Dirty Bones re-opens original restaurant in Kensington

After closing its doors for structural works earlier this year, the original Dirty Bones will re-open on Friday, 15th September, ready to once again serve NYC-inspired comfort food and cocktails to Kensington and its local surrounds.

Bringing with it a fresh menu of new-to-Kensington dishes, Dirty Bones’ original location will now serve comfort food classics like the Dr. Pepper-marinated Slow n’ Low Pork Belly Ribs and Cheeseburger Dumplings, along with returning fan favourite The Mac Daddy, a brisket and dry aged steak burger topped with pulled beef short rib and mac & cheese.

In addition, the Kensington menu will now house lighter options made popular at Dirty Bones’ central and East London locations, including the Grilled Chicken and Kale Salad, Roasted Chilli-Mint Squash and Grilled Fish Tacos.

As before, Dirty Bones Kensington will showcase the brand’s music ethos of old school hip hop, funk and soul, with live band nights every Thursday from 8pm and resident Dirty DJs spinning every Friday and Saturday from 9pm. Following suit of Dirty Bones Carnaby, Soho and Shoreditch, the Kensington location will once again offer the ultimate weekend brunch, complete with hollandaise-topped Short Rib Crumpets, Chicken & Waffles with a fried egg and Boozy Brunch Cocktail Flights of four boozy brunch cocktails.

Complete with a subterranean drinks lounge, DJ booth and private bar-equipped party room available for hire, the team look forward to welcoming new and returning friends back to where the Dirty Bones story first began.

Dirty Bones Kensington officially re-opens to the public on Friday, 15th September. Bookings for Dirty Bones Kensington can now be made via the website at

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