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Great food can be delicious, mouthwatering, tasty, flavorful, delectable, savory, delish, appetizing, succulent, luscious, scrumptious, finger-licking, amazing, delightful, exquisite, heavenly, divine, rich, sweet, smoky, pleasant, enjoyable, and yummy.

Those are a few words we’ve heard about our food.

Try one of our dishes below from our top notch chef. Not only are they meals that are satisfying and fit for a king, they are also at reasonable prices.


Learn more about our high standards for how we smoke our food.
The Ten Commandments of Smoking

Steak Dinner

Great Food

Bar & Event Menu

Mozz Sticks w/ Marinara $5.50

Chicken Tenders $6.50

Jumbo Chicken Wings 6/$5 or 12/$9
Hot, Mild, Sweet & Tangy, Garlic Parmesan, and Sweet Chili…and ask us about our Convict Sauce!

Basket of Coated Fries $5.00

Basket of Onion Rings $6.00

Deep Fried Mushrooms $6.00

Seasoned Potato Wedges $6.99

Basket Steak Fries $5.00

English Fish & Chips $9.99

Clam Strips w/ Marinara $8.99

Catfish Basket w/ Fries $9.99

Shrimp Basket w/ Fries $9.99

Boom Boom Shrimp $8.99

Fried Calamari w/ Marinara $8.99

Chef Salad $7.99

MJ’s Salad – The Works!! $9.99

Cheese Quesadillas w/ Salsa $7.99

Chicken Quesadillas $9.99

Flatbread Pizza $7.99

MJ’s Home Made Potato Chips $3.00


All sandwiches below come with Fries.

Angus Cheese Burger $8.99
1/2 Lb. Angus Ground Chuck

Mushroom Swiss Burger $9.99

MJ’s Bacon Burger $9.99

Smoked Pulled Pork $8.99

Sausage Meatball Sub $9.99

Philly Cheese Steak $9.99

Haddock Fish Sandwich $9.99
8 oz. Haddock Fillet, w/ Fries

Grilled Chicken Breast $9.99
Served with Cheese on a Kaiser Roll


Thick Crust Focaccia. Eat In or Take Out.

Large 16″ Cheese $11.99

Toppings $1.50 each
Pepperoni, Sausage, Mushroom, Onion, Pepper, Ham, Extra Cheese

Large Pizza 2 Toppings and 12 Wings $19.99

Flatbread Pizza $7.99

Prices are subject to change.

Food Specials


16″ Cheese Pizza $10.99
($1 toppings)


50¢ Wings! 
(Mild, Hot, Extra Hot, BBQ, Sweet/Tangy, Garlic Parmesan, Sweet Chili, Convict Sauce)


1/2 Lb. Burgers $7.99


Prime Rib $16.99


Fish Dinners $11.99


Large Pepperoni Pizza & 12 Wings $17.99

Happy Hour Everyday

4–7 pm $2 domestic drafts and cans

The Ten Commandments of Smoking

1. Know the difference between barbecue and smoking. All barbecue is smoked, but not all smoked foods are barbecue. Texas brisket, Carolina pork shoulder, and Kansas City ribs are barbecue. Virginia ham, Irish smoked salmon, and Wisconsin smoked cheddar are smoked, but they’re not barbecue.

2. Understand the flavor of smoke. Think of it as the umami of barbecue. Smoke has a unique ability to endow familiar foods, from sausage to steaks, with an otherworldly quality that is simultaneously familiar and exotic.

3. Smoke everything. Really. Meat, poultry, and seafood, of course, but also cocktails, vegetables, cheeses, fruits, and desserts.

4. Buy organic, heritage, heirlooms, grass-fed, and local. What your meat eats and how It’s raised matters as much as how you smoke it.

5. Low and slow is the way to go. Ribs, shoulders, and briskets need, slow cook at a low temperature to achieve smoky perfection.

6. Wrap it up. Wrap brisket and beef ribs in unlined butcher paper the last two hours of smoking. This seals in moisture without making the bark (crust) soggy.

7. Give it a rest. Once brisket, pork shoulder, and other large cuts of meat are smoked, transfer them to an insulated cooler to rest for 1 to 2 hours. Your meat will be juicier and more tender.

8. It’s okay to overcook your meat. It’s essential to overcook your meat. Shoulders, bellies, brisket, and ribs need to be cooked to 195º to 205º F to achieve the proper tenderness.

9. Remember this simple rule: More air equals higher heat; less air equals lower heat. Adjust the vents accordingly to control the airflow and thus the cooking temperature.

10. Remember this other simple rule: Lower heat produces more smoke: higher heat produces less smoke.

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