I do one in my area, you have to have two drinks, I can make it home the 3 miles....you watch for the bartender to card anyone looking under 30, putting tips in right place, how many pours go into a drink. I don't like to mix drinks which you have to do, one (say) vodka and tonic and Margarita, making sure they upsell. Directions are specific if you apply. The bartender should offer the appetizer menu and recommend, must have exact timings and when you get bill, should be in a glass and so on.....
To date, I stand at eight for the year. The first two were returned to me to address issues I had neglected to notate. Fortunately, it was an MSC for whom I had completed in excess of 200 jobs over a 13 years period and they were quite understanding. As we all are aware, shops beings easier with repetition.
The positives of Smokey Bones are a $20 fee, which, predicated upon my experience, is quite unusual for a dining assignment and a relative freedom in ordering. The only negative for me is the shop hours, which in my area are 23:00 to 02:00.
If a non-hotel eatery is involved, as in this case Smokey Bones, give it a whirl. The problem with hotels is the food is so overpriced and those jobs seem to be demanding, if the work goes south on you, it is a much greater loss. After you have experience, that would be the time to consider hotel work.
Look up confidential consumer. They are a small MSC that does a lot of bar integrity and restaurant shops. They want you to look for the obvious but they're not overly complicated.