After nearly a decade of traveling and opening restaurants across the globe - from Singapore and Hong Kong to Dubai and New Delhi - Chef-Restaurateur David Myers celebrates a return to the city’s dynamic culinary scene with a limited-time-only pop-up burger concept located along Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Venice.
The Burger Bar looks to elevate - with a global perspective - one of America’s most celebrated comfort foods including Myers’ most iconic burger recipe. The no-fuss menu features Myers’ celebrated burgers, available in single, double, triple, or with a plant-based option alongside an assortment of globally inspired sides and elevated milkshakes.
As for the Adrift space, the former Hal’s Bar & Grill building has been overhauled by designer Danny Gonzales to feature muted tones accompanied by lush greenery, and with art from blind contour artist Sophie Kipner.
The DM Burger - Myers’ iconic burger served with a medium-rare patty topped with Vermont Cheddar cheese, shaved onion and lettuce, and secret sauce on a brioche bun and The Adrift Burger - medium-rare burger topped with tomato ajwan jam, pickled jalapeños, and Gruyère served with curry leaf fries and fried button mushrooms.
To support the local Venice community, the menu features a ‘charitable topping’ option, allowing you to add a donation to their order in support of St. Joseph Center. The Venice-based charity provides homeless families in the community with resources and tools to become stable and self-supporting members of the community.