Head to the house of Dirty Bones to enjoy New York style comfort food, cocktails and old school music. This lively restaurant is located in an iconic, Grade II listed heritage building in Shoreditch. It is open for lunch, dinner and late night drinks (plus one of London’s best hangover brunch on weekends).
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Dirty Bones Shoreditch
Dirty Bones Shoreditch
1 Club RowLondonE1 6JX
- +44 (0)20 7920 6434
Top 5 reviews of Dirty Bones Shoreditch
Been a while since I got excited about a new place but this one is worth it! The whole NYC-style instagrammable décor and chilled house music vibe is the perfect spot for some lethargic brunching after a big night. I spotted plenty of people having a boozy morning too though we were being good so maybe next time (though I spotted they cap the prosecco refills at a sensible 4...).
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Came here for Sunday brunch straight from the high street station while waiting for our loft to be cleaned and checked in. Pleasantly surprised! Although we were the only table in there at 11 by the time we left at noon, it was getting packed. Good vibe, lively with some hip hop spinning but not too loud. Great food, good service, will be back! more
We celebrated New Years here and the food and cocktails were amazing. For 29£ each it was a deal! We were a group of 4 but there was enough food for 6. The desserts were exceptional. DJ played hits all night. I would recommend this for a pretty low key but fun NYE in Shoreditch. more
The Shoreditch venue is pretty different to Carnaby, decor wise - high ceilings, light colours, and the original vintage touches have been kept in place and emphasised. Around the edge of the room, plush booth seating lines the walls with tables and chairs placed around them. Space is a little sparse between tables, but the atmosphere is welcoming and friendly, with large windows allowing for... more
I am personally not so big on Shoreditch as a 'trendy scene'. It has earned a reputation of urban arrogance from emerging subcultures gathering for casual and low key nights out, yet fails to satisfy the ones who are truly trying to cage out of the post-hipster movement. On the other hand, I stumbled across this place while walking around from commercial road on a sunny Sunday afternoon for a... more