Keeping up his marvellous business record........................
Jobs have been saved after the two bar and restaurants at 55 Degrees North were sold out of administration
Did a couple of work events at antler and spoke and met up with him in depth about our requirements for the event and must say it was very poor on the night.
Antler was booked for a different do so we were upstairs in Fat Buddha. On the night they couldnt have messed it up more if they tried.
Ran out of wine glasses so started serving wine in tumblers. the food we asked to be scattered about and instead was plonked on one table so everyone other side of the venue got nothing to eat....added to this we asked for all food to be labeled which they didnt and instead a muslim colleague ended up taking a bite into a pork related canape im sure (sure a veggie also bit into a meat style spring role). Overall was shocking for the money paid.
In most business a comment like that would get you a disciplinary.Never want to see a business go under and I have no idea as to his business skills
He didn’t half go on like a dickhead however (hows the puppies?) and some of his twitter stuff was just embarrassing
I'm sure I heard someone praise him for that recently, it could have been Quinny on his recent podcasts, which made me slightly change my mind on him, but then remembered from a club perspective they weren't that lucrative.To be fair, he done a very good job of bringing some top bands to the SOL from a punters perspective. Comes as a surprise those ran at a loss/not much profit to the club given the profile.
He then managed to blag a Wembley job from that which is probably a canny step up and didn’t last long. Antler didn’t impress me one bit on my one and only visit.
As a punter we’re not that arsed though, they must have made some money as the current two penny pinching owners did mention they wanted them back on.I'm sure I heard someone praise him for that recently, it could have been Quinny on his recent podcasts, which made me slightly change my mind on him, but then remembered from a club perspective they weren't that lucrative.