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Schneids’ Smoke Shack: Tasty Barbecue

December 17, 2014 5:04 pm

Are your taste buds crying out for some barbecue? If so, head to the family-owned and -operated Schneid’s Smoke Shack for some flavorful smoked meat served in a family-friendly, casual setting.

Sandwiches are on the menu, and they include the Porker with pork, pepper jack cheese, and green chile served on Texas toast, a Hot Link with spicy barbecue sauce, and the smoked turkey melt with melted American cheese. Entrees include St. Louis ribs and smoked chicken. Tasty sides are essential to any good barbecue joint, and sides at Schneids' include baked beans, mashed potatoes, sauteed green beans, hush puppies, and sweet corn. A tasty kid’s menu gives the little ones some great options.

Schneids' Smoke Shack is open every day except Mondays.

Schneids' Smoke Shack
7986 S. Depew Street
Littleton, CO 80128
(303) 948-2711

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Happy Holidays!

December 15, 2014 4:13 pm

We wish you and your loved ones all a very happy and safe holiday season.

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How to Make Holiday Travel Less Stressful

December 10, 2014 6:02 pm

So you plan on travelling to a loved one’s house for the holidays, but unfortunately so did everyone else in the country. Holiday travel is undeniably stressful, but there are a few simple ways to make it a bit more bearable. Here are some tips to help navigate your airplane ride or road trip in a smart and savvy way.

  1. Book ahead of time. Instead of scrambling to book your trip at the last minute (and paying the inevitable high fees), book as far ahead of time as possible. This ensures that you’ll be able to get the flight or bus that you want, and it will likely save you a great deal of money along the way.
  2. Leave extra travel time. Whether you’re navigating crowds at the airport or fighting traffic on the highway, leaving good deal of extra time to allow for delays is always a good idea.
  3. Pack light. Since you likely have to bring presents with you on your journey, try to pack your suitcase as light as possible.
  4. Bring some entertainment along for the ride. If you’re driving home for the holidays, an audio book or a list of car games are some great options for passing the time. If you’ll be flying or taking a bus, try downloading a movie onto your phone or tablet.

Holiday Travel: Tips to Make It Less Stressful [Medicine Net]
Holiday Travel Slideshow: 10 Tips to Cut Stress [WebMD]
15 Tips for Healthy, Stress Reduced Holiday Travel [CNCA Health]

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