Smoque BBQ

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Details
3800 N Pulaski Rd (at Grace St)
Chicago, IL 60641
(773) 545-7427
BBQ
$ $
Hours
Tue–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM
Menu
Map

Foursquare Tips

  • Smoque is BYOB. So, feel free to bring along a cold one (or two), or any other libation that suits you.
  • Spareribs are pull-apart tender with a subtle smokiness. The Brisket is beautifully marbled beef is given just the right treatment to yield tender bite after tender bite, whether chopped or sliced.
  • Get a taste of everything by ordering small side portions of pulled pork, brisket, Texas sausage and St. Louis ribs.
  • The best pulled pork ever and the BBQ sauce has just the right amount of heat! I highly recommend!!!
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  • Try the Ribs
  • Get there early because they will sell out of food towards the end of the day.
  • Skip the fries. Though they are good, the other sides (bbq beans, mac n cheese, etc) are far superior and should not be passed up. and the Pulled pork is the dopeness!
  • Pulled pork sandwich w/ mac and cheese (or anything else on the menu).
  • Try the Sliced Brisket Sandwich
  • After 14hrs in the smoker, their moist and tender brisket with a two-layer spice rub and house BBQ sauce finds its way into... more customer's stomachs than any other Smoque offering.
  • The brisket cemita by Cemitas Puebla and Smoque BBQ is one of the 100 best things we ate this year. http://tmout.us/rLOtk
  • Spareribs are pull-apart tender with a subtle smokiness. The Brisket is beautifully marbled beef is given just the right treatment to yield tender bite after tender bite, whether chopped or sliced.
  • Barbecue lovers swear by the magic of Smoque, which manages to draw consistent lines despite the fact it's a schlep and a half away in Irving Park.
  • One word: BRISKET!!
  • get the mac and cheese, and the ribs and the pulled pork and te texas sausage.
  • Bit of a line right now.
  • The ribs sampler (1/2 baby back, 1/2 St. Louis) was awesome. Cole slaw and mac & cheese are very good, but the pecan bourbon bread pudding is the best I've ever had.
  • I'm from Texas, so I know BBQ. Smoque is probably the best BBQ place in the city. Their brisket and pork ribs are where its at. About 15 bucks will get you an entre two sides and a drink. BYOB.
  • The brisket sandwich, the pulled pork, the St. Louis ribs, and even the yummy sides live up to the hype. BYO and get in line.