The Boozy Cow, owned by Speratus Group, is said to offer a menu of ‘dirty’ burgers and sides in a setting that fuses urban art and graffiti with stripped down dining.
The new site, on Frederick Street, will open on 19 March.
With a 60 per cent female customer demographic, Speratus claimed the Aberdeen restaurant has “exceeded all expectations” following its opening last August.
The Edinburgh site will be open until 1am seven days a week, with DJs on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights.
Where possible, the burger restaurant intends to source ingredients locally and work with local suppliers. In keeping with the dirty food ethos, there will be no plates or cutlery.
Priced around the £7-8 mark, menu items will include burgers with cheese, maple bacon and chilli toppings.
There will also be hot dogs, chicken burgers, cheesesteaks and a mac ‘n’ cheese burger, complemented by fries, slaws and salads.
Customers can also indulge in a chilli challenge, where they are given 15 minutes to eat one chilli cheese burger, one chilli dog, one portion of chilli cheese fries and one Oreo milkshake. If they succeed, they are given the meal for free.
Featured on the cocktail menu is a Disco Bru - Bacardi, lime and an Irn Bru reduction - and the Moo Tai - rum, Grand Marnier, almond & lime.
The Boozy Back Cow, meanwhile, comes with vodka, raspberry and citrus while the Caramel Jack features Bourbon, Werthers Originals, lemon & Drambuie.
Available in cans only, beers and ciders will include Red Stripe, Estrella Damm and Rekorderlig. A selection of spirits and wines will also be on offer.
Martin Brown, Speratus managing director and the man behind the Boozy Cow concept, said: “We are really excited about the arrival of the Boozy Cow in Edinburgh – we have a great concept and can’t wait for Edinburgers to get a taste of it.”
Established in 2009, Speratus Group operates six other bar/restaurants in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.