The following information was recently updated on July 21, 2022
2 Ducks Smoking menu is a BBQ food truck located in Utah, commonly located in Kearns. The following 2 Ducks Smoking menu is dated July 2022 and was sent to us by a reader of SLC menu:
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2 Ducks Smoking (801) 381-2893
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Mixed Meat Plate
Rated 5 out of 5
October 14, 2022
We stopped by to try the food and we got a Mixed Meat Plate and everything was super good and well done no complaints from me or my family. The Brisket/Pulled Pork and Ribs were our favorites.
We highly recommend trying this place out, it has become our go to BBQ place in West Valley.
Rated 5 out of 5
September 12, 2022
Y’all you have got to try this place. It is AMAZING. Seriously the best smoked bbq I’ve had since moving to Utah from Texas. Run! You must come and try it!
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