Showing posts from February, 2021

Irresistible Sandwiches & Burgers for Lunch, Dinner, & Even Breakfast!

Sandwiches and burgers are a popular lunch choice for many people. The type we serve at The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse in Lake Ozark are big and hearty enough to satisfy both lunch and dinner cravings plus we even offer breakfast sandwiches on the weekends! If you're a sandwich lover, or simply appreciate delicious food in general, you might want to give the following menu items a try from our BBQ restaurant at the Lake of the Ozarks .   Smoked Meat Sandwiches Many of our smoked meats can be ordered in sandwich form as either a 5-ounce or 8-ounce serving on a bun with your choice of a side dish. We've also got 5 deliciously different BBQ sauces you can top these with. Pulled Pork Brisket Turkey Ham Sausage  Specialty Sandwiches Our specialty sandwiches combine even more tasty ingredients with those incredible smoked meats we talked about above! These are served alongside your choice of a side dish. We occasionally add new sandwiches as daily specials too, so keep an eye out for tho

Weekly Specials at The Barn-B-Que

We strive to make every day that you dine at The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse in Lake Ozarks an enjoyable experience. There are certain days and times, however, that we make things a little more intriguing than usual at our BBQ restaurant & bar at the Lake of the Ozarks . In addition to the occasional lunch or dinner special, right now we are hosting these regular weekly specials for your delicious enjoyment.  Weekday AND Sunday Happy Hours This time of year the best Happy Hour at the Lake of the Ozarks happens at The Barn-B-Que 6 days a week! That's every Monday-Friday from 3:00-6:00 pm and all day every Sunday. Just what makes these hours happier than the rest? Our Happy Hour specials are a big part of the reason for that! A great Happy Hour has to have drink specials. Our deals include half-price AB/Miller beers, wine, and well drinks. Of course, we wanted to go above and beyond "the norm" so we also offer half-price appetizers during Happy Hour, which includes our en

Valentine's Day Weekend at The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse

Valentine's Day is THIS WEEKEND! Are you ready? No worries if it snuck up on you because here at The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse in Lake Ozark, we've got some deliciously romantic plans all laid out for you! If you'll be spending Valentine's Day Weekend at the Lake of the Ozarks , head on over to the Barn for a fantastic meal and some incredible live entertainment.  Live Music - Trev & Dev The Barn-B-Que is thrilled to offer some of the best live music at the Lake of the Ozarks with the amazing musical stylings of Trev & Dev on Saturday, February  13, 2021, from 7:00-10:00 pm . Have you had a chance to hear these talented fellas play yet?  Imagine if two guys were tossed into a garbage can full of good music and allowed to age like a fine wine. That's Trev & Dev! These two friends have been playing together for a long time, performing a little bit of everything to satisfy the musical preferences of everyone in the crowd. We suggest getting here early for a g

History of the Hot Wing - A Football Food Favorite!

Many of you are excited about the NFL championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coming up this Sunday. Here at The Barn-B-Que Smokehouse in Lake Ozark,  we're looking forward to an exciting game but we're equally as excited about all of those delicious foods that go so well with watching the game. (We're willing to bet more than a few of you are pretty excited about that part too!)  One of the most popular foods to enjoy while watching football is undoubtedly the chicken wing. Well, it just so happens that our Lake of the Ozarks BBQ restaurant & smokehouse cooks up an irresistible wing right here at The Barn!  We'll take a closer look at our version of those mouthwatering morsels of meat a bit further down the page. First, here's a brief look back at the origins of this fantastic food.   History of the Hot Wing Chicken wings are often referred to as "hot wings" due to the fact that they are usually tossed in a hot