Dirty Bones to open second site in London

22 July 2015 by
Dirty Bones to open second site in London

American-style restaurant group Dirty Bones is to open its second site in London's Kingly Court on Carnaby Street.

The new 1,248 sq ft restaurant is expected to open in September 2015, and will overlook the courtyard from its second-floor site.

Open for lunch and dinner, it will serve the group's usual menu of American comfort food, which was originally created by former Fat Duck Experimental Kitchen chef Ross Clarke for the group's first opening.

Favourite dishes include chicken and waffles, the Mac Daddy burger, the Dirty Dog hot dog and ribs. It will also offer dishes featuring meat on the bone, and sides such as mac and cheese, alongside a drinks menu including US-inspired cocktails such as tequila-based shot the Dirty Flatliner and the Dirty Bones martini.

Owned by Dipak Panchal at Rock E Ventures, the first Dirty Bones opened in London's Kensington in February 2014.

Kingly Court is a small shopping centre on Carnaby Street, featuring boutique-style shops arranged around an open-air courtyard. Its features a host of restaurants including pan-Asian Oka Robata Grill & Sushi, Peruvian concept Señor Ceviche, Greek restaurant the Life Goddess and London Underground-themed bar Cahoots.

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