Every year boat owners at Prince William Marina take veterans out for a cruise, feed them dinner, and salute their service. Dixie Bones was honored when the organizers let us bring the barbecue.
Dixie Bones fed 2,250 middle schoolers from the Knoxville area at the Ironto Rest Stop near Roanoke. The kids are touring Washington over the weekend.
On May 22, the Washington Post listed Dixie Bones as one of the best barbecue places in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
Toni & Gricelda – two of the main reasons Dixie Bones’ takeout is so fast and accurate.
Every Memorial Day we celebrate our veterans, and Rolling Thunder comes to Washington. What great fun!
Sometimes after eating at the Dixie Bones’ Sunday buffet, you just have to lay down a rest for a bit before going home.
Dixie Bones – Southern Style BBQ at Your Service
Dixie Bones manager, Shannon Patterson, has published a new inspirational book entitled, “Jump Off The Front Porch“. It was a pleasure to attend the book launch in Fredericksburg on April 26. The picture is of some of the guests who attended.
We are pleased to announce our new web site. We hope you find it easier to navigate and contains the information about Dixie Bones you are seeking. If you have any questions, please call or email us. Thanks for looking us up.