Jack Stack BBQ is A Staple of Kansas City & King of Hickory Smoked Meat

Heading up to Kansas City? Do we have the place for you. It's BBQ and it's so good! Like mouthwatering good. You need to put Jack Stack BBQ on your list for sure!

What is Jack Stack BBQ?

Fiorella's Jack Stack BBQ is a staple in Missouri. It's so popular that there are 5 locations!

"Started by Russ Fiorella in Kansas City back in 1957, Jack Stack began as a traditional storefront barbecue with a modest selection of five to six items. Jack Fiorella, the eldest son, worked with his father until 1974, when he decided to branch off and start Fiorella's Jack Stack of Martin City," as stated on their website.

It all started with their method of cooking meats over hickory wood. At the time in the 1970s, they had the most extensive menu in the nation. Everything from certified Angus beef to lamb ribs was available at this Kansas City Barbecue, beating out other barbecue restaurants with their huge sampler menu.

Today, this Kansas City BBQ has evolved into a full-service wood cookery, and offers catering, delivery, and excellent barbecue sauce around the nation.

What's on Jack Stack's Menu?

The company has 5 locations as of right now: Freight House, Country Club Plaza, Martin City, Overland Park and Lee's Summit.

At the Freight House location, their menu has an array of options. To try more of what Jack Stack Barbecue has to offer, order the Kansas City Combo. With it, you can choose from beef brisket, beef burnt ends, baby back ribs, beef ribs, pork spare ribs, and pulled pork. There's also a chicken options for all you barbecue chicken lovers, and you can of course choose your own BBQ sauce.

Even their sides sound tasteful, with hickory pit beans, cheesy potato bake, cheesy corn bake, coleslaw, and broccoli with roasted garlic butter.

Everything else is also so good from the appetizers to desserts! With chicken wings, carrot cake, and prime beef, Jack Stack BBQ has it all.

Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue's food speaks for itself, having lasted through 3 generations in their family. If you can't make it out to KC, you should definitely consider getting it delivered. It's the same as eating it there, except just warmed in your kitchen. Happy feasting!