12 Bones Smokehouse – River Arts District and Hendersonville Rd.
In the River Arts District in Asheville at 5 Foundy Street (next to the Wedge) and at 2350 Hendersonville Rd. of Arden, NC, 28704
12 Bones Smokehouse is casual and laid-back, serving up a tasty lunch/early dinner with take-out service available 4pm-6pm at the Hendersonville location. We serve a wide range of smoked meats as well as seafood, vegetarian items and great sides. Catering – call 606-1395
We make everything from scratch. Our meats are smoked long & slow over select hardwoods. Our recipes are both old family favorites & new ones we’ve just come up with. We believe that simple ingredients & lots of care in preparation make the best food. Some things on the menu change daily…if you can’t live without a rib flavor you had 2 weeks ago, then holler, we’ll make it again if you make enough of a fuss! CLICK HERE FOR OUR SITE AND MENU
Beer, wine and outdoor dining available. Order take-out for an Event, Office Party or Picnic, or rent our Space
RIVER ARTS DISTRICT STORE in ASHEVILLE
Open Mon – Fri 11 am – 4pm CLOSED Sat & Sun
5 Foundy Street, Suite 10
Asheville, NC 28801
Phone (828) 253-4499
SOUTH STORE IN ARDEN
Open Tues – Sat 11am – 4pm *TAKE OUT ONLY 4pm – 6pm* CLOSED Sun & Mon
2350 Hendersonville Road
Arden, NC 28704
Phone (828) 687-1395
Thanks for coming in…
Bryan, Angela, and all of our hard-working staff
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