PHOTOS: Boneyard Pub & Grille Now Open

The long awaited new restaurant has quietly opened its doors with a grand opening celebration slated for the near future.

It was in June, owners were in July and proved false.

But now, Boneyard Pub & Grille has finally opened its doors to customers.

The restaurant first had a soft opening on Nov. 16 to work out all the kinks, and then officially opened its doors on Black Friday to customers. While no grand opening has been planned, the business says one is still in the works.

A grand opening, however, hasn’t stopped eager customers from noticing the restaurant opened. Employees say once the electronic sign read “Now Open,” people started pouring in.

The pub & grille itself has three bars, two dining areas, two private banquet areas and enough high-tech gadgetry to make any techie smile. Between the 106-inch projected television, more than 20 flat screen TVs, both Direct TV and Time Warner Cable (to catch all the games) and more, all controlled by an iPad or remote, the place is wired for entertainment.

Joel Berrettini, CEO of IT and Media Solutions, said he is the creative mind behind all the electronics in the restaurant. Berrettini said he typically does six-figure home theaters, including upcoming work for a Milwaukee Brewers player, so the technology at Boneyard won’t disappoint.


  • Open at 11 a.m. daily
  • Closed at 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday
  • Closed at 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday

Daily Specials:

  • Monday – Kids eat free
  • Tuesday – 35-cent wings
  • Wednesday - $6 cheeseburger
  • Thursday – 75-cent boneless wings
  • Friday – Fish fry (cod, perch, catfish or bluegill)
  • Saturday – Beef tenderloin dinner
  • Sunday - $3 bloody Mary’s

Happy Hour:

  • Monday through Wednesday from 3-6 p.m.

Late Night Happy Hour: Friday and Saturday after 9 p.m.

  • $1 off appetizers
  • $5 domestic pitchers
  • $2 domestic bottles
  • $1.50 domestic pints
  • $2 rail drinks
Nancy K December 02, 2011 at 02:28 AM
Too much like the other 2 restaurants on that corner. I really expected to be more "homey" and family oriented. Looks like just another sports bar and grill.
Andy Ambrosius December 02, 2011 at 02:35 AM
That's what I've heard from other residents, and it was so surprising. I went and took the photos before they opened for the day. I'll need to head there for dinner and get the full experience.
Cx2plusE@aol.com December 02, 2011 at 11:46 AM
three sports bars on one corner wow
Andy Ambrosius December 02, 2011 at 05:24 PM
I know. I always thought it'd be cool to open a ton of nice shops in that final empty corner. You could throw a Panera, Jimmy Johns, locally owned gift shop, etc. there.
James Naatz December 03, 2011 at 03:56 PM
I'm just happy to see more options in Sussex. I also very happy to see that these are more "LOCAL" small businesses than the big chains that could be coming in here. Best of luck to them! Jim Naatz - Owner, Fitness Revolution Sussex


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