Overloaded Potato Bowl
Loaded potato casserole topped with pulled pork or chopped beef and barbeque sauce
Marinated and smoked wings with your choice of sauce
The trio choice of pulled pork, chopped or sliced beef, and smoked chicken salad
Street tacos with your choice of pulled pork or chopped beef
Overloaded Baked Potato
Loaded baked potato topped with pulled pork or chopped beef and barbeque sauce
Half a rack of ribs, french fries, pickles, onions, and peppers
One meat of your choice, french fries, pickles, onions, and peppers
Two meats of your choice, french fries, pickles, onions, and peppers
Three meats of your choice, french fries, pickles, onions, and peppers
Four meats of your choice, french fries, pickles, onions, and peppers
Made with your choice of meat
For when you wanna get straight to the heart of the matter for your meal
A good old-fashioned seafood boil, the corn, potatoes, and sausage sold separately
About Smokin' Brothas
Smokin' Brothas is smokin' up a whole lotta goodness in Houston, sticking to tried and true Texan tradition: everything is bigger and better here. This is a food truck that's putting the best smoked meats on board, cooked low and slow to tender, juicy perfection.
At Smokin' Brothas, they're hand picking only the most premium of cuts to ensure high quality meals each and every time you visit. From beef brisket to fall off the bone ribs, pulled pork, smoked links and even crispy chicken wings, rest assured your inner carnivore will find some satisfaction here. Get 'em loaded onto a sandwich, or on a big ol' plate with fries. But that's not all. Smokin' Brothas is also loading that meat onto baked potatoes, sliders and tacos, as well as offering seafood boils. Sound good to you? Us too. Find Smokin' Brothas on the streets of Houston, or invite 'em to cater your next event. Either way, you're sure to find some smoky satisfaction here.
Overloaded Potato Bowl - this already loaded potato casserole is loaded with your choice of pulled pork or chopped beef smothered in homemade BBQ sauce. Can you say yum?