Pop­u­lar pub given a new lease of life

Middlesbrough Herald & Post - - HERALD & POST -

A POP­U­LAR coun­try pub has re­opened as a steak­house.

The Dog and Gun in Potto, near Hut­ton Rudby, has been taken over and be­come the Tom­a­hawk Steak­house.

Dubbed as a “spe­cial­ist coun­try restau­rant and bar”, the restau­rant will serve “the finest Hi­malayan salt dry aged steaks, York­shire Wagyu and other great lo­cal meat, fish and veg­e­tar­ian dishes”, ac­cord­ing to the Face­book page.

But al­though it is a new name for the area, you might be fa­mil­iar with the peo­ple be­hind the new ven­ture. Tom Stur­man and Andy Ab­bott are the two chefs be­hind the Sup­per­club Bros - a pop-up restau­rant which op­er­ates from Kirklev­ing­ton Vil­lage Hall once a month.

Tom and Andy have both come from ei­ther a Miche­lin or Rosette-ac­cred­ited restau­rant back­ground. And peo­ple are al­ready get­ting ex­cited about the duo’s new of­fer­ing - with sev­eral peo­ple com­ment­ing on the restau­rant’s Face­book page.

Pic­tures shared on the site have also been well­re­ceived.

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