Back in January 2019
Enjoy toe tapping music the Smokey’s way!
Live from 8pm till late
Every Friday and Saturday night.
Starting August 3rd
Starting with the ‘Plain Jane’ our house flavour, which is mild but full of flavour, and going up to our ‘Sweet Chilli Cherokee’, a sweet blend of hot spices created by the Cherokees of Tennessee in the 18th century.
Our flavours are a mixture of dry rubs and wet sauces, pick the one thatsuits you.
At Smokey’s we love our chicken
We source our chickens from established UK farms that are red tractor approved The farms pride themselves on their chicken’s welfare, the chickens live out there life totally free range and outdoors on established English pasture.
We cook our chickens from fresh to order to keep quality high and have created six different flavours to enhance the meat
The cake counter
The Folktale of Smokey
The man behind the madness
Rising above the Tennessee border is the Appalachian mountain range, deep within this vast forest lays a small village, a village, which does not stand out but instead looks like it grew from the trees below. At first glance summer walkers may think it’s completely abandoned but that’s far from the truth. The village is home to a single occupant, a weathered looking man who seems as old as the village itself. A man of legend and a man riddled with secrets.
According to legend Smokey was found as a baby by the Cherokee elders, near a magical lake hidden deep within the mountains valleys. The lake was rumoured to have been inaccessible to European settlers and contained mystical powers of youth, which begged the question “How did he get there?” Nicknamed “Dutsusdu” meaning ‘Smokey’ by the elders, the name stuck and soon Smokey became one of their own.
Many moons later Smokey grew old but his health stayed strong. Was it the lake of youth? We like to think it was the chicken he ate!