• Smokey Bones To Open Three New Restaurants in 2015 (2/23/2015) - Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill is igniting company growth with a plan for new restaurants in several U.S. markets. Three new restaurants are set to open in 2015—the first in Peabody, MA on March 9, the second in Mt. Prospect, Ill. (Chicago) in late July, and a third location along the East Coast with […]
  • New Peabody Smokey Bones Opens March 9th (1/20/2015) - Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill is planning to open new restaurants in several US markets. The first of which will be the Peabody, MA location, which was announced in October 2014 and now in the first quarter of 2015 that location will open its door to hungry patrons looking for the edgy casual dining […]
  • Smokey Bones Honors Veterans (11/6/2014) - Tuesday, November 11 is Veterans Day and Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill is honoring those who have served our country all day long with an “on the house” menu tailored by Executive Chef Jason Gronlund, himself a veteran of the United States Army.
  • Firing Up A New Smokey Bones (10/22/2014) - First New Restaurant Opening Since 2006 Set for Peabody, MA in First Quarter 2015
  • Who Will Be Crowned Burger Battle Champs? (6/3/2014) - Smokey Bones Holds 4th Annual Nationwide Burger Battle for Charities
  • How to Play Hooky in March (3/14/2014) - The college hoops tourney is a seasonal ailment that afflicts millions of Americans every March. And according to a survey conducted by the job outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., in just the first two days of the tournament it will cost U.S. employers more than $134 million through lost productivity as a result of employees watching games at work. The good news is that this condition is easily treatable, but it requires a day of rest at a place with plenty of smoked wings and HD televisions. Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill is the recommended treatment center — and this year, it’s offering ways for those afflicted to get out of work for a speedy recovery.
  • Nation’s Biggest Charity Thanksgiving Dinner Gets Bigger (11/1/2013) - Making the annual Thanksgiving meal is a big task. But imagine if the meal had to serve 15,000 people, and consisted of 4,000 pounds of turkey, 3,000 pounds of ham, 800 gallons of gravy, plus all the fixings. This is the meal Jason Gronlund, VP of Culinary at Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill, will be preparing along with an army of volunteers for the annual Helpings From The Heart Thanksgiving Feast in Orlando, Florida. Fortunately, Gronlund has experience in serving up thousands of meals on Thanksgiving, with this being his 18th year making the meal for the Salvation Army.