Smokey Bones' new fall menu includes Jagermeister wings and a prime ribeye

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If you love affordable steak houses, but aren't impressed with the quality of the meat, Florida-based Smokey Bones has something to say about that.

The restaurant, with locations across South Florida, has upped its game with the introduction of a USDA Prime bone-in New York strip steak, sourced from the legendary Allen Brothers, supplier to some of the best steakhouses in the country. The tender, buttery, 16-ounce Prime New York strip steak is served bone-in and pairs perfectly with Smokey Bones’ new smoked mushrooms.

While a cut of this caliber is not typically found in casual dining restaurants, Smokey Bones is offering the Prime steak option at an approachable price, further solidifying its place as the self-proclaimed "Masters of Meat."

The Prime meat addition joins a full menu of sirloins and other proteins new to the menu from ribeyes, filets, porterhouses, ribs, brisket, sausages, burgers, wings, and more. By offering a Prime steak, the highest quality of beef available and the “gold standard” for the protein, customers have even more flavor and price point choices available.

"While many restaurants are eliminating cuts of meat due to shortages and to pare down menus, at Smokey Bones we are doubling down on our protein offerings and adding even more variety,” said CEO James O’Reilly. "Meat is what we do, and it’s important for that to be reflected in our menu with premium steaks and a variety of other protein options for our meat-loving guests."
Photo courtesy of Smokey Bones

Additional new menu items and limited-time offers are hitting the menu this month, just in time for Oktoberfest and football season. The new sharable Fall Sampler, for example, features two types sausages — smoked and jalapeño cheddar — plus house-made spiced pork rinds and pretzels served with Sam Adams Octoberfest beer cheese. The pork rinds are also available on the restaurant's Happiest Hours menu, which features afternoon and late-night specials starting at only $3.

Guests can also enjoy Jägermeister, with its 56 premium ingredients of herbs, blooms, roots, and fruits, in the new Stag Killer cocktail as well as a the new Jäger wings — and even a Jägermeister shot for $5 each.  

All of the new menu items and seasonal features include: 16 oz. Prime Bone-in New York Strip served with two sides ($42.99); Fall Sampler Bavarian-inspired seasonal sampler with smoked sausage, jalapeno cheddar sausage, pretzel bones, and Sam Adams Octoberfest beer cheese dip served with new housemade spiced pork rinds ($19.99); 14 oz. Ribeye served with two regular sides ($32.99) or make it surf and turf by adding six shrimp for $6; Filet Mignon Medallions, a plate of two 4-ounce medallions grilled and served with red wine sauce and two regular sides ($26.99); Smoked Mushrooms hickory-smoked and sautéed with onions and garlic, then finished with fresh herbs and garlic butter available as a side or shareable ($4.99-8.99); Spiced Pork Rinds housemade and dusted with a sweet and spicy dry rub ($5.99); Jäger Wings prepared traditional, smoked, or boneless doused in the classic Jägermeister liqueur and seasoned with herbs and spices ( $9.99-12.99); and the Stag Killer Cocktail a German take on a classic tiki cocktail made with Jägermeister, orange juice, Coconut Re`al, and Red Bull ($9.99).

The best part: it's all available for dine-in and online ordering for curbside pick-up or direct delivery from its restaurants.

Smokey Bones is a casual, full-service restaurant offering barbecue, meats, and award-winning ribs in 62 locations across 16 states. Smokey Bones serves lunch, dinner, and late night fare, and has a full-bar featuring a variety of bourbons and whiskeys; a selection of domestic, import, and local craft beers; and signature, handcrafted cocktails. We offer a variety of meats that are slow-smoked, fire-grilled, and available for dine-in, pick-up, online ordering, catering, and delivery. Smokey Bones offers a 10 percent discount to active duty and veterans with ID. For additional information, visit

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