victorian slums’ heritage, Shoreditch is now home to a wealth of cool bars and hip restaurants jotted up and down its maze of small streets and main roads.

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