Dirty Bones brings its old-school, cool NYC-inspired cocktails and food to Denman Street, Soho.
Their fourth restaurant continues the brand’s theme of effortlessly cool New York style aesthetics, with strong cocktails and big comfort food. The interiors are modelled on areas within Brooklyn known for their art and music, like Bushwick and Williamsburg, and the loft apartments that the artists inhabit. The cocktail list continues this creative theme, with playful names like Djinn Djinn, a Tanqueray gin mix made with Belsazar red vermouth, lemon and Ting.
The food menu is composed of indulgent comfort food perfect for both a hearty feast and hangover food alike. The focus is on delicious dishes and unusual pairings, such as burgers topped with mac & cheese or fried chicken coupled with waffles and maple syrup.
Despite starting in Kensington, Dirty Bones feels like a fundamentally ‘Shoreditch’ place: take big, greasy food, give it a quality twist and serve it in a modern restaurant. And while I love Soho for its spirit, a lot of the area feels...
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