Tom Boucher of Great NH Restaurants, owner and CEO of T-BONES, CJ’s, Cactus Jack’s, and Copper Door opened his newest restaurant, T-BONES in Concord. This is the company’s sixth T-BONES Great American Eatery.
The occupancy of the restaurant is 307 people, including over 250 seats in the dining room and bar, a private dining room, and outdoor dining terrace. Location and visibility on the highly traveled I-93 was a crucial part of the decision to move forward with the Concord T-BONES project.
According to a press release, the restaurant was originally scheduled to open in May, but, with the many challenges of the last few months including statewide mandates, the opening date was delayed. “We are so pleased to be opening the doors and finally be able to share this beautiful building and location with our guests and the Concord community," said Boucher.
Concord T-BONES general manager is Jay Bolduc who started his career 24 years ago as a server and has worked his way through the ranks to become an owner and manager. “It’s certainly been a challenging year, but through it all, I am convinced that New Hampshire is without a doubt the best place to live in the country!” he said.
The restaurant will serve made-from-scratch classics and American fusion, but in a slightly modernized dining room and bar design. All of the Americana themed décor and paintings are the product of artist Dana Boucher, Tom Boucher’s wife. (www.BreathofFreshArt.com) The location also features a 40-person private dining space called The Revolution Room.
T-BONES Concord will employ roughly 125 hospitality workers. Anyone interested in the joining the Great NH Restaurants team is welcome to apply at T-BONES.com/careers.