Holy ‘Que Smokehouse to open ‘everlasting pop-up’ in Doylestown throughout summer time months

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse, the Bucks County restaurant serving up Texas-style barbecue proper exterior Peddler’s Village, is ready to open its second location in Doylestown subsequent month. 

Although Holy ‘Que Smokehouse’s Lahaska location is open Thursday by way of Sunday, the Doylestown location will function a “everlasting pop-up” on Saturdays and Sundays in the course of the summer time months starting on Saturday, July 9. 

The pop-up shall be held on the again patio of Hop/Scotch cocktail bar within the Principal Road Market in Doylestown. Throughout inclement climate, the Holy ‘Que Smokehouse staff will transfer operations contained in the bar. All meals shall be obtainable to eat on the patio, within the bar, or to take house.

“It has been a purpose of mine for fairly a while to open a second location, and I could not be happier to have discovered a house throughout the Doylestown neighborhood,” mentioned Tom Peters, pitmaster and proprietor of Holy ‘Que Smokehouse. “We’re very a lot trying ahead to this subsequent chapter and might’t wait for folk to spend the summer time with us whereas getting a style of genuine, Texas-style barbecue.” 

Peters opened his first location in Lahaska, Bucks County in October 2020. Following a visit to Austin, Texas, the New Jersey native advised the Philadelphia Enterprise Journal that he fell in love with Texas barbecue, sticking round to be taught from skilled pitmasters and discover his appreciation for the cooking type. 

He initially examined the idea for Holy ‘Que Smokehouse by way of a collection of pop-ups in New Hope in early 2020 — the place he’d sometimes promote out inside minutes. After months of success promoting meals in Bucks County, he determined to depart his profession in actual property and open his first location. 

Since then, the restaurant has change into in style amongst residents for its meat platters and brisket, pulled pork, turkey and hyperlinks sandwiches with typical Southern sides — mac and cheese, cider slaw, corn, inexperienced beans, and honey cornbread. 

Holy Que SmokehouseCourtesy of/Chrisopher Devern

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse is opening a everlasting pop-up in Doylestown on Saturday, July 9. Every Saturday and Sunday by way of the summer time months, seize a few of Holy ‘Que’s signature platters on the again patio of cocktail bar Hop/Scotch.

“I’m thrilled to be joined by Holy ‘Que Smokehouse within the market as the fervour they share for his or her craft exhibits in every little thing they current and compliments the standard and repair requirements we intention to realize,” mentioned Amanda Havier, common supervisor at Hop/Scotch. “I imagine they are going to be a wonderful and distinctive addition to the Doylestown meals scene.” 

Starting on Saturday, July 9, the everlasting pop-up shall be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 p.m. till all objects are offered out. 

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