Coyote Ugly Themed Bar Opens in Soho

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Emily Gray by | Posted on 16th March 2017
Coyote Ugly Themed Bar Opens in Soho

There’s a new joint in town and it has great night out written all over it…not literally, it’s actually called Dirty Harry’s.

Opening on Wardour Street, it’s harking back to the 90’s and channelling the Coyote Ugly vibes. It’s all about burgers, bourbon and bar top performances (that last one doesn’t quite roll off the tongue). Choreographed by Paulette Minott who has worked with the likes of Neo, Rihanna and Craig David, Harry’s Honey will perform on the bar three times a night and rumour has it they will spray you with beer too. Talking of beer, they have 44 types to choose from, alongside cocktails such as Do You Feel Lucky Punk made from bourbon, ginger, Tawny port, vermouth, Benedictine and mole chocolate bitters.

Coyote Ugly

They’ve teamed up with some of the best street food around to bring you three month residencies. First up a collaboration between Otherside Fried and Burger & Beyond aka Beyond The Otherside who will be serving up burgers such as the Hot Mess, an apt name, made from a 45 day aged patty, pepper Jack cheese, jalapeños and chipotle mayonnaise. Sides include smoked mash and loaded fries. Future residencies will come from the likes of Mama’s Jerk Station and Pulled.

Tomorrow it’s going to be all things Irish, for St Patrick’s Day, with Irish music, performances and dancing, it’s certainly one way to see in the weekend.

Dirty Harry’s is now open at 203 Wardour Street, Soho, W1F 8ZJ

www.dirtyharryssoho.com


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