We stopped in Waynesboro specifically to eat at Bogart's at the recommendation of our tour guide at the Thomas Wolfe museum in Asheville. We were en route to Cherokee and it was kind of in between lunch and dinner, so the parking problems that other reviewers have mentioned was not an issue. We were not quite sure what to make of the place when we walked in; it looked a little anachronistic, like a 50s or 60s supper club/steakhouse - a little dark, a lot of rustic, knotty wood. And perhaps it was the time of day, but the clientele seemed a bit geriatric, so i was a little concerned that the food might be on the neutral/bland side. But it turned out to be very tasty, and a good value. We started out wiht the Broccoli Bites as an appetizer, and they were delicious - crispy batter on the outside, and the broccoli firm and flavorful inside. I had the steak salad, which was made up of an 8 ounce ribeye cooked to order, nice crispy greens, cheese, tomatoes and cucumbers, while my friends had the 8 ounce ribeye dinner. All of our steaks were cooked perfectly and full of flavor, and my companions said that they enjoyed their sides. In retrospect, i wish I had left room for dessert, as it seemed like the type of place where they would be good, but we were too full to even try the Mini Desserts of key lime, red velvet and tiramisu.
Our server was very attentive and cheerful, keeping our drinks filled without being obtrusive. All in all, it was an enjoyable meal, and well worth the stop.