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Gladwin brothers to open first London pub

The Gladwin brothers, who are behind the Local and Wild restaurant group, are set to launch their first pub in London's Chelsea.

The Pig's Ear will serve seasonal British produce with a pub twist under the leadership of chef patron Oliver Gladwin and co-founder Richard.

It joins the brothers' portfolio of existing restaurants that offer the flavours of the countryside in central London, including the Shed in Notting Hill, Rabbit in Chelsea, Sussex in Soho and the Black Lamb in Wimbledon.

The pub will also source English wines from the family's own vineyard, Nutbourne in West Sussex.

The brothers launched the restaurant group with the opening of the Shed in 2012 and expanded it to six sites.

In 2022, the pair closed their Battersea restaurant Nutbourne after six years of operation, and in February this year, they also closed the Fat Badger in Richmond.