Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa to offer new dining experience
For the City Times
NEKOOSA – Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa (HCG) will offer a new dining experience with BP Smokehouse of Tomah.
“In looking at viable solutions to offer quality food options, we thought this was an excellent opportunity to bring something new and unique to the area. We are delighted to welcome BP Smokehouse and look forward to offering these award-winning flavors to the community. This is one of many exciting changes intended to enhance our guest experience,” said Andrea Estebo, HCG Nekoosa executive manager.
BP Smokehouse specializes in traditional smokehouse staples, as well as their own proprietary BBQ sauces and custom-made rubs.
This family owned business led by husband & wife, Darren & Myra Price, began the business in early 2000 by catering, opening their first brick and mortar in 2014.
Known for their Smokin’ Meats, BP took third place in the 33rd annual “American Royal World Series of Barbecue Sauce Contest,” with entries competing from 35 states and seven countries.
“We are excited to bring our style of culinary expertise to the guests at HCG Nekoosa. As a HoChunk Tribal member owned business we are looking forward to doing our part to help grow the Nation’s Enterprises,” said Darren & Myra Price.
Opening is scheduled for January 24, 2022 with the hours of operation from 11am to 8pm daily.
Ho-Chunk Gaming Nekoosa located at 949 County Road G in Nekoosa.