The expansion-minded family of Oink and Moo barbecue trucks have partnered with the Bridesburg Commissary to open a casual, counter-service brick and mortar called Smokey Pint. Earlier this year, Oink and Moo added a third truck to its fleet and opened a storefront in Florham Park, NJ. The first Philly restaurant has an additional draw in the form of lots of craft beer.
Philadelphia Business Journal has more on the partnership, which carved a 40-seat space out of the front of the building that houses the popular commissary kitchen (which has been home to the likes of Spot burgers, Taco Mondo, and other trucks) in the back. Outdoor seating could be added in the future.
The opening menu features barbecue sliders, tacos, baby back ribs, chili, a smoked sausage sandwich, a vegetarian black bean quesadilla, and a number of sides. Food prices on the opening menu top out at $12, with draft beers in the $3 to $4.50 range. (There's also a sizable selection of bottles and cans.)
Smokey Pint's hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday (closed Monday).
Smokey Pint, 2549 Orthodox St., now open.