4 Rivers Smokehouse to open at ONE DAYTONA complex this winter

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PHOTO COURTESY 4 RIVERS SMOKEHOUSE / FACEBOOK
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Barbecue is coming back to One Daytona's dining, entertainment and shopping complex across from the Daytona International Speedway.

4 Rivers Smokehouse has announced that it will move into the space formerly occupied by Kansas City BBQ mavens Oklahoma Joe's, which shuttered in May.



The 6,500 square-foot restaurant will offer seating for 280 guests, full-service catering/delivery and a bar that serves beer and wine, and will open this winter. The address is 1 Daytona Blvd., in Daytona Beach.

Fans of the smokehouse can enjoy it sooner than that, though, as the 4 Rivers food truck will be on-site for several events, including:



· Funtoberfest on Oct. 12
· Biketoberfest on Oct. 17-20
· Cruisin’ One Daytona Monthly Car Show on Nov. 2

The new location will mark the 15th smokehouse location for the Winter Park-based chain as it nears its tenth anniversary.

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