Our usually place to eat at in Abington was closed so we decided to try Bone Fire. The food was good and for a reasonable price. The service was slow the day we were there. Love the old look of the restaurant.
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I loved Bone Fire when it was in Kingsport and ate there all the time. It moved to Abingdon and I had not had a chance to eat there so when in town for the evening we decided to visit. Wait staff was great had...More
We wandered in on a cold post-Christmas December day - and were amazed at the charm, warmth, great food, and vibe. The place has atmosphere - lots of wood, a very "saloon" feel. It was lunch time, so we got sandwiches. My wife got a...More
Multiple sauces but no North Carolina sauce. Service is a little slow but incorrect orders are not uncommon. Staff is friendly but not attentive. Good for lunch if you have time.
Our party of 8 stopped here before a show at The Barter Theater & had great service. The food was good & the prices reasonable. I had a BLT (they were out of fried green tomatoes) with home made chips.
Good reputation for food which was good ,but needs some adjustments. Management on the other hand needs big improvement.Given advance notice of group of 15 coming for lunch before noon on a Thursday.Had a party of 20 in back room and only had 2 waitress...More
Have tried it twice and the food is good. But the wait staff needs an overhaul. Had to track down wait staff both times and ask for help. And lets not talk about the disgusting bathroom that needs major work
Not only great brisket, but the BEST SIDES I've every had in a BBQ place! Some of the best collards I've ever eaten. Who knew that banana pudding could be a side. That vanilla wafer was SINFULLY good!!! Loved the sauce bar. Waitstaff and bartenders...More