The Settlement Smokehouse will still serve rib eye steaks, like this one from the former Bone-In, but they are now using a better grade of meat.


The east side’s Bone-In Steakhouse is now The Settlement Smokehouse Victuals Libations.

Along with the name change, the restaurant’s owner, Gary Sneva, also tweaked the menu to include fish entrees and a couple of salads, said manager Annie McGinnis.

They also upgraded their meat to Black Angus beef, including adding a filet mignon “to appeal to a broader group of people.”

The Settlement Smokehouse is the latest incarnation for the building, which has housed a steakhouse of one sort or another for more than 40 years. For 25 of those years it was Webb’s Old Spanish Trail Steak House.

See the full story and more restaurant news in Thursday's Caliente.