Now Open: Stacy's Smokehouse

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Two weeks ago, the prized Phoenix BBQ shack, Stacy's Smokehouse, opened its second location on Shea just west of Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. 

The original Stacy's Smokehouse has received tons of national praise including making Bon Appetit's list of top ten new BBQ joints in '09 and was referred to as "the fourth best BBQ in the country" by TLC's Best Food Ever series. 

You can find the same homestyle favorites at the new location such as smoked pork, beef, ribs, chicken and hot links plus Stacy's specialty side dishes like mac & cheese, greens, rice and beans, and golden fried okra. 

When you go, be sure and snag a piece of red velvet cake for us! 

Stacy's Smokehouse
7055 E. Shea Blvd.

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