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Brief Published: 8 Oct 2012

House of Wolf


House of Wolf – founded by British trio Jennifer Anderson-Mann, Damian Frizzell and Matt Damian – is an experiential space dedicated to the jovial pursuits of dining, drinking and entertainment.

Housed in a converted three-storey Victorian lair in London’s trendy Islington, House of Wolf features a restaurant, cocktail bar and music hall. The venue will host a varying programme of events, including literary salons, workshops, fun-filled parties and entertaining showcases.

The restaurant will feature a permanent series of monthly pop-up chef residencies, highlighting the UK’s most talented chefs. October sees artist and conceptual chef Caroline Hobkinson collaborate with phycology professor Charles Spence to create a five-course, multi-sensory banquet for £45 per head.

Perrin says: “A lot of the population don’t get to experience dining like this. But if you look at the pop-up movement, it shows that people are really hungry for these one-off experiences.”

House of Wolf