Post-industrial greys and zingy lemon tones, 80s-style graphics, a menu displayed on an old cinema marquee, and street food served through a hatch cut out of a trompe l’oeil 1950s Citroën van set the scene at this funky Smithfield bar and diner. Order Moosehead Pale Ale, Dixie or Lonestar with a cornet of popcorn fresh from a retro counter-top toaster; otherwise, reasonably priced Italian Merlot appears on a basic wine list, and if you fancy a cocktail, there's espresso martini or maple old-fashioned. ‘Slow meat’ is what to eat: pulled pork in brioche with slaw and fries or brisket with chilli and guacamole, perhaps. Alternatively, take the ‘hot’ route with BBQ wings (eight for £10.95), dogs and falafel wraps served roadside in paper cartons and containers. The soundtrack can be programmed via a special app on your mobile phone.
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