A Diner’s Wonderland – Arrive to the sounds of the 1970s juke box and enjoy bottomless booze, followed by a 3 course brunch accompanied by vintage sounds music played from vinyls. Obligatory dessert and free refills included!!
Brunch - not quite breakfast, not quite lunch – has been greatly improved by the addition of free refills on daytime-appropriate bubbly and cocktails. The boozy brunch has snuck its way into the cultural routine for big-city living, now fortnightly on Saturday at The Elmore Jam, this time delivered by Hana from Pickled Plates team which celebrate creative, seasonal British food, all locally and responsibly sourced.
PLAY YOUR OWN VINYL and share your passion to music at EJ! Not only for DJs - bring your own from home or play ours. Let's brunc...
House Rules: ENJOY!
New versions of The Jam are coming; stay tuned, alternative dining experiences, wine tastings, food n drink courses, incredibly sociable pop-ups, Church on Sunday brunch service, mews pizza and there has always been music so how about exclusive album listenings? - Lots to look forward to.
New supper clubs are arriving - watch this space below for our latest events ...
The Elmore Jam started out as a unique supper in the home of Nick Atkins on Elmore Street, right on the border of Islington with Hackney. His supper clubs always included live music, mostly a jazz trio making things very lively while a carousel of tremendously diverse and innovative chefs served excellent food. Creating a social stage to meet new people was an important ingredient and very often his open and inviting home full of artwork and music business memorabilia presented a ‘through the keyhole’ experience that would stimulate conversation with gourmet food presenting center stage under some very hot stage lamps. Being the entertainment officer has always come easily to Nick who loves to host.
Nick has a new home in Leytonstone where we’ve had fun trying to fit everything in. The house is going to be completely redeveloped at some point over the next couple of years and so of course meantime we should have some supper clubs over there.
We also have a strong tie with Italian bakery Spianata in More London which is in London Bridge - More London is the funniest name for a street surely!*! Anyway it’s spitting distance from the river Thames and we look forward to bringing some tasty Italian food to this street over the coming months.