The group will open in the former Wright Brothers restaurant on 4 October having previously left the development last year.
The new venue will be split over two floors and will have indoor and outside seating on Kingly Court’s plaza. The restaurant will sit on the ground floor while the large basement bar will be available for private hire.
To mark the big launch the group has created the ‘Reverse Cheeseburger’ exclusive to the Carnaby site - a burger served alongside a truffled hot cheese sauce designed to be poured over tableside (pictured). It will also serve its classic dishes, such as a burger made with pulled short rib of beef, mac & cheese and espresso-spiked BBQ sauce; crispy fried chicken; chicken and waffles; cheeseburger dumplings; and baby back ribs.
Also new to the menu will be a range of Dirty Bones’ own lager cocktails.
“We are so excited to move our Carnaby Dirty Bones restaurant to this brand spanking new site,” says CEO and co-founder Cokey Sulkin.
“We’ve got a chance here to play around with space, enabling us to push the boundaries of what it means to dine out. We’ll be merging the worlds of food and music and bringing it all together under the banner of proper hospitality and good times. We are looking forward to this next step and what feels like a natural evolution of the brand.”
Dirty Bones, which was founded in Kensington in 2014, opened its second restaurant on the top floor of Kingly Court in 2015 but it closed it last year, making way for new entrant Korean Dinner Party. It operates four restaurants in Soho, Shoreditch, Kensington and Oxford.
Julia Wilkinson, restaurant director at Shaftesbury PLC says: "We are delighted to see the continued success of Dirty Bones, and the upsize of their new restaurant on the ground floor of Kingly Court.
“Dirty Bones is a much-loved restaurant and their re-launch in the three-story alfresco food hub in the heart of Carnaby is the perfect addition to London’s West End.”