We went to the Smokehouse, which, as the name suggest, specializes in assorted smoked meats. As such, there was not, at least in my book, a thing that could possibly go wrong with this meal.
Our group was lucky enough to have someone with us who was intimately acquainted with the menu, so we were steered in the right direction from the get-go. J ordered us the Chips & Dip to start. Anywhere that serves freshly cooked potato chips with sweet homemade onion dip is absolutely getting two thumbs up from this girl. The onion dip was creamy, but with obvious onion pieces. It was a little sweeter than most onion dips, but I liked it. The chips were crunchy and fresh. It was perfect for the five of us to split.
|Looks good to me. Nice and casual, but really tasty.|
|I know these look pink, but that happens when you smoke things. I promise these were fully cooked.|
|The mac & cheese was super creamy. Just how I like it.|
|Perfect kid's portion, but not necessarily featuring the normal kid's food.|
|Let's play "Name That Cut of Steak." Filet Mignon, NY Strip, Ribeye, or Top Sirloin?|
|This was mine. See the color on the veggies?|
|P added the sauces to her pork before she took this picture.|
|Peanut butter pie. Loved the chocolate crust.|
|Key Lime Pie. My favorite.|