Smokey Mae’s Brings Barbecue Worth a Drive to Mansfield
May 4, 2017 - bbq set
This weekend, Smokey Mae’s Pit BBQ will strictly make a entrance in Mansfield, and copiousness of Dallasites are going to wish to make a expostulate to check out a metroplex’s newest smokehouse.
Announced around a Facebook page, Smokey Mae’s Pit BBQ is set to open a doors during 8120 Rendon Bloodworth Road in Mansfield this weekend. The enormous new grill grill is a plan of former Fred’s Texas Cafe cook and pitmaster Rodney Lambert, who brings a lengthy, smoke-covered family story to his newest concept.
According to Smokey Mae’s lore, a grill originated in a 1920s, when a founders’ grandmother (a.k.a. Mama Mae) allegedly used a deliciously sharp fragrance of smoked meats to cover a marks of her husband, who was distilling bootleg moonshine. In gripping with this tradition, Smokey Mae’s will also have copiousness of (legal) white whiskey on a menu.
As distant as a ‘cue is concerned, Smokey Mae’s will offer adult a menu of normal Texas grill mainstays by a pound, including brisket, chicken, and sausage. Those proteins can be piled onto a sandwich, or maybe pressed into one of a restaurant’s “Big A$$ Taters.”
Smokey Mae’s Pit BBQ will strictly open a doors during 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 6.