Burger brand Meatliquor is to open a temporary drive thru restaurant next month in North Finchley.

In partnership with The Bohemia pub, Meatliquor will run the pop-up in the pub’s rear car park for the weekend-long event, and Bohemia will serve beer from its beer tanks, with proceeds being donated to charity.

Celebrating a decade since the launch of its first pop-up site - #meateasy on the middle floor of what was to become The New Cross House pub – the company has said the event will be used to test whether North Finchley could be a suitable location for a permanent Meatliquor site.

“We are going full circle and doing a pop up with The Bohemia pub,” said co-founder and managing director Scott Collins. “The pub happens to have a rear entrance with a great big council car park so it will be Meatliquor drive thru for all intents and purposes.

“The pub has a shed load of beer in his tanks and it will be giving away beer for charitable donations and we’ll be flipping burgers and delivering them to peoples’ cars, which will be fun.”

Last year, the business swapped its King Cross restaurant for a new site in Bloomsbury’s Brunswick Centre. It currently operates eleven restaurants across London, Brighton and Leeds.