(Columbia, S.C.) February 5, 2019 - The BullStreet District's eclectic southern cuisine restaurant — Bone-In Barbeque — is now serving brunch every Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Along with the addition of Saturday lunch hours, chef Scott Hall has created a new menu featuring specialties for Columbia’s brunch crowd.
“We have had our sights set on launching brunch at Bone-In since we opened in the spring of 2018 and seeing it come to life has been a fun and rewarding experience,” said Hall. “We are excited to share the new menu with our customers.”
Bone-In Barbeque's new brunch menu offers dishes for diners who appreciate items both sweet and savory —from the crowd favorite Saturday Morning Cartoon Plate loaded with Fruity Pebbles pancakes, and hearty sides of house bacon, cheesy eggs and seasonal fruit, to southern staples like Brisket Hash and Catfish & Grits.
Guests can also order sharable snacks like the Pastry Basket, featuring house-made baked goods served with a side of lavender compound butter and fresh marmalade. For those who aren’t keen on brunch, items from Bone-In’s standard lunch menu are still available during Saturday brunch hours.
The new brunch specialties are accompanied by a list of tasty libations unique to Bone-In Barbeque. Guests can sip on a Brandy Alexander made with cereal-infused cream or stick to the classics with a Bloody Mary or Mimosa, with both original and seasonal offerings available.
Bone-In Barbeque is located at 2180 Boyce Street, Columbia, SC 29201. The phone number for the restaurant, catering and pick-up orders is 803-728-7512. The general inquiry email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit http://www.boneinbarbeque.com and follow @BoneInBBQSC and the hashtag #BoneInBBQSC on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
About Bone-In Barbeque
Opened in Spring 2018 in the BullStreet District, Bone-In Barbeque is the premier barbeque and Southern eclectic dining experience in Columbia, S.C. Bone-In Barbeque is independently owned by Chef Scott Hall, a Midlands native who practiced in many New York City kitchens and has appeared on the Cooking Channel, Bravo, Travel Channel and in GQ and Smithsonian magazines. Located in the historic Ensor building, with a spacious outdoor patio extending onto the entrance plaza of Segra Park [F.K.A. Spirit Communications Park], home to the Columbia Fireflies Minor League Baseball team, Bone-In Barbeque is not your standard meat-and-three BBQ joint. The restaurant offers a casual menu of scratch-made recipes focused on high-quality ingredients and conscientious cooking techniques, with a formidable cocktail program, craft beers, frosé, house-baked breads, and housemade pickles and desserts at a remarkably accessible price point in a relaxed, welcoming environment. For more information, visit http://www.boneinbarbeque.com and follow @BoneInBBQSC on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. #BoneInBBQSC