Kahlua Pig Rolls ($8)
Slow roasted Hawaiian Kahlua pig in a wonton wrapper with pickled cabbage, grilled scallions, and toasted sesame seeds.
Smoked Combo ($13)
The Smoked Combo is available at lunch and comes with servings of the Apple Wine Smoked Ribs, Smoked Brisket, and Beer Belly Chicken.
Taco Trio ($8)
Available on the bar menu, the trio comes with a beef, pork, and chicken taco. Like the Pig Roll, they come in a crispy wonton taco shell and are topped with Sriracha mayo. Also like the Pig Roll, the pork was the standout, especially when accented by the Sriracha.
Bacon App ($8)
A giant slab of applewood smoked pork belly with mustard and fig sauce. This might be the largest single piece of bacon I've ever eaten.
Cuban Sandwich ($10)
A massive sandwich filled with Duroc pork loin, grilled ham, smoked bacon, cheese, mustard, and pickles. With three kinds of pig, the Cuban is packed with flavors. Salty ham, smoky loin and bacon with slightly spicy and pungent mustard, and a sweet pickle.
Pancetta Macaroni and Cheese ($5)
A standard skillet of mac 'n cheese, but with large chunks of pancetta that add a meaty texture to every bite. "One of the ingredients is MAGIC," says Yang.
Bacon Bourbon Old Fashioned
The second no-brainer you'll find at Epic Smokehouse: the Bacon Bourbon Old Fashioned. It's an Old Fashioned made with bacon infused bourbon, muddled orange, cherry, and simple syrup. And a strip of bacon. It's on the sweeter side for an Old Fashioned, but the bacon adds an interesting smokiness. Take a bite of bacon between sips.
Berrytini and Grape Martini
The Berrytini is basically the grown-up version of the Blackberry Lemonade. Berry coulis with vodka and sour mix, it's a little harder and only slightly sweet. The Grape Martini, vodka with grape pulp and a bit of the Korean grape drink, Sac Sac.