Dirty Bones to open fourth London site in Soho

20 February 2017 by
Dirty Bones to open fourth London site in Soho

American-style restaurant group Dirty Bones has announced it will be opening its fourth London site on Denman Street in Soho this spring.

The 1,600 sq ft comfort food restaurant and cocktail bar, inspired by New York City, will have resident DJs playing old school hip hop, soul and funk, and take interior inspiration from post-industrial chic Brooklyn loft apartments.

The first Dirty Bones opened in Kensington in February 2014, with a second restaurant opening in Soho in September 2015 and a site in Shoreditch opened last summer.

Cokey Sulkin of Dirty Bones said: "We couldn't be more excited to continue growing our brand here in London, and about the potential of this space in particular. We've been working closely with our designers to ensure that this house showcases the most authentic elements of a Brooklyn loft-style apartment, with a strong influence from the art and music scenes of areas like Bushwick and Williamsburg."

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