Smokey Bones Fire Grill Review- Now Offers Southern Styled Brunch

Smokey Bones Fire Grill Review- Smokey Bones Bar + Fire Grill’s Now Offers Southern Styled Brunch 

Smokey Bones Bar + Fire Grill’s has launched a southern styled five-course brunch at their Fort Lauderdale location. At Smokey Bones, bone-isms are facts the owners feel customers should be aware of, so I figured I would delight you with them in this Smokey Bones Fire Grill Review. 

BONEISM 098- We can’t decide which meal tastes better, either. That’s why we make all of them.

There is nothing better than a southern style meal on a sunny Sunday afternoon, and when we arrived at Smokey Bones Bar and Fire Grill we found just what we were looking for. Their brunch begins with Southern Buttermilk Biscuits with sweet house-made Honey Butter, a large Belgian Waffle, topped with butter and served with a side of Maple Syrup. and a cornbread skillet served with Pecan Butter. Honey this butter never tasted so luscious, and after one bite, we had our forks in the air ready for more.

Smokey Bones Fire Grill Review

BONEISM no. 497- A good dry rub enhances our meat. Stop laughing.

The second dish out brings this Boneism to life. We had a choice of 1/3 rack of St. Louis-Style Ribs or award-winning Baby Back Ribs, so we went with both. Each individual rib couldn’t wait to hit our mouths, so it fell off the bone as soon as our knives hit it.

BONEISM no. 005– You can’t rush perfection. You can, however, slowly smoke it over hickory logs for 11 hours.

They kept the food coming, so we kept the forks moving. Our third course was the Southern Eggs Meaty Skillet a fresh-cooked egg soufflé with biscuit crumbles, a sunny-side up egg, cheddar-jack cheese, fresh parsley, a fried egg finished with house-smoked sausage and grilled chicken breast. These fluffy egg skillets had us on a cloud that we didn’t want to come off.

Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill

BONEISM no. 279– When it’s this sweet and curvy, you just don’t say no.

For dessert, which we needed to find the room, we devoured their Waffle Sundae, a warm and fluffy large Belgian Waffle topped with powdered sugar, creamy vanilla ice cream, drizzled with warm chocolate sauce and not to mention Smokey Bones’ signature Hot Bag O’ Donuts glazed with raspberry and chocolate dipping sauces. Each dessert was a pleasurable afternoon delight, that you do not want to miss. When checking out Smokey Bones Fire Grill review make sure you to load up on these delicious goodies.

Smokey Bones Fire Grill Review

Check out Smokey Bones Bar + Fire Grill’s Southern Styled Brunch in Fort Lauderdale every Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm.

 

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