Silver Spring-based food truck, Money Muscle BBQ has put together three game day packages featuring a taste of Kansas City-inspired barbeque. For smaller celebrations, the “Field Goal” package features a sampler platter of twenty smoked chicken wings complete with carrots and celery for snacking and four dipping sauces ($25). The larger “Touchdown” package features a sample of the food truck’s best-selling Texas-style brisket, Carolina pulled pork, and BBQ smoked chicken in addition to macaroni and cheese, baked beans, coleslaw, and of course Kansas City BBQ sauce ($40). For those looking to get a full taste of the Money Muscle Menu, order the build your own “Blow Out” package complete with your choice of two barbeque meats, three sides, skillet cornbread, or cheddar sriracha biscuits plus dessert. Super Bowl orders are now being accepted through Saturday, February 6th, and will be available for pick-up at All Set Restaurant & Bar from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.
As previously reported, All Set Restaurant & Bar owners Ed Reavis and Jennifer Meltzer debuted their Money Muscle BBQ food truck last September. According to Eater DC, they invested $5,000 in a smoker and had been preparing for the launch over the last few months, but the COVID-19 pandemic made them pivot to offering takeout and delivery:
Investing more than $5,000 in a smoker shows that Reavis and Jennifer Meltzer, the managing partner and the chef’s wife, are serious about barbecue as a business. The COVID-19 pandemic made them realize the importance of takeout and delivery. That meant reconfiguring a restaurant known for oysters on the half shell and lobster rolls. Reavis was drawn to the power of pulled pork shoulder. He grew up in Emporia, Virginia, just across the state line from North Carolina. He remembers attending the annual Virginia Pork Festival, how visitors would pour in from all over the country to tuck into barbecue on some of the hottest days of the year.
Money Muscle BBQ’s Super Bowl deals are also featured in Washingtonian’s roundup of area restaurants offering Super Bowl meal packages.
Photo: Money Muscle BBQ/Facebook