Discussion in 'Arizona Coyotes' started by BigMac1212, May 22, 2018.
Rudy’s is bomb as is Got Que a mile from where I’m at in surprise.
I've been there. I do agree with your statement.
What kind of BBQ are you asking about? All kinds? Specific kinds? Does Korean BBQ count in what you're asking?
I have yet to come across a BBQ restaurant that beats a BBQ outside of a restaurant both in terms of taste and experience.
Mostly Memphis-Style BBQ.
I thought there was also Carolina?
A field guide to regional BBQ styles in America
I spent a lot of years dining on this...
5 Things To Know About Santa Maria-Style Barbecue | HuffPost
Sounds good...easy to make too.
Enjoying some Little Miss for lunch right now. Went there around 1:30, only a 10 minute wait. There were out of ribs and turkey, but still had brisket, pulled pork and sausage. Going around noon is insane, 45 minute waits are common.
In heaven right now, their stuff is so good.
I'll have to go check that place out. It's not too far from the job .
I don't put much value in magazine "best xyz" lists, but Little Miss BBQ is #3 nationally according to Travel and Leisure.
The 25 Best Places for Barbecue in the U.S.
Made it to Little Miss again yesterday, don't want to talk about how long I was in line. Ribs and brisket:
My Dad's extended family lives in Santa Maria and we have a summer house there. Very few things beat Santa Maria-style BBQ tri tip.
I used to love Honey Bears but the last couple times I went it was only so-so. I've really been digging Pork On A Fork as of late.
Yet another vote for Bobby Q's, I've only been to the I17/Dunlop one and while the area is a little rough around the edges you can't beat the food. It's been there for like 30 years straight or something like that, back when Metro Center was a prime destination, so clearly they must be doing something right!
I love their wings, I haven't had them in forever, they used to only make them on certain days of the week though. No idea if that's still the case.