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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Men's Journal Names Local Barbecue Spot As One of Nation's Best

The FTM team had City Barbeque at their latest team meeting. 
Men's Journal Named 18 of the Best Barbecue Spots in America and one in Highland Heights made the list. From the article, A Road Trip to the 18 Best Barbecue Spots in America:

May might officially be National Barbecue Month, but summer is the time for road trips. And while plenty of people have documented their journeys to all the Major League stadiums, theme parks, national parks, monuments, and presidential assassination destinations across this great land, we can think of no better adventure to take with your friends and family than finding the best, most unique, and most authentically American barbecue eateries in the country. These are the 18 spots you and anyone you can stand three weeks in a car with should be hitting along the way.

Here's what they said about City Barbeque:

It may be a chain, but don’t let it fool you: City BBQ doesn’t mess around with their meat. Top quality cuts, hand-seasoned, and slow smoked, City BBQ is the kind of joint where you don’t actually need sauce. And the upside of it being a chain? There are twenty-three different locations, so chances are you’ll stumble across at least one on your trip.

What to Order: The City Sampler, which includes brisket, pork, sausage, turkey, two sides and Texas Toast. Make sure to choose their famous corn pudding for one of those sides.

We had the BP1 at our last FTM team meeting:
An order of brisket, pulled chicken, mac and cheese, green beans with bacon, cake and all the cutlery and plates. The easiest and best catering around. Thanks City BBQ!

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