Where is the best BBQ located?

My favorite food is BBQ.  This is no secret to my friends and family.  I love everything about it.  Combining fire, Meat and Spices has proven to be my kryptonite.  I love making it at home, but my favorite thing is eating at different restaurants in different regions of the United States to see all the different ways it can be prepared.  I have had wet BBQ, dry BBQ, sweet BBQ, spicy BBQ and all varieties in between.  It seems like BBQ is served one of two ways.  It is usually served either wet or dry and served with either Vinegar based or Tomato based BBQ sauce.  I enjoy both wet and dry in different ways and enjoy both Vinegar and Tomato based sauces.  It just depends on my mood.  (I told you I love it all!)  One thing I do know for sure is that I love trying all the different kinds of BBQ and I love going to new BBQ places wherever I am traveling to.

Some of my favorite BBQ staples are BBQ Brisket, Pulled Pork, Baby Back Ribs, Smoked Chicken, Smoked Sausage.  Wherever I go I like to try a combo platter of all the Meats, with BBQ beans, Fries, and Slaw to compliment.

From my travels, I have been fortunate enough to have sampled the best BBQ from Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas.

As a central Indiana guy, my favorite local places are are GT Souths Rib House in Indianapolis and Big Hoffas BBQ in Westfield.  My favorite BBQ from the road I must say was from Arkansas and Texas.  I tried several spots in both states and they were all fabulous.  They definitely know how to do it right down South!

Do you have a favorite type of BBQ?  or Favorite BBQ restaurant?  If so, please share.  I want to try them all!  Please share your favorite dishes as well!

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Karl on October 22, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    Judge’s BBQ and Juice Bar (not kidding…) at 2104 West Michigan Street. The best joints are often in “transitional” neighboroods…this is a few blocks east of the river downtown from IUPUI. The big thing for me are their smoked wings.. FABulous. Clean and well run. I found them back in the days that they had a booth in the City Market.

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  2. Posted by Brooks on November 15, 2010 at 9:00 am

    Need to come to my house. This is the best Bar B Que. Risky’s in Fort Worth Texas is incredible. Been there since the 1900’s.

    I LOVE the Q!

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