WILBER’S BACK (in Spring 2020)
Jamestown’s got a new wood-fired barbecue joint in Black Powder Smokehouse
A new barbecue newsletter called The ‘Cue Sheet from historian and author is a must-subscribe
Adrian Miller’s on the barbecue research trail at Lennon’s Restaurant in Warsaw, NC
Martin’s Bar-B-Que in Birmingham is one of the latest stops on John Tanner’s BBQ Blog, and he gave it a coveted Top Place tag
RIP San Antonio’s Granary
Barbecue-flavored vodka? Barbecue-flavored vodka.
Tejas Burgers is a new restaurant from the folks behind Tejas Chocolate that features a smoked burger
Our State Magazine’s got a NC barbecue quiz
Wilber Shirley of Wilber’s Barbecue vows to reopen
“By cutting costs of operation, our long tradition of serving great eastern North Carolina barbecue and good food will be resumed quickly,” he says, adding, “I hope all our loyal customers will return when our doors are open again.”
Robert Moss on the reader-voted South’s 10 Best Barbecue Joints; Southern Soul BBQ in St. Simon’s Island in Georgia again takes the top spot
Bill Poteat of the Gaston Gazette has his own answer to the USA Today’s 10Best reader’s poll of best barbecue in the state, and he’s put Kyle Fletcher’s BBQ at number one
Leonard Botello of Truth BBQ in Houston is hosting a benefit for B’s Cracklin Barbeque at the end of the month
Houston’s best barbecue joints according to Eater
Congrats to Pitmaster Roy Perez of Kreuz Market
D.G. Martin: “Real barbecue restaurants and small towns: Do all you can to preserve them and do not miss any opportunity to enjoy them now before they are gone.”
But could Wilber’s Barbecue actually reopen? They have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Is Philadelphia becoming a barbecue town? I’m not so sure about that…
Southern Living has come out with their best barbecue joints in every state list for 2019; Buxton Hall Barbecue wins honors for NC
This has to be a good sign for Gardner-Webb’s basketball team; can they be the next 16 seed to upset a 1 (against UVa again, nonetheless)?
Heading from Charlotte to Austin? Of course you’re going to seek out some barbecue.
Rodney Scott already making an impact beyond barbecue in Alabama
– Seasoned Review visits Wilber’s Barbecue in Goldsboro for barbecue and chicken and mostly digs it
– Reader’s Digest (which is apparently still around?) selects The Barbecue Festival as one of the Best Small-Town Festivals in America
– Chicago has 4 new southern barbecue spots that seem worth checking out
– The Ringer’s Danny Chau visits Portland and documents his meals, which included Central Texas Barbecue at Matt’s BBQ
– A Charlotte Boy Scout pitmaster has started a…crab cake food truck called Baltimore Crab Cakes
– The more you know: