I was talking to my son today about a vertically integrated restaurant I had been to in London that produced its own game.
It had been several years since I had been there and I was having trouble remembering its name and exactly where it was located.
Our conversation came about because we have a local restaurant chain headquartered here that raises its own dairy cows and beef that it sells in its stores.
I then remembered the London restaurant’s name – Rules.
Rules serves game grown on its privately owned Lartington Estate (farm).
In addition to being a vertically integrated restaurant, it may also be the world’s oldest vertically integrated restaurant because Rules is the oldest restaurant in London.
Rules was established in 1798.
I found Rule’s location in Google but was surprised to find the funky characters below displayed above their Local Business Listing.
A second search wasn’t able to reproduce the same error.