The Local Palate and writer Jenn Rice detail a pretty action-packed eastern North Carolina barbecue itinerary. The usual suspects are on the list including Barbecue Bros faves Wilber’s Barbecue and Southern Smoke BBQ, but there are plenty of ones I haven’t tried yet. Bookmarking for next Spring.
A new live-fire cooking restaurant called Cinder is opening in Charlotte from Husk veteran Duke Kroger (who identifies as a pitmaster in his Twitter profile)
Mac’s Speed Shop is closing its Cornelius restaurant but opening a new one in Mooresville
Jon G’s was featured in the Fall 2021 Issue of QC Exclusive
ICYMI last month, Boxyard RTP and Lawrence Barbecue are one of the 12 hottest restaurants in the Triangle
The Smoking Ho takes on North Carolina starting with Buxton Hall #CarHOlinaBBQTrip
Lewis Donald and Sweet Lew’s BBQ raised funds to help the family of a young girl who tragically took her own life at the age of 11
Heim Barbecue’s Dallas location will be closed for a few weeks after a fire but its Fort Worth locations remain open
Last week’s Georgia barbecue-focused The Smoke Sheet
The SmoKing of Meats is Joe Musungi, who blends Filipino and Texas barbecue
Are barbecue lines a thing of the past?
New-ish barbecue joint Palmira BBQ is one of the stalls at Port of Call