Deans traditional shop blinds have been installed at The Grazing Goat sophisticated pub, hotel and restaurant in New Quebec Street, Central London. The blinds are in an attractive grey and white bold block stripe and the location of this venue means there has been no requirement for additional graphics as there is a significant client trade from the local area. The hard wood awning boxing and front laths are painted in grey to match the fabric; this is achieved with the use of environmentally sound water-based paint, to blend in with the traditional facia. All metal work for the awning has been produced by our technicians in our London Factory and are entirely in keeping with this traditional Victorian style of public house. The cast iron and steel components are powder coated black in our works to give a robust long lasting finish. A pull down pole for simple operation has been provided and full client training ensure total safety in use. Whilst the Deans traditional shop blinds style of awning is one of the strongest on the market it is still important for clients to be aware that in very strong winds all awnings must be retracted.
The Grazing Goat is an up market public house and hotel located within Portman Village on New Quebec Street, just off Portman Square, minutes away from Oxford Street and Marylebone. The name of the pub relates from history where the land was used to graze goats due to the first Lady Portman being allergic to cows and their milk. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is served in the ground floor and first floor dining rooms; offering classic British cuisine using fresh ingredients with seasonal menus based on traditional and modern recipes. There are a choice of beers and guest ales, together with a large selection of wines and Champagnes. The Grazing Goat is a country house style pub and hotel set over six floors featuring open fireplaces, oak floors and solid oak bars.