At the busy intersection of Route 47 and Route 126 sits one of Kendall County’s premier BBQ restaurants: Smokey’s. With a diverse menu selection that includes ice cream, gyros, burgers, and more, the primary attraction of the Smokey’s menu remains its authentic, slow-cooked, smoked-in-house, BBQ. The commitment to quality and value is evident in the menu, the facility, and the friendly staff, setting the experience at Smokey’s far above a typical quick-serve establishment.
The menu features standard carry-out and drive-thru offerings such as burgers, Italian beef and sausage, gyros, hot dogs, salads, and chicken, but the real treasure is found in the BBQ selection. Items such as beef brisket, pulled pork, baby back ribs, and BBQ half-chicken are all available, and representative of Smokey’s commitment to high-quality BBQ. The careful preparation vital to superior BBQ is evident in the pulled pork sandwich, for example. The meat, tender, juicy, and well-seasoned, is well-cooked and consistent throughout the sandwich, and the special-recipe BBQ sauce provides the signature flavor that pushes the flavor over the top.
Reasonable prices and hearty portions complete the Smokey’s experience: burgers from $3 to $4; beef and sausage around $5 to $6; specialty sandwiches from $4 to $6; and even chicken, fish, or shrimp baskets from $7 to $8. Kid’s meals are available as are a selection of salads and hot dogs. Ice cream cones, floats, flurries, shakes, malts, and sundaes in a wide variety of flavors and combinations are also available from $3 to $5. The BBQ selection consists of beef brisket on French bread for around $6, pulled pork on a bun for around $5, or the “Pit Boss” of beef brisket, pulled pork, onion rings, and topped with cole slaw for around $6. Featured dinners include a half or full slab of baby back ribs for around $12 to $19 respectively. Rib tips, pulled pork, beef brisket, and a BBQ half chicken from $8 to $11, or a plate featuring a choice of two or three meats is also available for the true BBQ connoisseur. Enjoy one of the beers from their selection to complete the BBQ experience. In addition to sides such as french fries, cole slaw, mashed potatoes, baked beans, and corn on-the-cob are also available.
The clean facility features a comfortable dining room and friendly staff and is located at 1002 South Main Street, Yorkville, at the intersection of Route 47 and Route 126. The phone number is 630-553-1515. Catering is available as are regular specials and daily home-made soups. Always best to call for details. The website, available by clicking here, features a look at the menu and details on catering. Hours are from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. most every day, with exceptions for winter hours, closing at 8 p.m. on Sunday.
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