Legendary location is revived by local entrepreneurs for the people of Fairhope and all to enjoy

Bobby Kilpatrick and Noell Broughten, owners of The Bone and Barrel of FairhopeNoell Broughton and Bobby Kilpatrick have been friends for years. Twenty years ago, Bobby worked for Noell at his restaurant, 14 South on Church Street in Fairhope. Even in the early stages of their work relationship the idea of their someday partnering was a dialogue. After the restaurant sold each went on to pursue different interests in the food and entertainment industry. Bobby remained in Baldwin County while Noell, a Mobile native, focused his efforts in the Port City. Noell’s longevity and success in Mobile has been proven by businesses such as Cafe 615, Boo Radley’s, The Brickyard, The Bar and Noell B’s – just to name a few. Bobby and Noell first partnered on an Eastern Shore drinkery, PLOW in 2014, after Bobby’s business My Place was unable to renew the lease on the building in which the bar was contained. Then along came another opportunity. Kilpatrick had always admired the location at 311 Fairhope Avenue. After seeing several businesses unsuccessful in that spot, he knew he could make it work. So Bobby, Noell and Dave Shipman drew up an agreement and gave it a name, The Bone and Barrel. The guys have classed it up but left that rustic touch and are incredibly pleased with the way it has turned out. They give credit where credit is due and realize that they are only as good as the people that they hire. They have put together an incredible staff that makes their job a dream. Music is scheduled on the back patio every Tuesday and Thursdays through Saturdays. There is also a patio bar and outdoor seating in addition to the main bar and dining area and upstairs bar, balcony, and dining room. The guys had fun creating a menu of casual fare to make sure there was something for everyone to enjoy. Soups and salads, appetizers of Conecuh bacon, sugar cane shrimp, fried ribs, wings, pan seared crab cakes, blue crab dip and more! Between the Buns boasts of burgers and chicken sandwiches, seared tuna, shrimp and oyster poboys, soft shelled crab, cuban sandwich and even slow roasted beef. Entrees include a fried spinach and goat cheese grits dish topped with shrimp and tomato gravy, an 18 oz bone in ribeye and a daily pasta. Tuesdays for Boozy Bluesy Tuesday featuring a live solo artist, drink and appetizer specials. The Bone and Barrel is open daily at 11am. The Bone and Barrel, 311 Fairhope Avenue, Fairhope (251) 990-0782 • Facebook “Bone and Barrel”

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