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The team behind Dirty Bones are delighted to announce the opening of their third site in East London this summer. With hugely popular restaurants and bars already open in West London and Carnaby’s Kingly Court, the new Dirty Bones will be housed in an iconic, Grade II listed heritage building in the heart of Shoreditch.

The new Dirty Bones will serve a selection of creative New York inspired comfort food dishes and cocktails, and will be the first Dirty Bones to house an all-day dining menu. Further to the lunch, dinner, late night cocktails and weekend brunch menus already available at the Dirty Bones restaurants, Shoreditch will introduce an all-new breakfast menu, specially developed for East.

Beef Short Rib

The design of Dirty Bones Shoreditch will embrace the building’s eclectic history, with a range of bespoke retro features filling the large and striking space. There will also be a lively bar area, where they will host the live band and DJ nights of old school funk, soul and hip hop music they are known for.

Meanwhile, the Dirty Bones restaurants in Kensington and Kingly Court have recently launched a series of new summer dishes on both the main and brunch menus, and recently revealed a new cocktail collection, including The Grown Ups Jaffa; The Brooklyn Spritz; and the Spiced Iced Coffee for the warmer days ahead.

Flat Iron Steak

Further details on the opening, new dishes and cocktails are coming soon (*and behind-the-scenes updates can be found on the Dirty Bones Instagram: @dirtyboneslondon and at www.dirty-bones.com/Shoreditch).



Kingly Court’s underground station has opened but don’t expect to be catching a train, expect to be taken back in time to the 1940s. The bar, posing as a post-war tube station, is decked out with a vintage tube carriage, eclectic furniture and a ticket office. 

If you’re looking for sharing cocktails, Meet Me Under The Station Clock is perfect (it has a full bottle of Moet & Chandon champagne in it) or if you’re sipping alone try out a Cahooch cocktail – their homemade ‘grog’. Although, our top pick has to be the Tanqueray No. TEN Gin infused Vera Lynn, one of many from their hugely extensive cocktail menu.

As amazing as the cocktails are, the menu is something you won’t find anywhere else (in this era). Based on food that was rationed in the war expect, Spam and cheese toasties, crumpets with marmalade and crisps and salad cream sandwiches. For light bites after work, Cahoots has got it sorted.


13 Kingly Court

0207 352 6200

Pizza Pilgrims Kingly Court

Pizza Pilgrims, handily situated just off Carnaby Street, in Kingly Court to be exact is the perfect place to go post work drinks or pre or any time infact that you want a truly wonderful pizza.

Soft fluffy and crispy edged dough meets a wonderful collection of flavour choices, the smells of which hit you as soon as you walk in the door.

Friendly, polite and simply easy, Pizza Pilgrims offers up authentic stone ovened pizza and puts the same amount of honest perfection into every dish they offer - including their ice cream - which is amazing.

And although this is a pizzeria it is also a friggitoria so you can expect other option on the menu such as Arancini stuffed with slow-cooked ragu, oozy mozzarella and tomato Pizza Frittas and irresistible melanzane and zucchini fritti – aubergine and courgette chips in light, crispy batter.

The food on offer really is comfort to the max which matches both the surroundings and the staff - not too in your face but always happy to help and with an atmosphere that is buzzing but not tiring or distracting in any way.

It's our new favourite for central without a doubt - even if it's just to pop in for their risotto balls.

This place is certainly showing no signs of being watered down the large the chain gets. Which makes us very happy and excited to see where the next one will appear.

Pizza Pilgrims, Ground Floor, Kingly Court

Pizza-Pilgrims-Forza-Win-06From Britain’s finest margherita and marinara, to crispy arancini and pizza fritta, new Pizzeria & Frigittoria brings the true taste of Naples to London  

Just a year after opening its doors in Dean St, Soho, Pizza Pilgrims is serving up a second slice of authentic Neapolitan cuisine – with a brand new offering that takes its acclaimed cucina povera to the next level.

Opening in Kingly Court (just off Carnaby St) in late July, Pizza Pilgrims Pizzeria & Frigittoria will carry the simple, delicious range of pizzas – the Marinara, Margherita, Nduja and Portobello Mushroom & Truffle – that made the first pizzeria such a huge success, as well as fabulous new varieties, monthly specials and seasonal toppings.

