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Smoking Hot Barbecue Restaurants In and Around Seattle

With summer grills a blazing, it’s time to get your barbecue on

BY: JAKE UITTI | FROM THE PRINT EDITION | AUGUST 2015


Drunky’s Two Shoe BBQ     With its rusted handsaws on the doors and mechanical-horse kiddie ride (25 cents per ride) at the entrance, Drunky’s Two Shoe BBQ on Leary Way looks as if a Wizard of Oz twister dropped it into the neighborhood. Opened in April by Nate Rezac, who also owns Fremont’s 9 Million in Unmarked Bills, Drunky serves food is as unpretentious as the decor. Jump into its Texas-style, tomato-based sauces, especially the pulled pork sandwich, served with coleslaw on a soft bun, or indulge in the succulent beef brisket (both, $9.95). Another delicious option is the bursting-at-the-seams hot links. To wake up your palate, dip a bite in Drunky’s super-hot and tangy “Doom Sauce.” Perhaps most surprising on the menu, though, are the robust and satisfying salads: pulled pork chop chop ($9), smoked trout with tarragon dressing ($8) and smoked chicken Caesar ($7). This is a place where you can kick your boots clean and dream you’re in the honest-to-goodness Wild West. Also, look for the goats near the patio, which, according to the staff, were there before Drunky’s moved in. 4105 Leary Way NW; 206.693.3962; drunkytwoshoesbbq.com



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