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About Frankie Bones Restaurant & Lounge - Hilton Head Island
Frankie Bones Restaurant and Lounge
"Steaks, Chops, Seafood, and Martinis"
Step through the revolving door and into a swanky restaurant with all the style of the Rat Pack era. Big booths, soft lighting and snappy service will take you back to the 50's and 60's big city lounges of Chicago, Las Vegas and New York.
The huge Italian – American menu has something for everyone!
Hand cut steaks, chicken and veal dishes, fresh seafood, pastas,
flatbread pizzas, and house made desserts!
Serving lunch and dinner daily, and our fabulous Brunch every Sunday!
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Italian, American, Steak
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm;
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm;
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Let the professional staff at Frankie Bones cater your next event! Call today for a catering consultation and custom proposal.
Public Lot - Plenty of parking!!
On Bus Line and Taxi Cab accessible.
Private Party Facilities:
Frankie Bones offers two private dining rooms, our lounge for groups of 8 - 14, and The Boardroom for groups up to 42.
Private Party Contact:
Phil LeClaire: (843) 682-4455
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Call us about our next Wine Dinner Event!
Frankie Bones Restaurant & Lounge - Hilton Head Island Ratings and Reviews
We typically love Frankie Bones, we waited an hour and half for our food. And it wasn't as good as usual, must have been a bad night for FB! We've been eating there for years and this was our first medoicre meal. We sat outside and there was a bad smell and bugs.
We hit two Serge Group's high end restaurants this week. FB and Poseidon. Neither of them were worth the money. Stick with One Hot Mama's. The price there matches your expectations, decent food at decent prices. Frankie Bones and Poseidon are overpriced for what you get. Not impressed. :(
Another visit to one of our favorite Hilton Head restaurants. We always dine there several times a year. Consistent, delicious food and good service. Large menu with huge variation in items---seafood, steaks, also Italian, German items, great appetizers, salads, desserts---tough to choose as all are great. Almost too many things to consider. This place stays booked up, so I recommend reservations several days ahead. Went a long while on seafood items, but lately I'm stuck on the Italian items...all very good.
My wife and I were celebrating our anniversary. Frankie's was a very nice restaurant with a good atmosphere. We ordered Italian food. I had the sausage and peppers which was very good. My wife had spaghetti with sausage. The spaghetti sauce was very bland and tasted like plain tomato sauce with no seasoning. The sausage was the same way. I wouldn't advise getting spaghetti. We had peach cheesecake that was exceptional. I would highly recommend it.
In past visits, the food and service were very good. Three of four people on this occasion had a very good experienced. However, my prime rib was serviced pan fryed as opposed to roasted. It was tough to cut and was returned. The waitress and manager offered to replace the prime rib, which I declined.
At the time, the service seemed to be rushed.
We will return to Frankies Bones.
This restaurant was highly recommended by several of our friends, it did not disappoint. From the bread, salad, escargot, stuffed mushrooms, chicken saltimbocca it was all very good. I could see why the place is rockin. Make a reservation! Thanks for a great evening!
Our group of six (four adults, two kids) had diner here one night while on vacation. We were seated promptly, and service was attentive but not overbearing. Between us we had meals from all sections of the menu (I had the baby back ribs). While nobody "ooh-ed" or "aah-ed" over their meals, all the meals were good. There are a lot of restaurants to try in Hilton Head, so the next time we are in the neighborhood we probably won't make a special effort to return, but you could do a lot worse, and if someone in our party wanted to return, I'd have no complaints about having dinner there again.
Our appetizer, seafood stuffed mushrooms, was the only thing that either of us liked. My wife got the scallop special and I got the fettuccine alfredo with grilled salmon. My wife found two pieces of scallop shells when eating hers and the flavor was so rich she could barely eat half of it. My salmon was very bland and pasta so rich I could hardly eat it. It is surprising most of the flavors were so overwhelming, but the salmon had no taste. We were very disappointed as this was the most expensive meal we had in our 5 night trip but was by far our least favorite. Also, my wife got a martini and was unimpressed with it. Had to go to beer and wine after that. After the entree's we decided to go somewhere else for dessert. Overall atmosphere is underwhelming for the island. It sits in the middle of a shopping center. All in all, very disappointed because most reviews are good.
I hate that 3 stars seems like a bad review. It was good, although maybe not quite worth the prices. Not a dining experience I will carry with me because it was so fabulous, however. It is a little annoying that despite having a reservation (at 7:45, mind you), I had to wait 10 minutes, and then was seated at a table in the bar.
We visited Frankie Bones on May 20 for our tenth anniversary dinner. Should you decide to visit this restaurant, make reservations at LEAST 2-3 days in advance if at all possible, or your only availability will be at 9:00pm or later.
The staff was great. Our server did an excellent job. She was personable, had fun with us, and was able to take a joke or two as presented. She instructed us upfront that she had a trainee working with her, so there would be two of them serving us for our meal.
The food was out of this world great. I had the 8 oz. filet with whipped potatoes along with a cup of Lasagna soup (yes soup). My wife had the bone-in pork chop served on a bed of Gouda Mac-N-Cheese along with a salad. Both entrees, the salad, the soup, and side items were excellent. In fact, my wife said the pork chop was one of, if not the, best she's ever had.
Our only "complaint" (excluding the price, which we were aware of when made the reservation) was the amount of time it took to receive our entrees. From the time we sat down, it was only about 10-15 minutes until we got our salad, soup, and bread. As the evening went along, it was close to an hour before we received our entrees. As I said above, the food was excellent ... so that made the wait time before receiving it much more manageable.
Overall, we loved the experience, the food, the service, and the atmosphere. We would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a great meal who doesn't mind the cost of having a great one. "You get what you pay for" with this restaurant.
My wife's Beef Speidini was ordered cooked Med. Rare, but came out red and raw (these are small pieces of beef). After awhile locating our server, she sent it back to be cooked a little more; the server came back and told us it was receiving priority attention. About 20 or 25 minutes later, my wife had decided she didn't want it (or anything more) - we did have salads first, and I was just about done with my dinner (she helped a little), so when a manager showed up with the food and she said she didn't want it anymore - it was too late - he started to explain that it took time to bring it (the small pieces of beef) up to temperature, at which point I couldn't stand the BS anymore, and told him I can cook and if that meat had 5 minutes more heat it would be well done, mot med. rare. He turned on his heel and walked off, saying something I couldn't hear (I hate people who do that - don't have the guts to say something to your face), but I assume it wasn't nice. Anyway that's finished Frankie Bones for us - we had eaten there earlier and enjoyed it, but with a jerk for a manager like that, we will not be back.
There were six of us for an anniversary dinner. We were lucky enough to arrive prior to 6:00 p.m. so got to take advantage of some "early dining" options including wine. Everyone seemed quite happy with their meals. 3 people had the Filet Oscar and 3 of us had the Schnitzel and everything looked and tasted great. Those Schnitzel's are HUGE so we took some home and heated them up along with breakfast the next day.
Our waitress was VERY GOOD and was training another at the same time but they kept up, were very quick, courteous and responsive. The menu is extensive so would definitely like to go back and try some of the other offerings.
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