MEATliquor will opens its twelfth site at Queens skate and bowl leisure venue in Queensway London in May.

The brand will be the exclusive food and beverage partner across the site, and will be the first time MEATliquor has partnered with a leisure venue.

The site will have a 200-capacity bar and 80-cover diner overlooking the 12 bowling lanes

Customers will be able to have lane side dining as MEATliquor food and drinks will be served directly to team tables.

Located on Queensway between Bayswater and Queensway stations, Queens have spent nine months rebuilding the 45,000 sq/ft venue.

The MEATLiquor areas have been designed by Shed Design and feature artwork from ilovedust.

The 200-capacity bar will also have a pool table, fruit machines, table football and dart board.

Scott Collins, MEATliquor Co-Founder and managing director, said: “The ethos of MEATliquor is one built on offering a destination for people who want to go out but without growing up – something QUEENS completely epitomises. We hope that by bringing the MEATliquor approach to QUEENS we can provide a one- stop fun shop, something for everyone and all ages”.

Queens owner, Ben Bourne, added: “We are so excited about this collaboration - Queens is very proud to be partnering with MEATLiquor. Yianni and Scott are pioneers of the street food movement! MEATLiquor’s playfulness completes the unique experiences, from bowling with retro arcade games to ice skating, that we pride ourselves with.”

The group has announced that it will be partnering with Michelin-starred pub, the Harwood Arms, to create a one-off dish for London Food Month. The Dead Bambi Burger will be made with venison and pork, topped with bacon and slathered in a bone marrow mayonnaise.