Crackbrgr is a new casual restaurant serving crackbrgrs and crackbrds located at 17 Crown Alley, Temple Bar, opening on Tuesday, 16th May.
Crackbrgr will feature #cluckyseats, which are permanently allocated to welcome new customers to try their addictive offerings. The #cluckyseats can only be booked through Instagram, Twitter or TikTok and will afford up to four people to eat at the restaurant for free. All that is asked of the customer is to follow, tag the people invited and post their experience.
Crackbrgr serves 18 imaginative variants of crackbrgrs on a sourdough bun, in a wrap or without. Crackbrgrs are available with Irish grass-fed beef, Irish Chicken Fillets. Crackbrds are over-night marinated and shallow fried Irish chicken on the bone to order. They can be ordered as half or full brds, with the Buttermilk or Soy Garlic. The restaurant will be open from 12 pm to 11 pm daily.
Crackbrgr is creating a new iconic corner location behind the old Central Bank. The two-story layout seats 75 diners. Crackbrgr produced all wooden furniture and fittings in Ireland with the help of local craftsmen and commissioned a vibrant wall mural by a talented local street artist, Jess Tobin, (@NoviceJess).
Music is at the heart of the Crackbrgr experience, and the brgrs are all named after well-known songs. They have the coolest DJ booth in the city, the crack_, in association with Void Acoustics. The crack_ is perched in the window facing onto Crown Alley. Diners can enjoy local DJ talent on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, adding to the already fantastic atmosphere of the restaurant.
Crackbrgr is brought to you by John Roberts who was previously a co-owner Crackbird and Jo’Burger, a business he exited in 2017.