The casual dining restaurant group, known for its Dead Hippie burgers, monkey fingers and chili cheese fries, is joining forces with The Bohemia pub for the pop-up drive thru that will be located in the car park to the rear of the pub.
Brew pub The Bohemia will be serving beer from its beer tanks during the event, with proceeds from the sales being donated to charity.
The event comes as MEATliquor celebrates a decade since its first bricks and mortar incarnation when it operated the #meateasy pop up on the middle floor of what was to become The New Cross House pub. Following the end of the pop up the company went on to open its now famous debut site under a car park in Marylebone.
“We are going full circle and doing a pop up with The Bohemia pub,” says MEATliquor co-founder and managing director Scott Collins.
“The pub happens to have a rear entrance with a great big council car park so it will be MEATliquor drive thru for all intents and purposes.
“The pub has a shed load of beer in his tanks and it will be giving away beer for charitable donations and we’ll be flipping burgers and delivering them to peoples’ cars, which will be fun.”
If successful, the pop up could potentially lead to the company looking for something for permanent in the area. “We are testing the water for what North Finchley might look like for a possible MEATliquor,” adds Collins.