Hidden away in a sort of speakeasy manner.
Dirty Bones have got creative with there menu and it’s effective, its nice and short with absolutely no messing around. The food is bursting with flavour, the service is quick and attentive whilst not overbearing which is always a hit.
Now, onto the good stuff. We sampled the “Mac Daddy” – 6oz house burger topped with pulled beef short rib, mac & cheese and Dirty Bones BBQ sauce, served with Dirty Bones pickles. AMAZING. Although it’s hard to keep it all together but that adds to the experience and it has you wanting to scoop up every last little bit. The flavours go so well together.
Dessert? You can’t not order dessert at Dirty Bones once you see the menu, we opted for the Coffee Donutini (espresso martini with fresh sugared donut) – wow, dipping the donut into your espresso martini, something a little different but that’s the vibe at Dirty Bones. It’s refreshing to see some unusal cocktails compared to the usual drab you get on cocktail lists. You will find them even more appealing during happy hour at Dirty Bones between 5-7pm when they are two for one. The decor of the place is really eye catching and we were shown there amazing hidden party room behind a vending machine front, a hidden gem. The atmosphere? An underground american “diner”.
You’d never expect it to be this big from the doorway to the street, you won’t be disappointed.