The launch of the new Dirty Harry’s Soho

This weekend sees the launch of Dirty Harry’s Soho, the only venue in London to offer a unique combination of live entertainment, bespoke cocktails and craft beers accompanied by an on-trend rotating street food menu. Here’s the lowdown on this exciting flagship restaurant.

Brand new premium bar Dirty Harry’s will be entertainment led with live bands and DJs every night from 9pm. And we’re told at intervals throughout the night performers will dance on the bars and stages, Coyote Ugly-style, but better.

Dirty Harry’s cocktail menu has 26 new bespoke cocktails including five new variants of the Daiquiri and Margarita, while Harry’s Collection is range of five house specials like Bloody Harry, a twist on the classic with Mezcal and pale ale.

In addition, there are some intense new drinks for the more adventurous like the 44 Magnum. There’s also an extensive range of US craft beers, so there really will be something for everyone.

The food offering will change every three months as a new team of street food chefs will be operating a pop-up from the fully fitted onsite kitchens. From February until April, Otherside Fried – a Cajun style gourmet chef collective, and Burger and Beyond – a gourmet burger outfit that make hand pressed patties from the best cuts of freshly ground dry aged beef, are joining together to provide Southern US style burgers and fried chicken.

Dirty Harry’s owner Malcolm Farqharson said: “It’s about time we brought a bit of fun and excitement back to the West End’s bar and restaurant scene. Dirty Harry’s is going to be one of those places where you never quite know what’s going to happen next – every night will be a bit of an adventure.”

Dirty Harry’s is open Monday to Friday from 5pm until 3am, Saturday from midday until 3am, and Sunday from midday until midnight.

Follow the venue on Facebook (DirtyHarrySoho), Twitter (@DirtySoho) and Instagram (DirtyHarrys_Soho).

Dirty Harry’s, 203 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 8ZH.

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