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    In Phoenix try BobbyQs off I-17. Ribs and even the BBQ chicken are very good. The smoked, yes, smoked prime rib is one of the best.

    In Chicago, we have quite a few great rib joints. One of the latest which was featured on TripleD (Diners, Drive-ins and Dives) is Smoque, in the city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorimorris View Post
    Rendezvous in Memphis. It's off 2nd St(I think) and down this alley. Good food although I was a little nervous getting there! You have to go down this alley to get to the entrance. If you go you gotta try the sausage and cheese.
    Dude are you kidding me!? I know exactly where this shithole is.. I couldnt remember the name of it but i know how great the food is! I had something spicey there that stayed with me a few days, it was bbq you wont soon forget.. We try to hit it everytime we go through memphis now..
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    What kind of BBQ are we talking here? Beef, Hog, Chicken? Dry rub or wet? Thick sauce or watery? So many variables man.

    Can ya tell I love BBQ? Chicago has a few good places I must admit.
    East bound and down, loaded up and truckin',
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    snows in lexington tx
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    tin roof in humble tx

    few of my faves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forfend View Post
    What kind of BBQ are we talking here? Beef, Hog, Chicken? Dry rub or wet? Thick sauce or watery? So many variables man.

    Can ya tell I love BBQ? Chicago has a few good places I must admit.
    Calm down boy. You seem excited! Here is the website, you can do your own research. Charles Vergos' Rendezvous :: The Restaurant

    I always have ribs, chicken, or sausage and cheese(appetizer). I don't like sauce, so I have only had the dry version. If you go that way, it is worth stopping by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorimorris View Post
    Calm down boy. You seem excited! Here is the website, you can do your own research. Charles Vergos' Rendezvous :: The Restaurant

    I always have ribs, chicken, or sausage and cheese(appetizer). I don't like sauce, so I have only had the dry version. If you go that way, it is worth stopping by.

    Bookmarked it on the GPS
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    when i was in Orlando (for theme parks) we had to try Bubbalou's
    Bubbalou?s Bodacious BBQ - Your award-winning BBQ restaurant and No.1 Orlando BBQ catering company!

    was lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKANITRO View Post
    Best BBQ ever tasted is from Neon Leon's down in a small town called Fannett, TX out on Taylor's Bayou. Some perks of growing up in the sticks.
    Not to be a buzz kill, but I live in Beaumont Texas which is a whopping 5 miles from Fannett. Never heard of it.

    Try SALTLICK Steakhouse. One word, PHENOMINAL! Hope my spelling was correct. LOL
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    The Salt Lick Restaurant ? Driftwood, Texas, Location ? Just outside of Austin
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    Texas BBQ Ownez!

    1) The Saltlick - Driftwood, TX
    2) Louis Mueller - Taylor, TX
    3) Coopers BBQ - LLano, TX

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