Music will not be the only thing sizzling this summer at Outerland, the nightclub and live music venue at the Martha’s Vineyard Airport: Smoke’n’Bones Restaurant, opposite Tony’s Market in Oak Bluffs, is coming to Outerland for the summer season starting tonight.

This will be Smoke’n’Bones’s third location on Martha’s Vineyard. Their new locale at Outerland will be known as Smoke’n’Bones Up-Island.

A wood-fired barbecue menu — with smoked ribs and chicken, pulled pork and a variety of sides, plus vegetarian options — will be available during show nights at Outerland. The club will offer seated dinner service, including a full bar, from 6 to 8 p.m. to the general public, and until 9pm for ticketed Outerland patrons. A late-night snack menu will be available to ticketed Outerland patrons from 10 p.m. until midnight.

Take-out, available from 6 to 9 p.m., will include barbecue buckets for four, ribs by the half and full rack, half and whole smoked chicken, and pulled pork by the pint and quart.