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  1. #92
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    City BBQ in Luling TX. Best brisket I have hand bar none.

  2. #93
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeyehvac View Post
    City BBQ in Luling TX. Best brisket I have hand bar none.
    Yes, City Market in Luling is my favorite also. Thier Brisket and Sausage are second to none!
    Don't redistribute my wealth,, redistribute my work ethic!

  3. #94
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    not BBQ but the steaks are most excellent. 2 locations in the DFW area. Love and War in Texas. The prime rib is awesome!. And the Shiner is so close in freshness to the mothers tit in Shiner Tx. I give that place a solid 9.5. Not a 10, Still looking for that. Also there is a restaurant in Canadian Tx that is to die for. It's called the Cattle Exchange. Everything is great and the bread pudding "drool" will knock your shorts off!!. If you want directions let me know. If you are ever in the Amarillo area it's about 100 miles northeast and it's worth the trip. Don't get snookered into going to the Big Texan. Cattle Exchange is 50 times better!! Happy dining!!
    Can't wait for my next service call in Canadian!!!! And I could expense it too!!

  4. #95
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    Being up here in VT we don't have any BBQ places. One guy started one and it sucked so he went out.

    A local guy in Louisville KY told us, when we were visiting, about a place. It is called The Front Ave BBQ. The locals call it the FAB.

    The man gave us directions and ended with "When you see the smoke that's where it is."

    The place was great, everyone made you feel at home. If you ever go to Louisville look it up.

  5. #96
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    Good BBQ in southern California is pretty hard to find since Mexican food tends to dominate the food market, but i think Lucielle's is pretty darn good. I think it is sort of a small chain though since it is located near a local mall.

  6. #97
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    Pappa's Soul Food Kitchen here in Eugene. If you're ever out west in Oregon, visit this place. Hands down, the best.

  7. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebe View Post
    my fav. joint
    The only place that come close is in Houston, it's called "a taste of Texas"... still, Peter Luger is the best, IMO.
    Forget about Old Homestead steakhouse, overpriced and can't hold a candle to Peter Luger..
    I agree with Beba - taste of Texas - love it!

  8. #99
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    A little town in SC named Manning has a BBQ rest. called D & H BBQ. I love eating there, the food is great, the people are awesome, the owners mother came up to my table sat down and started talking to me out of the blue. If you are ever in the area you should try it.

  9. #100
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    Had some good ribs and brisket this week at Fuschaks BBQ in San Marcos Tx.
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    ― Benjamin Franklin

  10. #101
    I agree about Bubbalous is real good in Orlando. I will say that the best I've had was in Kansas City on a training trip. It was actually at this really old classic hotel downtown which I can't remember the name. Never understood the use of dry rubs being from Florida, until I had some KC ribs, dang it that's good. Now I can't make'em without it. Everything we ate downtown KC was awesome, the BBQ and especially the aged steaks from Makers Mark restuarant. WOW. Best food consistly from any trip.
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  11. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by allan38 View Post
    Had some good ribs and brisket this week at Fuschaks BBQ in San Marcos Tx.
    thats my local joint. ribs are good, brisket okay. really good chopped sandwich. i still say Black's in lockhart is the best all around. and they ship anywhere if you don't want to take my word for it.
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  12. #103
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_schmo View Post
    Here in the St. Louis area we have a few good places. We have chain joints like bandanas an Stumpy's. The Man vs. Food show spotlighted Pappy's Smokehouse. Never been there but it's supposed to be great. Me I go to Stumpy's because it's close and good. What are some out there?
    Im from Tennessee but last July me and my girlfriend went to St Louis to catch a cardinals game and went to Pappys. Great food,not a fancy place but the ribs were great!

  13. #104
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    Rudy's in San Antonio (as well as other cities now).

    Love the slogan on the back of the server's shirts:

    "I didn't claw my way to the top of the food chain to eat vegetables."


    Another place in Houston, can't remember the name, but their billboards were great:

    "This ain't advertisin'...it's directions".

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