The fouth Dirty Bones site is set to open on Denman Street this spring.
The new space will celebrate everything that fans have come to love about the brand, but with a few twists and additions bespoke to the group’s newest location.
Keeping true to Dirty Bones’ ethos of ‘old school cool’, the menu takes its inspiration from New York style comfort food classics served alongside creative cocktails, while the interior will take its cues from the post-industrial chic look championed by loft apartments in NYC’s Brooklyn borough.
“We couldn’t be more excited to continue growing our brand here in London, and about the potential of this space in particular” says Cokey Sulkin of Dirty Bones. “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.”
As with Dirty Bones’ current locations in Kensington, Carnaby and Shoreditch, a music policy of classic hip-hop, funk and soul will also be present at Denman Street, with the brand’s original blend of old school beats and resident DJs providing the soundtrack.