Nestled approximately 18 miles from Idaho Falls, Idaho, in the foothills of the Blackfoot Mountain Range, Steele-N-Jo’s Bone is a unique connection destination unlike any other in southeast Idaho. The uniqueness of the venue is as genuine as its history. Bone has been the connection stage since the early 1900’s where the community has gathered to create memories by enjoying music, dancing, camping, weddings, celebrations, recreation, and of course food and drink.
Steele-N-Jo’s Bone offers a unique connection experience for
friends and loved ones. Wi-Fi is definitely not a thing at
Steele-N-Jo’s, so come prepared to entertain each other with actual
We accommodate about 50 people comfortably in the colder months and about 100 people during the summer months.
Our menu is simple. Our signature smoked pulled pork sandwiches, smoked barn yard tacos, smoked buttered chicken bonemade chili, soup, and tater salad will not disappoint. They are as genuine as Bone’s charm and character. We rotate the menu on a regular basis to keep things interesting! The only way you’re leaving here hungry is by choice, not by design.
Full disclosure, we are NOT fine or casual dining or fast food - we are destination connection food. Our menu is designed to be simple, filling, and easy. We are small, we are remote, we are unique…we are BONE. Like our momma always said, ya get what ya get and you don’t throw a fit. If ain’t got the patience to wait, then on your way out close the gate. Amen.
Bone was founded by Orion Yost Bone, who settled southeast of Idaho Falls around 1910. He found a need for a general store in his new community, so he moved a schoolhouse from Birch Creek to Bone and named it the Bone Store.
The Bone Store has experienced several transformations over the years and has changed ownership numerous times. Each owner has brought their own unique atmosphere. One thing that has stayed the same is the connection vibe that has given everyone a sense of belonging and feeling of home. We purchased The Bone Store from Mandy Jo and the late Chris Blake. They remodeled the venue significantly in 2011 and brought about an entirely different type of charm and enchantment.
Their vision was to create a destination where people could come and relax, visit, enjoy some good music, great food, and ice-cold drinks. We intend to carry on with their legacy; while adding a few nuances of our own.
We know our place will always be known as The Bone Store. The brands that adorn the ceiling tell the treasured tale of the ranchers who have left their mark since the mid-1900s.The long-time tradition of putting dollar bills on the ceiling continues to this day as a way of telling stories, making memories, and saying “I was here” for many who have come to call Bone their home away from home. Like the brands and dollar bills on the ceiling, we’ve put our brand on the wall. The brand of Steel-n-Jo’s Bone is inclusive of connection, belonging, and value of time. We left off store, bar, pub, grill, etc on purpose. We are Bone, where your heart feels at home. There is something for everyone here. C’mon up and experience the connection vibe for yourself.
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