Sweet Lew’s Barbeque, Buxton Hall Barbecue, Lexington Barbecue, Grady’s BBQ, and Skylight Inn BBQ all represent NC on this Thrillist list
Is the North Carolina Department of Transportation Anti-Barbecue? John Tanner things maybe perhaps so.
NC DOT, careless of the thousands of victims of The Great Wilber’s Debacle, now turns its guns on Lexington. NC Dot has determined that the Smiley’s-Speedy’s section of Winston Road apparently gets a fair amount of traffic. Of course it does. It contains two barbecue places.
Robert Moss reflects on Charleston’s dining scene so far, including the barbecue scene which went from “minor outpost to [an] acclaimed destination”
USA Today advocates for Clyde Cooper’s BBQ in Raleigh, saying its “a key stop on any tour of America’s pantheon of BBQ joints”
Bryan Furman will be at this November’s Savannah Food & Wine Festival
Can any city rival Austin’s BBQ? Austin-based food writer Rob Balon says no.
The 36th Barbecue Festival will take place October 26th in Lexington