Maumee >Smokey Bones
disaster. My wife and I dined at Smokey Bones Saturday,April 21,2012.The ribs were supposed to be St.Louis cut,whatever that is.They were impossible to cut and consisted of fat and gristle with almost no edible meat on them.After several attempts to separate them my wife and I gave up and ate the potato and cole slaw.These ribs were the most disgusting and and unappetizing cuts of mystery meat I have ever had the misfortune to purchase.Stay far away from this place.R Lloyd
waitress'. how we were seated , the uncareing attitude we were treated by the waitress .we ask for a place to sit that I could see the TV that had the base ball game on, since the TV's are messed up and they could not change the channels , the promble was she didn't want to put the waitress out by stepping 2 steps to serve us, we were to sit where she wanted us . I would not have been up set was the place full, but there was lots of tables open, so if you are ever in the JOHNSON CITY area an visit Smoky Bones ask that the manager seats you , you might get a TV that work,,GOOD LUCK......Earl ODOM
Toledo BBQ. While in Toledo, and being from KC, I had a taste for some BBQ; so I thought I would give this place a try. I did ask and Smokey Bones is a restraint chain. However all things considered the BBQ was not bad at all. Their ribs were St. Louis style and not too bad, the pulled pork was moist and had a light smokey flavor. The sausage was smoked, but it really tasted like polish sausage, good, but nothing special as far as the BBQ sausage category. I also tried the baked bean, they were ok, but were missing the special touch that the individualized BBQ places seem to add. The sauce was sweet, but did have a very strong vinegar overtone. All in all not too bad, not the best, but my no means the worst BBQ I have ever had, not a bad place for a quick BBQ fix while on the road.
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