People eat three times a day to prevent mouthy mouths from brashly blurting out their distaste for the rest of the digestive system. Today’s Groupon prevents intra-system quarreling by subduing chatty cheeks with mesquite eats: for $10, you get $20 worth of classic American fare at the Boneyard Beer Farm & Mesquite Grill in Westlake.
A combination bar, restaurant, and game room, Boneyard gives diners an eating experience that vastly outshines ordinary meals or meals served from trucks parked in ravines. Its hugely gigantically big and large menu includes hearty comfort food, barbeque, burgers, pizza, pasta, salads, and more. Coat fingers in the savory sauce of 12 wings ($8.59) or a full slab of tender, St. Louis-style ribs slathered in Boneyard’s very own barbecue or honey barbecue sauce ($17.99). For a meatberg of a meal, try the BBQ burger, a meat slab drenched with smoked gouda cheese, grilled onions and barbeque sauce ($8.99). Diners wanting a meal as light as a globetrotting eccentric’s hot air balloon can order a grilled veggie wrap ($7.99) or roasted citrus turkey salad ($8.99).
Boneyard thrills ears with live music every weekend, eyes with 4 HD projection screens displaying sporting events over the bar, fingers with a back room flashing with more than 140 video and arcade games, and wee ones with a weekly kids night complete with coloring contests, cartoons, and answers to questions about why hands get wrinkly in the bath.
Boneyard Beer Farm & Mesquite Grill
Boneyard Beer Farm & Mesquite Grill combines hearty eats with entertainment. HDTVs illuminate trays filled with double-patty burgers and St. Louis-style ribs drowned in house made barbecue sauce, as well as 16 types of sandwich including the hand-made, slow roasted pulled pork. On the weekends, live bands take the stage, serenading ears as fingers busy themselves with wings drenched in one of 15 sauces ranging from mild to devilishly hot.