Restaurants

Dirty Bones opens flagship Carnaby Street site

After starting in a Kensington basement site, the launch now takes the company’s portfolio to six sites.

The NYC-inspired restaurant group, Dirty Bones, has announced the opening of a new site in Carnaby’s Kingly Court on the 4 October 2021.

Dirty Bones has said the new opening has seen the existing Carnaby restaurant “reimagined” across two floors of the ground floor of Kingly Court, with 30 team members overseeing indoor and outdoor dining.

Completed with a DJ booth, basement bar, indoor and outdoor seating, the restaurant said the venue is set to be the “ultimate” spot for drinking, dining, and dancing in Soho, soon to be Carnaby’s “go-to venue”.

Amongst the new menu, Dirty Bones has created the ‘Reverse Cheeseburger’, a dish exclusive to the Carnaby site, as well as new cocktails such as ‘The Mac Daddy’ with pulled short rib of beef, mac and cheese and espresso-spiked BBQ sauce.

In addition, the restaurant is set to host a weekend brunch, accompanied by musicians via charity partner, Youth Music UK.

Cokey Sulkin, CEO and co-founder, said: “We are so excited to move our Carnaby Dirty Bones restaurant to this brand spanking new site. We’ve got a chance here to play around with space, enabling us to push the boundaries of what it means to dine out.

“We’ll be merging the worlds of food and music and bringing it all together under the banner of proper hospitality and good times. We are looking forward to this next step and what feels like a natural evolution of the brand.”

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