Leeds will welcome the latest addition to its nightlife crown when premium cocktail bar Dirty Martini opens its doors to the public at 31 King Street on Saturday, 18 November.
Dirty Martini is famed for its glamorous interiors, extensive menu of bespoke martinis and cocktails, as well as its irresistible happy hour offer. With truly innovative flavour combinations such as the exotic Dragon Fruit & Pomegranate Martini and the vibrantly sweet Blood Orange & Vanilla Martini, as well as serving perfected cocktail favourites, such as the synonymous Dirty Martini or the refreshing Passionfruit Martini, it’s no wonder that the iconic menu is famous nationwide.
At the brand-new Leeds venue, expect Dirty Martini’s beautiful bespoke artwork, and signature lighting to capture those perfectly Instagrammable moments.
Split over two floors featuring two glamorous bars on both the ground and the first floor, DJs every weekend and plenty of bookable spaces, Dirty Martini is set to be Leeds’ newest hotspot.
Stuart Grimson, who was previously Assistant General Manager of Liquorist in Leeds has been appointed General Manager of Dirty Martini, he said: “We’re incredibly excited to bring Dirty Martini to Leeds this November. Although it’s a city, Leeds has such as wonderful community spirit and we feel so fortunate to be a part of it and to be offering a fresh, new approach to the standard cocktail bar offer – we can’t wait to meet you.”
Additionally, to celebrate its upcoming launch in Leeds, Dirty Martini has created an exclusive cocktail to add to Leeds’ menu – The White Rose Martini.
Inspired by Yorkshire’s iconic emblem, the White Rose Martini consists of egg white, coconut water, rose water syrup, lemon juice, dandelion and burdock bitters, Slingsby Gin, garnished with a beautiful dried rosebud.
The White Rose Martini will be available for a limited time only, exclusively at Dirty Martini Leeds (31 King Street, LS1 2HL).
With seven bars around London and one in Cardiff, the Leeds venue will be the brand’s second site in the north after the Manchester site opens on 10th November.
The White Rose Martini being made: