Bone-In BBQ coming to BullStreet in 2017

Bone In
 Chef Scott Hall, owner of Scott Hall Catering and the Bone-In Artisan BBQ on Wheels food truck announces a new brick-and-mortar location for Bone-In Barbeque, bearing the distinction of being the first restaurant to locate in the BullStreet neighborhood.

Bone-In Barbeque will be located in the historic Ensor Research Laboratory building, adjacent to the entry plaza of Spirit Communications Park (home of the Columbia Fireflies Minor League Baseball team), with roll-up garage doors and a large outdoor patio where guests can meet up for a local beer or craft cocktail before and after games.

Bone-In Barbeque anticipates opening its doors in Fall 2017.

The casual dining restaurant will feature a full bar along with a Southern BBQ menu. The 3,600 square foot building will include spacious indoor setting along with a large outdoor patio and a private dining room that can hold 15-20 guests.

The dining room will also be perfect for events or special occasions.

About Bone-In Barbeque

Opening Fall 2017 in the BullStreet neighborhood, Bone-In Barbeque will be the premier barbeque and Southern eclectic dining experience in Columbia, S.C. Bone-In Barbeque is independently owned by Chef Scott Hall, a Midlands native who practiced in New York City kitchens such as Prune and has appeared on the Cooking Channel, Bravo, the Travel Channel and in GQ and Smithsonian magazines. Located in the historic Ensor building, with a spacious outdoor patio extending onto the entrance plaza of Spirit Communications Park at BullStreet, Bone-In Barbeque is not your standard meat-and-three BBQ joint. The restaurant offers a casual menu of scratch-made recipes focused on high-quality ingredients and conscientious cooking techniques, with a formidable cocktail program, house-baked breads, and housemade charcuterie and desserts at a remarkably accessible price point in a relaxed, welcoming environment. For more information, visit and follow @BoneInBBQSC on Facebook and Twitter.  

About Chef Scott Hall


A Midlands native, Chef Scott Hall cooked for a decade in New York City, where he earned a spot in the kitchen at acclaimed restaurant Prune and went on to co-found a full-service catering company before returning to South Carolina in the late 2000s. After launching the Bone-In Artisan BBQ on Wheels food truck in 2010, Hall appeared on the Cooking Channel television shows, “Man Fire Food” and “Eat St.” which also was aired on Food Network Canada and Food Network Europe, as well as the Travel Channel’s “BBQ Crawl” and Bravo’s “Newlyweds.”

His work was recognized in GQ and Smithsonian magazines, as well as a wide array of Midlands and S.C. press outlets. Hall set his focus in recent years on growing Scott Hall Catering, for which Hall will utilize the commercial restaurant kitchen at Bone-In Barbeque to increase capacity and expand operations.

Scott Hall Catering is a full-service catering firm known for its weddings and special event work such as the Columbia Museum of Art gala 2017; galas and employee events for Palmetto Health and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina; the wedding of ABC Columbia anchor Alicia Barnes; the CVSC Green Tie Luncheon, and the passed hors d’oeuvres at the 2016 Gervais St. Bridge Dinner. Chef Hall is the founder of the X Marks the Spot pop-up dinner series, known for its outside-the-box creative themes and boundary-breaking, performance-based dinner experiences. Hall also co-owns and operates Corley Mill House and Garden in Lexington with his family.

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