BBQ Catering

Barbeque Catering Services for All Events

Let our BBQ restaurant provide the catering services you need for your next party of 20 or 10,000 people. A custom-designed package of our world championship barbecue will be tailored to fit your special occasion!

Super Smokers BBQ creates more flavor for your bar-b-que catering needs by using applewood to smoke our meats and provides packages to suit your budget and dining needs. Barbecue catering services from our full-service restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri, provides guests at your party or event with lip-smacking food they can’t get enough of. Some of the many barbeque catering menu choices we offer include:

• BBQ Ribs
• Chicken
• Beef
• Pulled Pork
• Smoked Turkey
• Beef Brisket
• Bottled Water
• Tea and Soft Drinks

(636) 938-9742 is the number to call to discuss your BBQ catering needs.

You’re in Good Company

When you call Super Smokers BBQ to cater your event, you’ll see why so many other famous customers have chosen us for Bar-B-Q catering services. Just about every major corporation in town and thousands of families just like yours have hired us to cater their event. Some of our past clients include:

• St. Louis Cardinals™
• The White House
• St. Louis Rams™
• St. Louis University Billikens Basketball™

Getting Started

On a Saturday afternoon, the White House’s advance team personnel called to say they were traveling to St. Louis on March 18, 2001, with President George W. Bush, and they wanted Super Smokers BBQ to cater an early afternoon event at Albers Manufacturing in O’Fallon, Missouri. Officials told Catering Director Marianne Moore, the catering sales manager for our world championship barbeque team, that she would be feeding the National Press Corps, the Secret Service, and other White House staff that travels with the President.

Marianne then placed 2 separate orders with Kim Bonzo, Catering Operations Manager, after convincing Kim that this was not a joke! The lunch menu, served while the press waited for the Presidential motorcade to arrive, consisted mainly of appetizers, including:

• Ribs Cut into Single Servings
• Bar-B-Q Beef Brisket
• Homemade Spinach Dip
• Veggies
• Homemade Cheese Dip
• Chips

Marianne had fun teaching members of the national media how to make BBQ nachos from the offerings at the table. After his speech, President Bush headed downtown for a fundraising event for the then Senate hopeful Jim Talent. The national media stayed behind to file their stories and eat dinner, which included beef brisket, pulled pork, barbeque chicken, beans, and slaw. Many of the people fed said it was the best food that the White House had ever served them on the road!

In the words of Marianne

“Everyone from the White House treated us with dignity and respect. We can’t confirm or deny which plate (if any) was meant for Mr. Bush, but we do know the people who were served enjoyed the barbeque in a big way. It was an honor and exciting all in the same breath and truly one of the most fulfilling days of my career!”