The duo are heading to N4 to open their own independent pub. Formerly the Auld Triangle - a Finsbury Park boozer popular with celebrating Arsenal fans, mourning Arsenal fans, and anyone else in dire need of a Guinness - the pub will be renamed The Plimsoll, in celebration of a previous incarnation years ago.
Following on from 24 months making London’s most famous cheeseburger alongside an array of alternating and all-delicious small plates, as well as maintaining a lockdown takeaway setup that initially saw tin foil-wrapped cheeseburgers hand delivered via a skeletal-looking fella on a fixed-gear bike, the duo are taking things to the next level with their own pub.
Focusing on a bigger space that will allow them more room to play, food-wise, The Plimsoll will also look to push a mentality that makes pubs the heart of many London communities: independent, with staff paid London living wage as a minimum, and food served Monday to Friday only - with weekends left for drinking (and we hope, for football - but we’re waiting to hear back on that).
If you’d like to support the project, here’s their Kickstarter campaign. And if you pledge £20 then you’ll get a burger and a pint. Decent.