Slick, clean cut and effortlessly stylish, The Jones Family Project is a versatile restaurant and bar with a regularly rotating pop-up dining space. Favourites from the Josper grill are joined by a wine list of over 100 bottles, as well as cocktails and local beers.
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The Jones Family Project
78 Great Eastern StreetEC2A 3JLLondonEC2A 3JL
The blaring Mary J Blige was as abrasive as the luxe Aesop exfoliating hand wash in the bathroom. A Nice touch though, to throughly clean ones hands after all that high 5'ing you tend to do with those silicone workers at meetings on Old St.
Despite the hairy Mary blarey, music, it was a good job I like to be received with pumping sounds, I like 90's RnB. However downstairs the reception is a...more
Another 4 for £16 cocktail deal from timeout. Hadn't heard of this place before then. Bf and I decided to go after work on a Thursday. Easy to book via email with friendly reply. A little walk from Liverpool Street but easy to find on main road.
Friendly welcome in spacious upstairs. Asked to move to window seat with quirky sofa which was fine by them. They explained the reduced cocktail menu...more
Everything was so perfect here and we (my fiancé and I) had such an amazing night here, that I really don't know where to start.
We were celebrating 1 year of being engaged (any excuses for a cocktail!) and settled on Jones Family Project because it was easily reachable for both us from work. I had made a reservation a few weeks before and that was followed up by an email from them a few...more
The Jones Family Project is an amazing and wonderful discovery!
PandaPay ran a trial a week ago, and I haven't stopped recommending the place to all my friends since.
When you enter at street level, it just looks like chilled out bar with for a place to enjoy some fine wine with a few snacks.
BUT, you must go downstairs to engage the true experience of the Jones Family Project. The...more
I'm shocked that I haven't reviewed JFP before, because it's a go-to spot in my list of amazing London restaurants. In fact, the girlfriend and I often have to force ourselves to try new things sometimes just so we don't keep coming here (especially on Sunday mornings).
JFP is in the heart of Shoreditch and somehow both has a hipster like vibe (with it's wooden benches and epic artwork) and...more