Art and Soul

Saturday Suppers at Art and Soul

Last night, we had the privilege of attending the Texas BBQ themed Saturday Supper at Art and Soul in Northwest, DC. The restaurant holds Saturday Suppers once a month and each event focuses on a different theme.


This weekend, in honor of Father’s Day, Chef Wes Morton put together a spread that put to shame any father’s day meal we could put together.



Brisket, sausage, pork and ribs, all smoked and seasoned to perfection, served family style on butcher paper, just as the BBQ gods intended.




There were sides a-plenty in addition to some great beer (in cans, no less!) and delicious snacks like homemade BBQ potato chips and deviled eggs.




The meal was capped off with delicious desserts including fried cherry pies and a lemon chess tart.




We couldn’t ask for better weather to enjoy the patio at the restaurant; the food and conversation were even better.


Saturday Suppers are not to be missed. We’re already thinking about the next one – make sure you have a seat at the table, too!

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