Calling all J’s… “J is for January” at Made in Camden

Calling all J’s… “J is for January” at Made in Camden

 

Are you a James, Jerry or Julia? Perhaps you’re a Jones, Jackson or Johansson? If so, then Made in Camden has a New Year offer for you, as they declare “J is for January!”

If you have a first name or surname beginning with the letter J, come along any day during January 2011 for a complimentary half-pint of Camden Town Brewery Beer with every meal. Brewed by expert beer master Jasper Cuppaidge, these beers have been created a mere mile away from Made in Camden’s strikingly designed light-industrial bar, and are made using only the freshest ingredients to produce brilliant lagers, wheat beer, and pale ale.  Enjoy your free beer brewed by Jasper with a few dishes from the kitchen cooked by Josh, our Head Chef, and follow with one of our desserts from Jamie, our Pastry Chef.

With the offer extending to all those eating on the table, we expect North London’s Johns, Janes and Jennys will be very popular indeed.

Made in Camden is a neighbourhood restaurant, created with locals as much as audiences in mind and heavily steeped in local talent. Head Chef Josh Katz and Designer Michael Sodeau grew up in the area, while the bar is the only stockist of all of Camden Town Brewery’s beers. Situated at the front of the Roundhouse but with its own dedicated entrance, Made in Camden’s menu and drinks list has been devised to match the diversity and high quality of the work that appears on the stage next door. Head Chef Josh Katz has created a menu which echoes his prior experience at Ottolenghi, but treads its own distinctive path. Bountiful brunches, gorgeous cakes and tempting snacks supplement a vibrant lunch menu while dinner revolves around delectable and satisfying tasting plates.  All profits from this neighbourhood restaurant will be fed back into The Roundhouse Trust, supporting its artistic activities and work with 11-25s.

Terms and Conditions: Proof of name will be required. One half-pint per person per table for all those ordering a meal.

www.madeincamden.com 
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