Shmuli’s Grill & Smokehouse Celebrating Opening Day with Free Beef Smoked P’tcha

smokehouse[ADVERTORIAL] In honor of our grand opening today, Shmuli’s Grill & Smokehouse is offering free P’tcha – no purchase necessary.

Come and visit our new beautifully-crafted Smokehouse offering the highest quality of prepared smoked meats, chicken and a sandwich bar like no other! Our vegetable, toppings and trimmings bar is unlimited, our sliders to die for and our brisket is out both soft and succulent with genuine smoke authenticity!

As we launch our Shabbos range, we welcome you to come and pick up a FREE BEEF SMOKED P’TCHA anytime today between 1pm-2am, or tomorrow between 9am-3pm. Absolutely no purchase necessary, one per family and of course while stock lasts.

shmulisEvery Thursday and Friday we will offer an extensive range of out-of-the-box dips, herrings and meats, meat pies and salads as well as an assortment of smoked fish, elaborate side dishes and of course soups like no other.

Chef Shmuli Schwinger has been the face of deluxe Shabbos takeout in Lakewood for years, and this new store is an upgrade even by his British standards!

Of course Chef Shmuli will be continuing his upscale party planning and off premise function catering – just now with the inclusion of smoked meats!

The new Smokehouse is located at the intersection of 10th Street and Madison Avenue.

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  1. I too feel ashamed my the explosion id eateries in our ir hatorah. Look at the wording in some of these ads describing food “out of this world”. Gehinim and gan eden are both “out of this world”. Uvochartoh bachayim.

  2. British standards? LOL the Brits have very few signature items that are even considered gourmet. If you have the quality, service, & cleanliness then you’ll make it. Good luck fellas! Everyone says their off the chart, best, dining experience awesome, etc. if you smoke something don’t refrigerate and then microwave, gotta be fresh off smoker.

  3. Hatzlacha menachem and shmulie. With your will to succeed and willingness to listen to make it done right – you will have much hatzlacha.

  4. Was just there!

    Out of this world 🙂

    Meats ready to be grilled

    Dips and salads galore

    Everything looks so appetizing

    Didn’t taste my free Gala yet but stay tuned

  5. well said just someone trying to make a living and doing what he knows how to do. using his talents and gifts to make a parnassa. how many administrative assistances can there be??

  6. It’s not about having some nice and delicious things out there. It’s just the emphasis and vital place it is taking in our lives now! Wait until the new supermarket ads come! Oh, those steaks you have been dreaming about…! What is wrong with us???

  7. I just had that smoked pitcha. It has an intense smokey flavor and is as delicious as it’s original.Truly out of the box. Perhaps I should have saved it for שבת.

  8. We are so proud of you shmuli!! May you have much success and please send us some ptcha in the post!!!
    We are cheering you on in London
    Love oma and Co!

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