BBQ heads to Kiko’s old space on Central

With Kiko’s closed at 2800 E. Central, we reported that a food truck was looking to take over. The owner is now ready to let it be known that SmokeHouse ICTwhich operated as a mobile business, is evolving into the world of bricks and mortar.

The restaurant will take the name of the food truck, SmokeHouse ICT. They are planning a soft launch for Wednesday, May 4 where they will initially be open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Owner Chris Morgan said he plans to run those hours through the end of May. Eventually he would like to open for dinner hours once he gets things sorted.

During the soft launch, Morgan will focus on his barbecue staples that he sold in his food trailer. Over time, he will add additions to the menu with dishes like smoked ribs, smoked chicken and coleslaw.

After that, SmokeHouse ICT’s menu will explode with Morgan’s full arsenal of dishes: smoked turkey, smoked salmon fillets with rice pilaf, smoked salmon salad with avocado-lime vinaigrette, flan, banana bread smokes, bottled beer and wine.

The last thing to note is that law enforcement, military (active, retired, and dependents), doctors, nurses, and teachers will get a 10% discount.

If you’re curious, here’s the food trailer menu:

SmokeHouse ICT

Good meal,

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