London’s original NYC-style restaurant group is expanding, opening in a bigger, buzzier, 140-seater site in Carnaby’s Kingly Court on 4 October 2021
London’s NYC-inspired restaurant group, Dirty Bones, is expanding, opening their flagship venue in Carnaby’s, Kingly Court on 4 October. Complete with DJ booth, basement bar, exclusive dishes, and indoor and outdoor seating it’s a spot for drinking, dining, and getting down to the old school sound in central London.
The launch marks the next episode in the restaurant group’s story, born in a Kensington basement site and the new opening will see Dirty Bones Carnaby, reimagined across two floors of Kingly Court, seating 140 both indoors and outdoors.
A soundtrack of hip-hop and funk, and moody, soft lighting creates its signature vibe and a basement area is available for private hire for parties, events, and live gigs. Dirty Bones handpicked DJs will be spinning live every Friday and Saturday, with the restaurant group continuing to support London’s live music scene via long-standing charity partner, Youth Music UK.
To mark the launch Dirty Bones has created the ‘Reverse Truffle Cheeseburger’ – a new signature dish, exclusive to Carnaby. The Classic burger is served alongside a truffled hot cheese sauce, ready to be poured over your burger tableside.
House favourites like ‘The Mac Daddy’ with pulled short rib of beef, mac & cheese and espresso-spiked BBQ sauce ‘Crispy Fried Chicken’ made with a signature blend of buttermilk and spices, served with creamy garlic ranch dipping sauce, ‘Chicken and Waffles’, ‘Cheeseburger Dumplings’, ‘Baby Back Ribs’ and more.
A collection of new lager-based cocktails, served in the brands signature lager can will be served alongside classics like the ‘Dirty Mary’ – a twisted classic using hot sauce, pickle juices and a rim of crushed sour cream Pringles and the ‘Hip Monkey’ with Rum, bitters, lime and Ting grapefruit soda.