Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 23, 2014
Smoke & Barrel, located in Adams Morgan is Washington, DC’s best barbecue restaurant according to the Washington Post. The Washington Post writes:
“Barbecue enthusiasts, forget your unending debates over saucy wet ‘cue vs. the spicy dry kind: Smoke & Barrel serves both. The Adams Morgan beer and bourbon house is perhaps best known for its crispy smoked vegan wings, which executive chef Logan McGear admits “is something you normally don’t see at a barbecue spot.” He recommends pairing them with the jalapeno cheddar grits or the mashed potatoes. L.M.”
About Smoke & Barrel
Smoke and Barrel strives to offer a creative take on barbeque, a global look at food-friendly craft beer, and a Kentucky bias for our list of over 100 fine whiskeys. They provide a casual environment and warm knowledgeable service for you to enjoy their unique interpretation of country cooking. They focus on delicious smoked pork and brisket, but offer vegetarian and vegan items as well
Jace Gonnerman curates an exceptional, ever-changing list of 24 draft beers and a cask offering alongside a list of craft cans and hard to find bottles.
For the whiskey lover, they have selected some of the finest the world has to offer, and present them in modern variations of classic cocktails.
Smoke & Barrel takes limited reservations which can be made on the website. They do not accept reservations on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Smoke & Barrel is open seven days a week. We serve dinner from 5pm - 11pm Sunday - Thursday and 5pm - Midnight on Friday and Saturday. In addition, they serve brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Most of the menu items are smoked for many hours and everything is subject to availability. When it's gone for the night, it's gone.
For more information email Victoria Michael at victoria(at)vmpublicrelations(dot)com or visit http://smokeandbarreldc.com