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Smokin Eagle Brew & BBQ
Smokin Eagle Brew & BBQ
9 Main St
LeRoy, NY, 14482
(585) 768-4770

 

Hours:
Mon. 11am - 2am
Tue. 11am - 2am
Wed. 11am - 2am
Thu. 11am - 2am
Fri. 11am - 2am
Sat. 11am - 2am
Sun. Noon - 2am


About:
Owners Marc & Jon Marcello (58 Main Restaurant & Smokin' BBQ in Brockport) have recently expanded their business to Le Roy and have teamed up with Jason Beaumont in their new venture. Last April, the historic Eagle Hotel became home to Smokin' Eagle BBQ & Brew, 9 Main St. Le Roy. An older building with huge potential for the BBQ themed atmosphere and menu, the Marcelllo's & Beaumont have already begun the transformation from 200 year old tavern & hotel to a gathering location for tasty micro-brew varieties, entertainment, and, of course, delicious BBQ. Smokin' Eagle BBQ & Brew also offers a top-notch catering menu & full service options for any occasion. Open daily for lunch & dinner featuring your favorite BBQ dishes as well as fresh soups, salads, Certified Angus Beef steaks & burgers, wraps, sandwiches & more!! Stop in today and check out our new location. We are proud to serve the local community and thank you again for your support and patronage over the years and for many more to come! Please support other independent restaurants like our's, Thank You!
 

Owners of Smokin' Eagle promoting their own brand of beer, Rogers Beer

Original Source: The Batavian

Originally published in The Batavian January 15, 2017

Marc Marcello, Jay Beaumont and Jon Marcello, owners of the Smokin' Eagle BBQ & Brew in Le Roy were at the bridal show at Terry Hills today with their microbrew, Rogers Beer.

The story of Rogers Beer begins about seven years ago with Al Rogers, a brewer in Rochester who started his own brewery, eventually selling his beer in 12 Wegmans and 30 bars and restaurants in the region.

After the birth of a second child, he needed to give up his sideline business and he walked into 58 Main in Brockport and told Marc Marcello he was giving up the business.

"He delivered the news he was walking away from it and my brother wouldn’t take that for an answer," Jon Marcello said. "We got together and over a few lunch sessions with Jay and Marc, we put an offer in and he accepted. A few days later he called and asked if he could stay on a brewmaster and we told him, 'we don’t know how to make the beer, so that’s perfect.' "

Rogers Beer is now based in Le Roy, though the beer is currently brewed at a facility in Honeoye Falls, but Jon said the goal is to build up the business enough to open a brewery in Le Roy.

The beer is made with 20-percent New York ingredients with the goal of achieving 100-percent New York-grown ingredients within five years.

The five flavors of beer are all on tap on the Smokin' Eagle and at 58 Main and 22-ounce bottles can be purchased for carryout. 

The dog icons on the menu below were all drawn by a local artist featuring dogs from Le Roy.

 

There will be a kickoff party sometime in February at the Smokin' Eagle for the newly based in Le Roy Rogers Beer. Watch The Batavian for details.

 
 
Recommendations
Total: 3

We just tried it yesterday for lunch ,Very Good we will be going back soon to try more of their menu items .
Jean Appis on Dec, 29, 2016

Always a friendly greeting, great tasting food, generous portions and reasonably priced. Service is always good. Great atmosphere,love looking at all the old characters of the interior of the building and what they have recently done to it also. Will continue to recommend SEBBQ to friends and family as well as strangers looking for a great BBQ place.
Vicki Wolak on Dec, 19, 2016

Great BBQ. We love the ribs and the pulled pork and the brisket. The baked beans might be the best around. Great beer selection. Great service and atmosphere.
Howard Owens on Oct, 24, 2016

 

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