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Saturday, February 18, 2017

The Big Easy

The Big Easy is chain of Southern-American style restaurants, with three branches in London. The first Big Easy opened on the Kings Road, Chelsea, in 1995, and since two more have opened, in Covent Garden and Canary Wharf.

The Big Easy.
The Big Easy Canary Wharf - https://www.instagram.com/bigeasylondon

The Big Easy was inspired by the American Gulf Coast's crab shacks and BBQ joints. It successfully mimics the feel of these places, with an easy-going atmosphere, frequent live music and generous portions of fantastic food.

Lobster is one of their specialities, which they have flown in from Nova Scotia, where they are caught, three times a week. They also have specially designed tanks in their Covent Garden branch designed to house roughly 2000 live lobsters so they are as fresh as possible.

The Big Easy.
Lobster at the Big Easy - https://www.instagram.com/bigeasylondon

There is live music at all three London branches, seven days a week. The Big Easy has a list of musicians that frequently play at the restaurants, the majority of whom are blues artists, which includes Andy Walton, Neil Nicolas, James Cook and Clayton Moss, amongst several others.

The Big Easy.
Live music at the Big Easy - https://www.instagram.com/bigeasylondon

The Big Easy locations:

Covent Garden Branch
12 Maiden Lane,
London
WC2E 7NA

Phone: 0203 728 4888
Transport: Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line)

Canary Wharf Branch
Park Level,
Crossrail Place,
Canary Wharf
E14

Phone: 0207 532 4071
Transport: Canary Wharf (DLR)

Kings Road Branch
332-334 Kings Road,
London,
SW3 5UR

Tel: 0203 841 8844
Transport: Sloane Square (District and Circle Lines), Fulham Broadway (District Line)

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