Butchery by day, wine bar by night. A concept that may seem odd, but when conceived in the bromance of Andy Fenner and David Cope, turned out to be a match made in the tipsy foodie-hipster heaven.
Your vegetarian friends might feel slightly uncomfortable as they walk down the entrance steps to the view of the deliberate carnivore going on in the butchery walk-in fridge display, but in knowing Frankie Fenner Meat Merchants, we can be sure that these animals were happy and ethically treated. So, it’s with a clean conscience you come here to pick up your favorite top-quality rare cuts of beef, lamb, pork, duck and chicken, or just to indulge in their daily selection of damn delicious meat dishes.
On the opposite side of the room, get ready for a journey of wine-tasting sensation. With David, the wine-ninja, and his Danish side-kick, Kristian, behind the bar, you can expect to be introduced to interesting varietals that will surprise even the most sophisticated of palettes. The selection changes constantly and similarly to the meat, most of the wines are sustainably cultivated, natural and made with pride. Complement with a tapas platter of cured meat, a selection cheeses and olives.
Everything about Publik is real, honest and simple, making it the perfect chill spot for when you want to kick back over a few glasses of goodness, some tasty meat and hours of unpretentious conversation.