Boney's Smokehouse is smokin' in its new downtown Denver location
All photos by Brandon Marshall.
Boney's does barbecue "low and slow," its website promises. But in this case, "low and slow" wins the race -- because Boney's just unveiled its new location at 1543 Champa Street, just two doors down from its former home at 1555 Champa.
The bigger, better space will allow owner/operators Lamont and Trina Lynch to not only expand their hours, but expand their menu...and maybe one day add alcohol to the offerings.
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Lamont is a South Florida native, by way of a fourth generation Bahamian family, and his barbecue recipes -- "a lifelong hobby," he says -- reflect that heritage.
They're waiting to expand the menu offerings and hours until they've worked out a few kinks in the new place, Lamont says, but he promises that won't take long.
In the meantime, keep reading for a look at the new Boney's.
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