Nanobeerz - you are correct regarding Smoky Oak's food. It is poor - pretty much everything on the menu is underwhelming. Among other mistakes: they use far too much sugar in all their cornbread, batter, etc.
The BBQ is poor to put it mildly.
But I find their beer selection pretty good - you kind of need to know which of the taps are new and which ones are old. But they have a nice selection of tall boy bottles too - things like Rogue Chocolate Stout, etc.
This pretty much sums up their food:
Last few times I have been to Smoky Oak to have a beer with friends, I stopped at Barberito's for a burrito first.
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Those roundtable meetings are a sham - they are limited to the narrow topics she specifies for the meetings and other questions (like her shifting positions on I-526) are not allowed.
TNR is cruel and misguided - both in terms of feral cats and NATIVE WILDLIFE. All those kitties that get released back into the wild go back to killing birds, lizards, frogs, etc. etc.
Housecats are not native to North America and they belong indoors - period. Once captured, they should never be released outdoors - they are killing machines.
Bleeding-heart TNR advocates are ignoring the CRUELTY they are doing to native wildlife - particularly songbirds.
Totally ignorant + slanted article - Moredock should be ashamed.
Sorry but the menu just doesn't appeal to me. The cornbread and chicken rice porridge are the only things even vaguely of interest. The menu is too carnivore-heavy, with too much off-putting stuff like fennel, curry, cured-this, pickled-that, etc. They should have some mild + crowd-pleasing "safety valve" options to absorb the alcohol, but Cornbread is about it for that... The Flounder would be promising if grilled or fried, but they ruin it with fennel.
Artrogue - anyone with your horrible spelling and punctuation skills should NEVER start their post by saying "I really thought you smarter than this."
And you are not even consistent in your errors!
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