“Red, White and Que” at Smoke Daddy

Fourth of July Weekend Boasts BBQ, Beers and Bands
Friday, July 2 – Sunday, July 4
What’s more American than BBQ fare, domestic beer and local bands? Smoke Daddy celebrates America’s birthday throughout the Fourth of July weekend with the following patriotic menu, in addition to free live music.
Friday, 10 p.m. Fulton County Line
(country rock)

Saturday, 10 p.m. Rockin Johnny Band

Sunday, 7 p.m. Fulton County Line
(country rock)
Red, White and Que Menu
PBR Bottles $3 
“Stars and Stripes Sampler”
Generous portion of spare ribs, baby back rips and rib tips with two side dishes $24.95
“Born in the USA Burger”
Bacon Cheeseburger with side $10.50
“Uncle Sam’s Salad”
Mixed greens, apples, walnuts, blue cheese, raisins with chicken or pulled meat $11
“Land of the (Meat) Free”
BBQ Veggie Sandwich with side $8.50
“Country’s Comfort Food”
Mac and Cheese $4
“As American as Apple Pie”
Southern Fried Apple Pie $6
If you’re grilling out at home or attending a Fourth of July BBQ, Smoke Daddy’s famous sauces are available at the restaurant, online or at Chicagoland area stores (complete retail list available). 

Dine-in and Carryout Hours
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m.-midnight
Sunday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Smoke Daddy Rhythm and BarBQue
1804 West Division
Chicago, IL 60622


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