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The former home of Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill at 201 S. Meridian St. is getting a new tenant after
sitting vacant for more than two years. The Bloomington institution Kilroy’s plans to open a new location
in the 8,700-square-foot space. Restaurateur Paul Murzyn hopes to open in October. The restaurant will reprise
some Kilroy’s favorites, including 40 varieties of Long Island iced tea, 120 different shots and the famous
stuffed breadsticks. The full story from the print IBJ is here.