Howdy y’all! Take a trip to the US of A and visit Bath’s answer to American diner sat along Lower Bristol Road nearby Oldfield Park station. The shabby, ranch-inspired Burgers and Barrels cocktail bar was convincing enough for us and is sure to set your taste buds tingling in true Texan style.
From its faded timber exterior and hanging horseshoes to its scattered beer barrels and oversized table condiments, Burgers and Barrels wields a Wild West theme, which complements its cuisine perfectly. This diner however also plays with a creative music edge with its wall-clad montage of vintage vinyl and has the background tunes to match.
Specialising in gourmet burgers, you won’t be leaving here hungry – in fact, Burgers and Barrels showcases some of the biggest burgers we’ve ever seen! So work up some cowboy courage and take on the ‘Hulk Challenge’ or simply chow down on the ‘Old School Classic’ for £5.95 or the ‘Hell Bells’ for £8.75 if you like things spicy – we warn you it’s hot.
A word from the chef:
Burgers and Barrels showcases an American diner style menu using fresh locally sourced ingredients. Think spiced popcorn starters and mouth-watering burgers and fries all at great value. True to its name the 'Django' is a spicy popular favourite for £8.75.
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