House-made barbecue, local sauces, and award-winning chili is the name of the game at this no-frills eatery. And the location on the Waterway makes it a nice place to relax and fill up on some good food.
Smokin’ Hot Grill & BBQ Food
The menu here is full of both classic and creative items that are fresh off the grill. To get a taste of what’s to come, start with a Smokin’ Chicken Quesadilla with pulled chicken, peppers, onions, and cheese, or some Pulled Pork Nachos with tomatoes, onions, jalapenos, cheese, and sour cream. If that’s not what you’re in the mood for, have a bowl of Paul’s Rockin’ Chili or some Brunswick Stew (smoked meats, potatoes, corn, tomato base). For things on buns, the options include pulled pork or chicken sandwiches, burgers, and hot dogs.
Sizzlin’ Suppers is the name of the entrée section, and that’s where things get imaginative. The Grilled BBQ Burrito is one of their specialties, and comes with pulled pork, cole slaw, baked beans, cheese, and a drizzle of their house barbecue sauce after it comes off of the grill. They also offer a Grilled Taco Trio, which is what you’d expect, but with fresh grilled meat and tortillas. Of course, as a BBQ joint they have to offer ribs and pulled pork, and they do – award-winning ones, in fact.
For dessert, you can make your own Smokin’ Hot Smores over a tabletop fire, or let them do the work and get the Fried Banana Cheesecake.
Smokin’ Hot Grill & BBQ Atmosphere
The back patio overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway, making this an ideal place to eat and drink on sunny days. Otherwise, the vibe is as casual as you would expect a BBQ joint to be.
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