Smokin’ HOT Menu

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Appetizer Specials:
10-10 BBQ’s Loaded Nachos – Nachos topped with pulled pork, sliced brisket, cheese, sour cream, & mild banana peppers….$14

2-Pulled Pork or Pulled Chicken Tacos……..$7…or Brisket $10

Tossed Garden Salad with Chicken…$8….with Brisket…$10 (Ranch, French, Blue Cheese or Italian Dressing)

Pulled Chicken Sandwich with 2 sides….$11

Pulled Pork Sandwich with 2 sides…..$12 (Top w/ Coleslaw available)

Ribs with 2 sides….$17 (Half & Full Rack available)

Brisket Sandwich with 2 sides…$19

2 Ribs, Pulled Pork Slider, Brisket Slider & 2 sides…$18


Mac Salad 

Potato Salad

Bacon Mac & Cheese

Firehouse Baked Beans

Salt Potatoes

Cheesy Potatoes ($4.)

Black Beans & Rice

Make any Sandwich a Kids Meal with 1 side, Applesauce & Juice Box for $8.

*Extra Sides $3.00 each * Drinks are available for $1/each – Water or Soda

Catering Menu:
  • BBQ
  • Chicken
  • Steak;  NY Strip or Delmonico
  • Smoked Beef Brisket
  • Pulled Pork
  • Sweet Italian Sausage
  • Hoffman Hot Dogs
  • Ribs (smoked)
  • Hamburgers
  • Chicken, Beef or Pork Speedies
  • Beer Can Chicken (pulled)
  • Deep Fried Turkey/Chicken (pulled)
  • Smoked Turkey/Chicken

  • Sides:
  • Italian Pasta Salad
  • Mac n Cheese ( with or without Bacon)
  • Fresh Fruit Salad or Fruit Kabobs
  • Macaroni Salad
  • Baked Ziti
  • Tortellini Salad
  • Garden Salad
  • Potato Salad
  • Coleslaw
  • Fire House Baked Beans
  • Salt Potatoes
  • Black Beans & Rice
  • Corn Bread
  • Grilled Vegetables (in season)

  • Hors d’Oeuvres:
  • Cheese and Crackers
  • Veggie tray
  • Shrimp
  • Spinach Artichoke Dip
  • Scallops Wrapped in Bacon
  • 10-10 Nachos
  • and much more……
  • *Ice Tea or Lemonade, rolls, condiments and paper products will be provided.

    Firefighter slang….who knew?!

    This one is kind of odd. I have no idea where it actually comes from. I have read several definitions and they’re all different. But, what it means (here in Detroit) is that you are a terrible firefighter. You do not want to be called a Jake here. On the East Coast, it means you are a good firefighter. Again, in a cool accent, “That’s a good Jake right there”. I don’t have any clue why they are complete opposite depending on your location.