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The guys behind Meatliquor on Welbeck Street have exported their edgy, urban burger concept to the seaside, with a second outlet in
trend-conscious Brighton: ‘come hungry, leave drunk’ is its motto. As before, inspiration comes from America’s dirty, red-blooded southern states, which means ‘dead hippie’ burgers, spicy buffalo
wings, chilli dogs, genuine ‘slaw and the restaurant's now-famous deep-fried pickles with blue cheese dip – complete with rolls of paper towels to keep those sticky fingers at bay. To drink, all
manner of gin- and whisky-based cocktails served in jars keep customers fuelled up as a table-shaking blues soundtrack rocks the joint. There are no bookings, so expect queues.
Meatliquor in London gave me my first ever glimpse into the world of big fat greasy burgers and I blame them for my subsequent addiction. Whether it be Liquor/Market/Mission I’ve enjoyed and devoured them all. When I heard they were opening one in Brighton, I immediately planned a trip to the seaside – with my gentleman companion and my parents in tow...
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Call it fate, call it kismet, call it good luck… whatever. Meatliquor in Brighton opening on the week of KS’ stag (also in Brighton) delivered the perfect fulcrum for our southern coast boys’ weekend – an oasis of sustenance perched neatly between man-child paintballing antics and alcohol-fueled early-hours carnage.Scott (@thepubguy), the brains behind Meatliquor, generously agreed to my (full-disclosure) request for a stag-party booking on @MEATliquorBTN ‘s first Saturday night...
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Ah, MEATliquor, a place that is still one of our favourite restaurants of all time, not just for the food but the atmosphere too. Happiness is guaranteed when I have a ML burger in my mouth and Ade is chewing on a buffalo wing. We still haven’t tried all of their competition (yeah, I know) but their burgers remain at the top of our list. Now Scott and Yianni have ventured out of old London town and recently opened up by the seaside in one of our favourite places – Brighton. A marriage of our two ‘happy places’, what could possibly go wrong?Now Brightoners aren’t like the committed London crowd who are prepared...
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