Milkshake Concepts—the creative minds behind Citizen, Serious Pizza, Stirr and Vidorra—is giving wing fans, sports fans and in between fans, a place to chill, play and indulge in the best wings imaginable.
This February, Dirty Bones will open its first location at 3028 Crockett St. in Fort Worth’s West 7th area. Not afraid to challenge the culinary norm, Dirty Bones will be a feast for all senses. The menu will feature high-quality wings smothered in classic and out-of-the-ordinary sauces and more.
Culinary edge isn’t the only thing that Dirty Bones will offer. Dirty Bones’ vibe will provide guests with a multi-sensory, immersive experience. Think: urban tattoo parlor with a touch of 1970s retro. With everything you need for a gameday paradise, a chill hangout spot, and spirits and beer by the glass and bottle for late-night fun, the 7,500-square-foot restaurant and rooftop will enable guests to pick the vibe that best fits their tribe.
“Dirty Bones is a concept we’ve been excited to introduce for some time,” says Imran Sheikh, co-founder & CEO of Milkshake Concepts. “The ambiance will be edgy and captivating, all while providing great wings and the ideal spot for game watching. We’re thrilled to debut Dirty Bones in Crockett Row at West 7th. Bridging Downtown and the Cultural District, West 7th is one of Fort Worth’s hottest destinations for food and entertainment. Now, with our grand opening quickly approaching, we need a fun, outgoing team to help us bring this unique vision to life.”
In preparation for its grand opening, Dirty Bones is currently hiring up to 50 new team members for multiple positions, including bartenders, servers, hosts, line cooks and barbacks. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by emailing their resume to email@example.com.
At Dirty Bones, you choose how you use. Whether you’re craving a meal for gameday or to turn up late-night, Dirty Bones’ immersive experience paired with the best wings and drinks make it the perfect destination for every occasion.
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