Bradley Green

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Bradley Green
Bradly Green
Bradly Green
Born (1981-05-25) May 25, 1981 (age 40)
Bow, London
🏡 ResidenceGoffs Oak, Hertfordshire
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
Food PR and the founder of Green’s Steakhouse & Grill
👩 Spouse(s)Hannah
👶 ChildrenMax, Lewis

Bradley Green (May 25, 1981) Born in Bow, London, is the son of British guitarist Mick Green.[1][unreliable source?][2][3][unreliable source?]

Green is a former food PR and the founder of Green’s Restaurants & Bars which has an iconic destination restaurant in Southgate, North London, ranked at number three on GQ Magazine’s “Top London Nights Out”, [4][non-primary source needed][5][user-generated source?][6]

History and Achievements[edit]

Green grew up in Hainault, Essex where he was expelled from school at the age of 14 for throwing a chair at a teacher. He attended Caterham High School, Clayhall, but on the day of his GCSE’s went to Camden Market to sell baseball caps. He left school with no qualifications. He began his entrepreneurial activities in school by purchasing packets of crisps from Safeway and selling during the 11 am school break, the only period where the school tuck shop was closed.

Business career[edit]

At Age 16, Green took a job as a door-to-door double-glazing salesperson working on commission only, and he later joined a tailoring company in Aldgate, London.

Seeing an opportunity at the age of 20, he negotiated a deal between a tailor and a cloth merchant and left his job to sell his brand of suits.

At Age 25, he sold his clothing company for an undisclosed sum and set up as a freelance PR consultant being taken on by Mayfair Venue ‘Il Bottaccio’. It was in this role in 2010 that he met celebrity chef Marco Pierre White. Green aided Marco in publicizing the new Wheelers of St James. While working with Marco, Green’s father Michael died in hospital. Marco invited Brad’s family to his St James restaurant for dinner as his guest. It was meeting Marco that gave Green his first insight into gastronomy.

In August 2013, Green bought a 304-year-old English Pub ‘The Woolpack’ in Southgate, North London. The pub had previously failed and was almost derelict on Green’s purchase of it, previous trading figures not exceeding £80,000 per year. Green spent two months refurbishing it and training staff and chefs and opened Green’s Steakhouse & Grill in October 2013.

Media Appearances[edit]

Green’s Steakhouse & Grill appeared as the restaurant of choice in Sky Living TV Show DesiRasclas.

In January 2007 The Evening Standard published the O2 Inspiration Awards, they published Green in the Top Ten saying “Bradley Green has always had an entrepreneurial spirit”.[7]

In September 2008 Director Magazine published an article marking Green as “One to Watch”. Green is a supporter of small businesses and has appeared on London radio station LBC 97.3 with James Max (The Apprentice Series 1) giving advice to start-ups and small businesses.[8][unreliable source?][9]

Personal life[edit]

Green lives with his wife Hannah in Goff’s Oak, Hertfordshire. They have two children, Max and Lewis. Green also plays in a band called ‘Sons of Pirates’ with brother Lloyd. Their most notable gig was a tribute to Green’s father, Mick, after he died in 2010. Their band played at the 100 Club on Oxford Street and were supported by The Animals and Wilko Johnson.[10]

In his spare time, Green directs film under the pseudonym ‘B.M. Green’. He came within the top 10 short film directors at the Colchester Film Festival, and his film ‘Superhero’ has also been shortlisted and screened at the London Independent Film Festival.[11][unreliable source?]


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  2. "Mick Green Obituary". The Guardian.
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  5. "Entry Detail - Green's Steakhouse & Grill". LYDS - Enfield.
  6. "Case study: Belu Water". London Evening Standard.
  7. "Case study: Belu Water". London Evening Standard.
  8. "Issue 2 by The London Bug - issuu". The London Bug.
  9. "ONE TO WATCH". edc.
  10. "Superhero - Short Film". Watch online at Essex-TV!.
  11. "Sons of Mick Green and the Pirates at Eel Pie Club for Esher's Princess Alice Hospice". Your Local Guardian.

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