Restaurant Review Boneshaker Public House (Rocklin, CA)

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Restaurant Review Boneshaker Public House (Rocklin, CA)


Boneshaker Public House

September 30, 2017

Boneshaker Public House
2168 Sunset Blvd
Rocklin, CA 95765
(916) 259-2337



Armed with a vision of building a local, family-friendly watering hole and gastro pub, where passionate craft beer drinkers could imbibe on an ever-changing menu of beer, in 2011, JJ Anderson and wife, Kaytie with the support of partner, Sue Decker transformed the former Pita Pit location in Rocklin into a rustic, warm and intimate pub environment where the community can comfortably eat, drink and be merry. Through the support of our many friends, family members, patrons, locals, beer-geeks from far and wide, distributors and breweries, Boneshaker has become one of the region’s premier craft beer joints.


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Black Vinyl Dirty Works IPA                                                                                   16oz / $6.25

Boneshaker Public House

Black Vinyl Face Plant Triple IPA                                                                                   9oz / $5.00


Philly Mac                                                                                                                           $12.50

slow smoked tri tip, red onions, mushrooms and red & green pepper

Boneshaker Public House  



Great little spot in Rocklin for connoisseurs of craft beers and tasty mac n’ cheese. They had close to 30 different of IPAs, stouts, ales, and even ciders on tap most of which were from California craft breweries. In addition they have 9 different specialty mac n’ cheeses.

Boneshakers is self seating and a bit on the smaller side however, there is also outdoor patio seating. You order at the bar and they give you a number for your meal and bring it to your table.

I had to try one of the mac n’ cheeses and after going back and forth I finally decided on the Philly Mac was good, it was creamy, succulent, and delicious with a little bit of spice. However, it really it needed more meat, as it was just a bit too sparse and for $12.50 I expected more. I also didn’t find any green peppers that were listed on the menu.

I will definitely go back to Boneshakers on a return trip to Rocklin and probably give the Blind Pig Mac n’ Cheese a pork delight with bacon, brat, pulled pork, mozzarella and cheddar a try. Hopefully there will be a little more meat in it.




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