Dirty Burger thought it was about time it spread the love again, and now it’s taken its legendary burgers to Exmouth Market in Clerkenwell, a ten-minute stroll from either Angel or Farringdon tube station.
But this time Dirty Burger is unveiling a new addition: ‘Dirty Bar’. Developed by Hubbard & Bell head bartender Thomas Solberg, Dirty Bar has a cocktail offering with a kick, pulled together especially to compliment the Dirty Burger menu. All cocktails are priced at £8 for large and £4 for small, from the kitsch Pharmaceutical, DB’s take on an Espresso Martini, to the No Apple Tini, unsurprisingly with no apples. Other bespoke drinks include the Kitchen Sink Martini with lillet and mushroom & oyster leaf tincture and a burger stock infused DBX Bloody Mary.
While their cocktails are being expertly shaken, diners can choose from the signature Dirty Burger Cheeseburger (£6), Dirty Bacon (£7) and the vegetarian Dirty Cop-Out (£5), alongside other favourites including Crinkle Cut Chips (£3.50) and Onion Fries (£3.50). With a drinks menu that includes homemade milkshakes through to ice cold beers on draught (Brew Dog and Heineken), Dirty Burger caters for all thirsts.