|Fluid Movement to open New York-style restaurant|
|Written by Carol Emmas|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 16:32|
Fluid Movement, the quartet behind Purl and Worship Street Whistling Shop has taken an "unpredictable" step to launch a premium hot dog, craft beer and whisky restaurant.
Dach & Sons is a departure from the Victoriana gin palace theme of the current venues and is based on New York-style eateries. Opening in Hampstead this September, the listed building dating back to the 1800s will showcase a "restrained, industrial aesthetic".
Fluid Movement co-director Matt Whiley said: "We’ve always been one step ahead with the bars and we wanted to apply the formula to a restaurant. Premium hot dog restaurants are starting to trend but nobody else will offer a full, speakeasy package like ours."
Dach & Sons has employed a full-time butcher to produce its own sausages, burgers and frankfurters on site. Drawing from its scientific approach to drinks, it will experiment with cooking techniques, employing sous-vide and flash-fry finish.
Fluid Movement was set up by a group of bartenders who set out to evolve cocktails and bars by creating multisensory experiences and reinventing lost cocktails.
The first floor of the venue will feature cocktail bar Purl, offering its signature forgotten classics. Fluid Movement will also launch a range of new products in collaboration with Master of Malt, including Cream Gin, Radiation Aged Cocktails, Grenadine Syrup, Exhaustion Tonic and Chip Pan Bitters.