The historic East Bay cafe named soon after its city’s canine mayor is under new ownership.
Bosco’s Bones & Brews, named after the world-famous Labrador-Rottweiler who represented Sunol from 1981 until eventually his death in 1994, celebrated its grand opening before this month pursuing a big renovation. The restaurant, situated at 11922 Main Street, is open up day by day from 8 a.m. for breakfast, lunch and meal. And yes, it is unquestionably dog-helpful.
Owner Michael Miller, a longtime Sunolian, procured the restaurant from unique entrepreneurs Mike and Joan Cerny, who opened it in 2005. The saloon-model eatery is acknowledged for classic fare, economical rates and well-liked karaoke nights.
Miller’s changes include things like a complete kitchen overhaul and new flooring in the eating room and ballroom. Restroom, heating and air conditioner upgrades are in the will work, and extra upgrades are expected in 2022, including an exterior paint work that will more intently match the historic building’s architecture.
The making, which dates again to the 1800s, when held a filling station, automobile garage, distillery, brewery and bar frequented by Willie Nelson.
The foods at Bosco’s will stay the same — Americana burgers, steaks and seafood — but with some fashionable touches.
“The menu is nevertheless establishing as we try out new and progressive recipes,” Miller advised the East Bay Occasions. “We presently have tri tip for meal and will be incorporating the significantly-requested primary rib in 2022.”
Glance for breakfast, lunch and dinner served along with craft cocktails and micro brews. And sure, if you purchase a Bosco brew the “tap” will pour beer when Bosco’s leg is lifted.