Every pizza, lovingly made from dough that's been proved for 24-48 hours, topped with the finest, freshest Italian ingredients, and fired in a 500-degree celsius oven, is a testament to the dedication of Pizza Pilgrims' owners, Thom and James Elliot, and their determination to serve the very best – simply, deliciously, and honestly.

But it's the Frigittoria that will offer something truly new. Any visitor to Naples can't help but be overwhelmed by the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of this most extraordinary of cities. And it's impossible not to be wowed by the amazing variety of delicious fried specialities served up from pavement cafés, hole-in-the-wall takeways and food carts along the cobbled streets and noisy piazzas.

Pizza Pilgrims Pizzeria & Frigittoria is bringing this unique culinary tradition to London, with a range of genuine Neapolitan delicacies, from Arancini stuffed with slow-cooked ragu and unctuous, oozy mozzarella, to Pizza Fritta – fried calzones filled with sun-ripened tomato, napoli salami, mozzarrella, parmesan, ricotta and fragrant basil.

There'll be crispy potato and mortadella croquettes, delicate deep-fried courgette flowers, and irresistible melanzane and zucchini fritti – chips of aubergine and courgette in light, crispy batter.

As golden as the sun of the mezzogiorno and lighter than the mediterranean breeze, these delicious house specialities are the flavour of the real Naples – cooked with passion, and served with love.

But Pizza Pilgrims knows that just as Italian food is fresh, vibrant and healthy, it's also about indulgence. That's why the pudding selection features a constantly changing selection of Boca di Lupo’s Gelupo gelati – served by cone or cup – as well as Pizza Pilgrims’ signature dessert, the Nutella Pizza Ring.

And from the bar? Ice-cold shots of Pizza Pilgrims’ own Sohocello and Sohocello cocktails, craft beers from Lazio's Birra del Borgo (changing monthly), wines by the Nespoli winery in Emilia-Romagna, and Thom's personal selection of dangerous Neapolitan amari and digestivi.

For those merely wanting to drop in for a bracing daytime caffe, the new Pizzeria will be serving award-winning roasts by Hackney’s own Terrone Coffee Co, along with sfogliatelle (traditional Neapolitan pastries) and Gelupo gelati – served from a dedicated outdoor kiosk, beneath the stairs in Kingly Court.

The atmosphere promises to be as authentically Italian as the food, too. With table football, Nineties tunes on the sound system and arcade games inside – and an alfresco seating area where diners can take in the Carnaby passegiata.

Pizza Pilgrims Pizzeria & Frigittoria is the ultimate, unpretentious antidote to stuffy dining rooms and poncey cuisine. It's as raw and real as the food culture that inspired it. It's the perfect place to eat, drink, and savour la dolce vita this summer.

Pizza Pilgrims Pizzeria & Frigittoria, 11 Kingly Court, London W1B 5PW.

There have been a lot of chicken restaurants popping up in London but not so many free range egg focused ones. Carnaby however is about to change that with new restaurant concept Whyte &Brown.

Whyte &Brown can be found in Kingly Court and it opens this Month. With a menu where almost each dish includes both chicken and eggs we are really excited to get to try this one.

It's rather strange really thinking about eating both chicken and eggs together but we won't complain or dwell on that too long when the food images look as good as these do.

The restaurant has two floors and will offer an alfresco courtyard will seating 24. Open all day, from breakfast through to dinner, an average spend per head will come in at £20.

Menu highlights include the Bangkok Scotch Egg with minced thighmeat and fresh Thai herbs and a grilled chicken Caesar Burger with coarsely-grated Parmesan and Worcestershire sauce. Free-range egg dishes range from a Risotto Scotch Egg encased with leek, spinach and lemon thyme risotto through to breakfast classics such as Eggs Florentine and Benedict.

At the weekend, Whyte & Brown won't be ignoring the roast tradition and will serve whole-roasted and spatch-cocked chicken, stuffing, bread sauce, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and house-made gravy.

Whyte & Brown

Kingly Court
London, W1B 5PW