Posted on 20th August 2015

2nd Dirty Bones Opens

2nd Dirty Bones Opens

This September our Soho foodie haven, Kingly Court is going to see the arrival of Dirty Bones on its top floor and the food is going to be well and truly dirty…in the best possible way.

Forget about courgetti, quinoa and nut butter this is all about American comfort food, the sort of food that Instagram was made for, the sort of food that your cheat day/week/life needs to revolve around. We’re talking The Mac Daddy Burger – a burger topped with pulled beef short ribs, mac ‘n’ cheese and Dirty Bones barbecue sauce and Dirty Bone pickles and BBQ fried chicken coated in Dirty Bones Bourbon and marshmallow barbecue sauce.

At weekends they’ll be hailing the brunch gods with the likes of Benedict Burgers – burgers topped with poached eggs, black treacle bacon and a good covering of Dirty Bones hollandaise sauce, steak and eggs and cheesy scrambled eggs served with smoked guacamole, slow roast tomato waffle and wild garlic crème fraiche. Sign.us.up.

Craft beers will be found alongside playfully named cocktails such as Mutt’s Nuts: Woodford Reserve, cinnamon, vanilla infused syrup, Angostura bitters, lemon and apple juice. The interior will be similar to that of their Kensington sister site, with retro pinball machines and an old school hip hop soundtrack.

Dirty Bones: Opens September, Top Floor, Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, W1b 5PW,  www.dirty-bones.com

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