Smoke is BYOB, which is easy enough with Atlas Bottle Works next door. It will soon announce cold beer selections in honor of the opening.
Owners Jeff Petruso and Nelda Carranco opened Smoke in Homestead in 2011, originally as a take-out place. The couple from Austin, Texas, debuted with a menu of smoked meats, homemade tortillas and artisan drinks. The menu has expanded to include breakfast tacos and migas served all day as well as share dishes such as brisket salad, duck quesadillas, slaws, beans and various iterations of mac and cheese.
The owners had grand plans for the Homestead location, "including a bar on the main floor, a courtyard in the back and perhaps a small brewery in the basement," reported the Post-Gazette in a 2011 Munch column.
As it turns out, said Mr. Petruso back in September 2013 when they announced the move to Lawrenceville, "We need a bigger space."
Here's the menu for now, thanks to a reader.