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New Bristol cocktail bar Dirty Martini opening date and what to expect

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Bristol’s first martini bar, Dirty Martini, will be opening its doors next month.

The bar, which will be the latest addition to bustling Corn Street, promises a wide range of martinis, plus classic and signature cocktails with high-quality ingredients, including vegan options.

Following a complete refurbishment, the national chain’s first Bristol branch is pitched as a premium venue offering tasty and Instagram-friendly food and drinks.

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It will also serve a range of opportunities for some festive fun ahead of Christmas, from bottomless martini brunches to cocktail-making classes for seasonal parties.

The bottomless brunch promises unlimited martinis, gin and tonics, Prosecco and a range of favourite Christmas food served in the chain’s signature bird cages, while the cocktail making classes offer a different type of festive experience.

They will be introducing a Christmas menu boasting a range of festive flavours including the limited-edition Christmas Cocktail Collection.



The food is perfectly festive
The food is perfectly festive

The food menu promises a traditional Christmas platter for £30, which includes turkey sliders with cranberry relish, mini pig in blanket subs, duck spring rolls, macaroni and cheese bites and more.

Vegetarians and vegans can also get their festive food fix, with a platter on offer at the same cost which includes treats such as falafel and beetroot sliders, onion bhaji sliders, crispy tomato and basil arancini and more.

Dirty Martini also promises a generous happy hour with half-price martinis, as well as offers on selected cocktails, house wines, Prosecco and beers.

Live DJs and saxophone performers have also been lined up in the run-up to Christmas and beyond, to add to the festive feel.

Those who wish to check the bar out on its December 4 opening date can book online at the Dirty Martini website.

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