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Kobe Burger for lunch at Boneyard Bistro


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Kobe Burger for lunch at Boneyard Bistro

carter | Apr 5, 2006 01:13 AM

Well, since the Boneyard opened for lunch around a week ago or so, I felt it was time to try some of the items I never felt up for at dinner.
Well, tried the Kobe burger, and must say, watch out Father's Office. This burger is so tasty, what with either the St. Agur Blue Cheese or the aged cheddar cheese, along with the neuske's applewood bacon, onion aioli, etal, and served with a mound of their french fries. Not a handout at $17, yet ooooh so tasty.
Also available is blackened catfish, a grilled lamb hoagie which I know I will be trying next time, as well as albacore tuna salad, coupla turkey dishes, and of course the entire ribs menu, plus sandwiches of pulled pork, pulled chicken, brisket, tri tip, sausage, etc., all served with one side per their dinner array.
When talking to Aaron, the owner, he said they are also now open for dinner 7 nights a week.
And attention winos - Turley, Lynch Bages, around 8 Zins, etc. are now on the list, and it is growing in quantity and quality. Much better list than any others nearby for wines around $100 or less, with most of theirs under $60.

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