It’s Tuesday! And naturally that means today is an Artsy Fartsy Foodies day. We are excited to focus our attention on one of our savory Eat Your Art Out Chandler restaurants, Can’t Stop Smokin’ BBQ.
The roots for Can’t Stop Smokin’ BBQ were planted in 1991 at the deli counter of Frank’s Fruit Market in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Owners, Pete and Cassandra Schiavone, had dreamed of opening a quality food business. Their dream came to life and blossomed quickly into a success. After franchising the business, the quality agenda began to spread across the United States. And we are lucky enough to be apart of their delicious dream.
Their New Mexico style smokehouse was developed as part of the largest, freshest product market in the southwest. Technique and time are as important as the rubs, seasonings, and sauces that they have spent years perfecting.
So when you walk into Can’t Stop Smokin’ for your next meal, you will find you are greeted by a great menu, great staff who love what they do and are proud of the food they serve.
Be sure to visit Can’t Stop Smokin BBQ on Tuesday, February 26 for lunch or dinner! 25% of their sales help support various programs at the Center.
- 10:30am-9:00pm Sun.-Thurs.
- 10:30am-10:00pm Sat. – Sun.
NE corner of Chandler Blvd. & 54th St.
7250 W. Chandler Blvd.
Chandler, Arizona 85226
Phone: (480) 398-4827
Please support the restaurants who support us! When you grab lunch or go out to dinner, try one of the participating Eat Your Art Out Chandler Restaurants.
On a side note…
Restaurants are now able to sign up for Eat Your Art Out Chandler on Tuesday, February 26, 2013. If your favorite restaurant is not on the list, let us know and we will contact them to see if they would like to participate. Bon Appétit!
January 8, 2013 | Categories: Artsy Fartsy Foodies | Tags: Artsy Fartsy Foodies, barbeque, BBQ, Bon Appetit, Can't Stop Smokin' BBQ, Chandler, City of Chandler, deli, Dinner, Eat Your Art Out Chandler, EYOAC, food business, franchise, Lunch, menu, new mexican food, restaurants, rubs, sauces, seasoning, Southwest, Support Art | Leave a comment