Libertine Burger announces third restaurant in Stratford-upon-Avon
January 25, 2023

[Disclosure: Libertine Burger is a PR client of mine]

Yep, they’re at it again. Libertine Burger are opening their third restaurant in Stratford.

The new venue, in Bell Court, in the historic town, is set to open in March so people in the south of the county can get hold of Libertine’s burgers too. It will also create at least 20 jobs.

The milestone comes just a year after Libertine moved to bigger premises opposite its former home on Warwick Street in Leamington as part of bigger plans to roll out even more branches across the country in the coming years.


Libertine Burger founder Charles Harris said: “We spent a long time looking for the perfect place for our third site and Stratford-upon-Avon is just right. Thanks to our nationwide delivery service people across the country can enjoy a Libertine Burger at home, but we know everyone loves the full restaurant experience and now we can bring that to even more people thanks to the new restaurant. 

“The new Leamington restaurant created a blueprint for our future venues, so Stratford will follow that design, ensuring we can serve up our great burgers in a unique setting for people who live, work and visit the town. We can’t wait to open our doors and show everyone our new home.”

Since its birth as a street food business in 2017, Libertine toured some of the biggest UK festivals and went on to become a finalist in both the British Street Food Awards in 2017 and in the National Burger Awards 2018 and to win the Blogger’s choice award at the National Burger Awards 2019. It is also a finalist in the Just Eat Restaurant Awards, which will be announced in February 2023.

Libertine Burger

Libertine’s latest creation is the #512 – dubbed by some as the ‘baconiest non-bacon burger’ out there – which includes Libertine’s signature vegan patty, a plant-based brioche bun, This isn’t bacon (plant based rashers), Baconnaise, Vegan Bourbon bacon jam, vegan Frazzles, ketchup, French’s mustard, lettuce & pickles.

The company also offers DIY kits so people across the UK can enjoy burgers in their own home. The kits are designed to be pocket friendly, without sacrificing on quality. Simple instructions tell you exactly how to prepare and cook your burgers, with the option of adding extras like house sides, sauces, and drinks.

Libertine has plans for special kits in the coming months, including a Valentine’s kit for date nights at home, as well as a limited edition SuperBowl DIY Kit featuring everything for the perfect SuperBowl snack. 

See all the Libertine Burger kits here: