.Best one i knew of locally was a place located deep in the hood..looked like a house but inside the 1st floor was all open with tables and a bar to belly up to...no liquor just Q. It then moved to a regular restaurant and the board of health shut them down repeatedly for cooking outdoor for more than 10 days out of the month..owner stressed out and had a heat attack. the community got on the health departments ass because it was basic bullying. its also hearsay the restaurants near his where behind the push of the health department to shut him down...how dare he take there business he is just a old hick from the hood. but now the health department has changed its rules and a restaurant with proper permit can cook outside 365. sorry rant over, i was just pissed over the whole ordeal even though its was 2 yrs ago
Sounds like some BS. They wer jealous because he was making a little business for himself.
You are a diehard bbq fanatic if you'll drive 2hrs! Right on man.I use to like several but about 5 years ago I was working in
Tysons corner Virginia and drove to
Daves world famous bar b q
I got hooked and ate there 4 of the 5 nights I was there.
Now we have one in Clearwater yee haw
its a 2 hour drive but worth it
they are supposed to build one near me soon
I keep writing them e-mails because I found a perfect spot for one
but they keep blowing me off and telling me to go to Clearwater
I need to get over to KC to check out some bbq KC style.Over on this end of I-70, Gates, (I did his HVAC for 7 years) Bryant's, K.C. Masterpiece, Smokestack all very good. Come on over in the fall for the American Royal BBQ contest, a good time.
I stopped at The Salt Lick in Dripping Springs-Driftwood (Austin) area Texas, their beans sucked, no fries on the place, Brisket was awesome, but that was all.