Dirty Bones Breaks a Leg March 17th

At a time when it’s needed more than ever, Fort Worth is about to get a dose of fun when Dirty Bones opens on March 17 (coincidentally, St. Patrick’s Day!). Centered around an immersive experience for enjoying wings, sports and friends, Dirty Bones is a win for every occasion.

Located at 3028 Crockett St. in Fort Worth’s West 7th area, Dirty Bones serves quality wings smothered in both classic and new, exciting sauces, such as Peanut Butter Jelly Time, Cholula Tajin Lime, 24K Gold with actual gold flakes, and Buffalo Mild-Hot for the traditionalists. The menu also boasts Between the Buns favorites, creative starters like Mile High Nachos, salads and dessert.

Delighting in Dirty Bones’ crazy, craveable food isn’t the only way guests can let loose. It’s a place where people get to pick the vibe that best fits their tribe. Good music and décor make Dirty Bones a feast for all senses. Equipped with over 40 big screen TVs and plenty of beer and spirits, sports fans will enter a gameday paradise. Don’t care about sports and would rather just eat and drink late into the night? You can do that, too, because the 7,500-square-foot restaurant will be open lunch-to-late daily, with a rooftop available for private parties. The best part – food will be served until 3 a.m. on the weekends.

“We are thrilled to launch our Dirty Bones flagship in Fort Worth,” said Imran Sheikh, co-founder & CEO of Milkshake Concepts. “West 7th is a centrally located, popular destination to dine and play, and we believe Dirty Bones fills a void in the market and will be well received. When creating the brand, the goal was to serve tasty, indulgent food and be the perfect place to watch and enjoy sports, all in a high energy atmosphere – a place guests will never get bored. We can’t wait to give wing fans, sports fans and in-between fans a place to chill, revel and devour insanely delicious wings.”

Dirty Bones will also sell shirts, caps and sweatshirts branded with fun sayings, so guests can feel connected to the brand beyond their visits. To learn more about Dirty Bones, visit dirtybones.com.

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