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T-Bone's Bar & Grill

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815 S Loudoun St, Winchester, VA - Map

(540) 323-1393Bar/Grill Soul Food


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Just had lunch at T-Bone's today and it was their daily special. Would recommend trying this hidden gem. Good food and friendly service.

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I just had T-bones Wednesday. I had the fried chicken and my wife had the cheeseburger with egg. I don't know what place you ate at Perry, but the food was amazing and the prices were GREAT!!! The burger was tasty and HUGE. This has been the best establishment that has been run out of this location, ever hands down. My wife and I are new fans and will be back very soon! Paul Khwaja

Anonymous Reviewer

Review Comment - Thursday, August 11, 2016

There was a better one there back in the 70's. It was called the Mel-Max Room. I still refer to the location by that name.

Anonymous Reviewer

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On Friday, April 3, 2015 I had lunch at T-Bone's Bar & Grill at 815 South Loudoun Street in Winchester to see what this new restaurant, opened on March 27, had to offer.

Hours are Monday, closed; Tuesday-Thursday, 11:00 AM-10:00 PM; Friday, Saturday, 11:00 AM-2:00 AM; Sunday, 11:00 AM-8:00 PM. Carryout service is available, and the phone number is (540) 773-3521.

The entrance has two steps up and is not wheel-chair accessible; it's between two windows and has no vestibule. There is a single room, with a pair of high-rise tables and chairs to your right and a single high-rise table and chair to your left, in the window.

Further back on the right is an L-shaped bar with six chairs on the long side and three stools on the short side. A wide-screen TV is on the back wall. Three booths are along the left wall, and two tables for four are in the room's center.

The floor is hardwood, and the ceiling is off-white, and the walls are painted blue, with minimal decorations of ethnic scenes along one wall.

The Daily Special menu has Pork Chops on Tuesday, Fried Chicken on Wednesday, Meat Loaf on Thursday, Sausage and Gravy or Fish on Friday, Ribs or Pig's Feet on Saturday. Every-day Specials are T-Bones or Wings. The cost of two sides is included with the entrees; except for Ribs and Pig's Feet.

The regular menu lists Appetizers, Salads, Sandwiches, Soup, Kids Menu, Sides, and Beverages. The appetizers include Fried Pickles, and the beverages are Coke, Sprite, Ginger Ale, Diet Coke, and Orange. The bar has beer, wine and whiskey.

I had lemonade to drink because there was no Dr. Pepper or Mr. Pibb. I ordered from the sandwich Menu, choosing a cheeseburger, which came with chips and a pickle.

A toothpick was in the pickle, and I stabbed it into the cheeseburger to keep the beef from sliding out. It was a somewhat average burger, and nothing exceptional.

The last time I had eaten at this address it was The Twilight Zone, and before that, when it was the Mel-Max Restaurant, successor to Burton's Cafe. I considered that it will probably be just a neighborhood hangout, and not for my list of keepers.

Perry Crabill