Located in the former Clockjack site in Soho, the new restaurant will feature a design based on a New York loft apartment and will serve a similar comfort food menu to its existing sites.
“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, operations director at Dirty Bones.
“We’ve been working closely with our designers to ensure that this [restaurant] showcases the most authentic elements of a Brooklyn loft-style apartment.”
Dirty Bones is known for its US-inspired dishes such as the 'Mac Daddy' burger topped with macaroni and cheese; and fried chicken and waffles.
The group currently runs three London sites in Shoreditch, Carnaby Street and South Kensington and will open its first restaurant outside London in Oxford later this year.