April 26: Coho’s Smokehouse — Where the Pacific Northwest meets Classic Southern Cooking

smoking chicken cooking over a grill

This April, Coho Restaurant will be firing up the smoker to bring you an exciting new pop-up restaurant dining experience. We are drawing from some classic Mid-West and Southern traditions and will be offering Smoked BBQ meats like brisket, chicken, and pulled pork. We’re also cooking up savory veggie options and some hard-to-resist sides like baked mac and cheese, collard greens, BBQ baked beans, and cornbread.

Dine-in dinner service will be available from 5–8 p.m.

Be sure to save the date and come on down!


Reserve Your Table for April 26



April 26, 2024

Small Plates

Maque Choux Salad 16
grilled corn, peppers, tomatoes, pickled okra, greens, creole ranch dressing

Fried Green Tomatoes 16
served with dill aioli

Grilled Oysters 3 for 12, or 6 for 22
herb, chipotle and caramelized onion compound butter

Dungeness Crab Hushpuppies 18
served with a red pepper louie sauce

Buttermilk Corn Bread Muffin 6
served with chili sorghum and whipped butter, two per order

Large Plates

served with a buttermilk cornbread muffin, choice of sauce and two sides

Smoked Brisket 26
Pulled Pork 22
Smoked Half Chicken 22
Blackened-Grilled Cauliflower 20
BBQ Seafood Boil 24
clams, mussels, halibut, shrimp


Baked Mac & Cheese
Collards with ham
Potato Salad
BBQ Butter Beans
extra sides 8


Blackberry BBQ
KC Classic
Carolina Mustard
extra sauces 2


German Chocolate Cake 14

Blackberry Bread Pudding 14
wild blackberries, ginger, brioche, vanilla crème anglaise

Classic Root Beer Float 14
with vanilla ice cream

Housemade Ice Creams 10

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