Travel Off The Beaten Path To Try The Most Mouthwatering BBQ In New York
Something that’s great to enjoy during every season, there’s no wrong time to feast on some amazing barbecue. While famed destinations like Dinosaur Bar-B-Que can be found in some of our state’s most popular cities, if you wander onto the roads less traveled your taste buds will be pleased at what you’ll find. Taking you up north to where you’re surrounded by beautiful views, peace and quiet and amazing small town eateries, you’ll want to visit one of the most mouthwatering BBQ restaurants that New York has to offer.
Taking you up and away into the mountains, New York's Adirondack Park is home to one mind-blowing BBQ spot.
Located right on Main Street in Lake Placid, Smoke Signals has been pumping out slow cooked barbecue since 2013.
Step inside and you'll feel right at home once you're in the restaurant's main dining room.
Once you sit down, be prepared to be blown away by Smoke Signals' menu! With flavorful dishes like their beloved Smoked Pig Wings that'll keep you coming back for more.
Featuring all your classic dishes and sides, menu choices like the Signals Sampler give you the chance to get a taste of everything by including brisket, ribs and pulled pork all in one dish.
And let's not forget about their jaw-dropping sandwiches. Pictured here you can see a fan favorite, the Cuban Park Sandwich!
Whether you decide to dine in the main dining room or head towards the back of the restaurant to enjoy the scenic views, there's no bad seat in this place!
So come feast on delicious barbecue while you enjoy a view of Mirror Lake and our High Peaks, you won't regret it!
To find out more information about Smoke Signals and to get a look at their phenomenal menu,
How to get here:
2489 Main Street Lake Placid, NY 12946
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