A PUB in Cradley is hosting a popular burger restaurant pop-up van this weekend.

The Red Lion, in Stifford's Bridge, Cradley, is hosting the popular Herefordshire burger restaurant, The Beefy Boys, on Sunday, July 3.

The pub is also hosting live music later in the afternoon as well.

The Beefy Boys is a group of prestigious burger restaurateurs, with two locations based in Hereford and Shrewsbury. 

A Facebook post on social media: "The fab Beefy Boys will be selling their award-winning burgers and dirty fries in our car park, from 3pm till 9pm, to eat in or take away, with live 80's music from Mel & Him from 4pm until 6pm."

"It's going to be epic."

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Steve Moormam, manager of The Red Lion, said: " We are servicing our normal roast dinners from 12pm-3pm and the street food will kick off at around 3pm.

"We regularly host a lot of street food options at the pub and we are really excited to bring The Beefy Boys to our customers."

The Beefy Boys Meat Boutique restaurant opened its first location in 2016, based in The Old Market in Hereford.

The Beefy Boys began as four amateur cooks who shared a passion for American-style burgers and BBQ, eventually entering the 2014 Grillstock competition in Bristol where they won the best burger.

The restaurant went on to represent the UK in 2015, at The World Food Championships in Las Vegas, where they finished 2nd out of 50 burgers.