Simplicity is usually the best way to go. That gets lost in today’s go-getting, tech-oriented society. Cask & Trotter is exactly the place you need if you’re looking for some place that is simple and delicious, I went back to the basics of smoking and busted out the glass pipe and a gram of Ewok from Smokey Point Productions.
“The smoke is full and thick, plus even little hits produced clouds. The thicker smoke leads you into a wavy high with a strong come up. The high centers around your chest and disperses quickly into a mellow focused state” KushMart Staff Review
The environment of the Cask & Trotter was awesome. The interior is filled with real wood and leather trim. Simple and beautiful, the entire thing felt like a big cabin. The service was good as well, despite walking in during a dinner rush, I was still in and out in an hour, and I took my time. The Steve Miller Band and was blasting over the speakers when I came in and other classics came up like Joe Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way.” Is there anything else you would rather drink whiskey too?
I ordered a glass of Ghost Owl on the rocks as well as a trio of sliders off the happy hour menu. Each one was juicy and delicious. The flavors all complimented each other nicely and the meat was the centerpiece of each bite, and that’s how it should be. Each slider had chopped dill pickle and a light creamy slaw in the center of a soft, chewy roll.
The brisket and pastrami we’re perfect, but the pulled pork was a bit dry, but that was quickly fixed with some of Cask & Trotter’s homemade Carolina barbecue sauce. To top it all off, Star Wars; The Last Jedi premier was the next stop for the night. I would recommend, the Cask & Trotter is right for someone looking for a throwback night out, a great place to eat dinner before the movie. Fill yourself up on delicious barbecue and skip over priced snacks.