Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Tavern Road To Become Smoke Shop BBQ

Dear Fort Point Neighborhood Association,

We are excited to announce that Brian Lesser, owner of Tavern Road, is partnering with Chef Andy Husbands of Tremont 647 & the Smoke Shop BBQ (Kendall Square) to rebrand the Tavern Road space as The Smoke Shop BBQ’s second location.

The Smoke Shop BBQ will focus World Champion BBQ American cuisine with a price point that is inviting from families to businesses and everyone in between. We plan to be a place that people can come and grab a sandwich or a full entrĂ©e and enjoy a local craft beer or fine beverage. We feel that we will be perfect for locals as well as visitors to the Children’s Museum, Tea Party Museum, and the Seaport.  Adding high quality BBQ to the area will fill a void for a cuisine that is under represented and darn tasty. 

Chef Andy Husbands has owned Tremont 647 in the south end for 21 years and is involved with the Pilot Block Neighborhood Association, the South End Business Association, and numerous charitable endeavors: most notably The Taste of the Nation (#nokidhngry) at Cruiseport and The Rodman Celebration at the World Trade center.  Last Year he opened the Smoke Shop BBQ, Kendall Square, with his business partner Brian Lesser.

Brian Lesser is the owner of 10 restaurants throughout the city, including Alden & Harlow, Mini Bar, Sweet Cheeks, the Smoke Shop and the now shuttered Tavern Road to name a few.  He is a key part of the success of these restaurants and looks forward to continuing serving the Fort Point neighborhood at the 343 Congress location.

We look forward to meeting everyone and please reach out to us if you have any questions  office@thesmokeshopbbq.com

Andy & Brian

Take an exclusive peek at the new menu..

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