Traditional shop blinds and traditional food go hand in hand with Deans long standing relationship with this renowned restaurant situated right opposite the famous Smithfield Meat Market. Manufactured by us in our London factory this fabulous run of six Deans traditional shop blinds are in a dramatic all black finish with the bold red SMITHS logo printed on to each canopy providing a bold graphic statement. Deans traditional shop blinds are one of the external blinds recommended by many councils in their planning documentation as being suitable for installation on high street sites, particularly where there are historical connections. Please ask one of our designers if you need any advice about how to prepare a planning application for your shop blinds as we have a wealth of experience in this area.
Smiths been serving up the best of British free-range meat, butchered in house, since 2000. Their Grade II listed building spans 4 floors, a café, Craft beer bar, Dining Room & a top floor terrace restaurant. Each floor brings a unique seasonal menu with a focus on British meat as well as a distinct style complete with open spaces, blasted brickwork and large windows with views of the City.
Meat has been traded at Smithfield Market for more than 800 years, making it one of the oldest markets in London. A livestock market occupied the site as early as the 10th century. The present Smithfield meat market on Charterhouse Street was established by Act of Parliament in 1860. The large market with permanent buildings was designed by architect Sir Horace Jones, who also designed Billingsgate and Leadenhall Markets. Work on the Central Market, inspired by Italian architecture, began in 1866 and was completed in November 1868.