Local ingredients enhance acclaimed barbecue dishes such as pulled-pork sandwiches, St. Louis–style ribs, and bourbon Tennessee chicken
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Picked as one of the best restaurants in the city by Ottawa magazine, The SmoQue Shack puts a distinctively Canadian spin on American barbecue. The menu features Carolina–style pulled pork, St. Louis–style ribs, Tennessee chicken, and brisket that's slow-cooked in a Texas–style smoker. Quietly, though, homegrown elements fuel the shack's success, including spices from Montreal, maplewood from Quebec, and applewood from Ontario. Conveniently, The SmoQue Shack is located in the heart of the Entertainment District, meaning that an early-morning visit to the ByWard Market might just include free whiffs of the shack's slow-cooking barbecue.