Our restaurants are housed in a variety of interesting and often historic or listed buildings and some new modern architecture – with striking features such as ornate high ceilings, panoramic windows and beautiful wooden floors.
Our restaurant in Bristol is housed in a building that has served as the city’s museum, art gallery and the University dining rooms. It is modeled on the Doge’s Palace in Venice.
Browns in Mayfair was originally a gentleman’s and military outfitters frequented by Winston Churchill. It retains many attractive features including four fitting rooms converted into private dining rooms.
In Butlers Wharf we are next to Tower Bridge with stunning views over the Thames and some of London’s most magnificent architecture.
Browns in Windsor also has delightful views of the river across to Eton and views of the Castle from its mezzanine and an extensive terrace to watch the world go by while enjoying al fresco dining.
St Georges Square is the ‘best address’ in Glasgow and Browns occupies No. 1 in the beautifully converted former General Post Office building.
We converted the awe inspiring Athenaeum in Manchester that occupied the former Parrs Bank with all of its opulent marbled walls and offices.