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Old 10-02-2007, 08:31 AM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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I know of a great BBQ place but its a bit North, it is in Newburg , NY. It is sooo good. The pulled pork sandwich has a great light vinagar sauce sweet and tangy and meat is smoked with the slaw on it. Ribs are good too!!! Its off 17K a strip mall right off the NYS thruway, not that far. Called Barnstormers. Its worth the 45 min. drive.
That is more of a North Carolina type barbeque. We do have both, but I like that type also, but some don't.

Diane
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Old 10-02-2007, 02:43 PM
 
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trust me barnstormers, newburg ny.
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Old 10-02-2007, 03:19 PM
 
Location: NJ for now...
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There are many different styles of bbq in the south - Memphis, Kansas City, Texas etc - everyone has a different type (wet/dry) so I don't exactly what you're looking for but can list a few in my area (Montclair) - they don't all have websites so I'll just add links to their reviews on our local blog. I've only eaten from the first two, Smokey's and Sweet Potato and Pecan and would recomment the first for take-out. Call first to make sure the place is still open.

Smokey's American BBQ Smokey's American BBQ (Baristanet Food) (http://www.baristanet.com/food/2006/06/smokeys_america_1.php - broken link)

Sweet Potato and Pecan
Sweet Potato and Pecan (Baristanet Food) (http://www.baristanet.com/food/2005/04/sweet_potato_an.php - broken link)

Ruthie's BBQ
Ruthie's BBQ (Baristanet Food) (http://www.baristanet.com/food/2007/09/ruthies_bbq.php - broken link)

Sandy's St. Louis Style BBQ
Sandy's St. Louis Style BBQ (Baristanet Food) (http://www.baristanet.com/food/2005/04/sandys_st_louis.php - broken link)

Madear's Southern Cuisine
Madear's Southern Cuisine (Baristanet Food) (http://www.baristanet.com/food/2005/04/madears_souther.php - broken link)

Indigo Smoke
Indigo Smoke (Baristanet Food) (http://www.baristanet.com/food/2005/04/indigo_smoke.php - broken link)
Welcome to Indigo Smoke Restaurant
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Old 10-02-2007, 04:17 PM
 
Location: NJ
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Tahiti,

To be fair, if you believe that the best food is regional, you can't argue that bbq in Tennessee will blow the doors off of the best NJ has to offer. Just as Diane can't argue that pizza in Tennessee can surpass NJ. For proof, I visited my aunt & uncle in Brentwood TN about 10 years ago (she since moved back to Fishkill NY) and they brought me to a place called Corky's. I'll never forget it, it was the best BBQ I've ever had, although a few months ago I had some comparable in El Paso. This is Corkys:



Can you say "Game, set, match"?

Now, if Diane wants to say that pizza in Nashville can compete with NJ, that is her wont, I suppose. However, I subscribe to the fact that the best food should be eaten in the region it specializes in. Will you see me seek out lobster roll in New Mexico? Not a chance!
LOL - absolutely. I believe I'm the one who started a thread recently that said "Mexican in NJ blows"!!! I've never been to TN so I can say for sure BBQ is better, but I would fully expect it to!
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Old 10-02-2007, 04:52 PM
 
Location: Rahway N.J
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I use to go to babyon beach
but i haven't been there since it grew up and took on the name of the town
it was in
I think they re named it Babylon

Now why would Philly have the best Philly cheese steaks ? Hmmm

And what could Vito And Tony be fighting about in Italian ?
It might be who gets to ride shotgun back to Brooklyn

As far as brick or Vinyl, What happened to the good old fashioned wood,spankboard,clapboard
I know all the Old Victorians in Rahway (1800's) are Made with that stuff
as is the Merchants and Drovers Tavern (1795) and a few of the other buildings around that were built before that , And they are still standing and looking good for their age
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Old 10-02-2007, 05:27 PM
 
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has anyone been to Dinosaur BBQ on the west side of manhattan right by the Hud. It is close to the 125th street exit off the henry hudson, and the Fairway supermarket?

is that real bbq?
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Old 10-02-2007, 05:36 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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I use to go to babyon beach
but i haven't been there since it grew up and took on the name of the town
it was in
I think they re named it Babylon

Now why would Philly have the best Philly cheese steaks ? Hmmm

And what could Vito And Tony be fighting about in Italian ?
It might be who gets to ride shotgun back to Brooklyn

As far as brick or Vinyl, What happened to the good old fashioned wood,spankboard,clapboard
I know all the Old Victorians in Rahway (1800's) are Made with that stuff
as is the Merchants and Drovers Tavern (1795) and a few of the other buildings around that were built before that , And they are still standing and looking good for their age
Of course you would say that, You sell houses there. You sound as convincing as a Used Car Salemen.
Diane
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:05 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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In your opinion-What kind of house will hold up better over the Years, Brick or Vinyl? That was my point. My grandfather did brickwork and stonework, and said it would hold up better over time.
Traffic, you know you have,your one of the smallest states with the highest population. Fact taught in NJ History.
Most beaches in NJ charged to get in. In LI they only charged for parking. I parked the whole season there in a Babyon Town Beach, $15.
No traffic to the lakes!

Diane
Babylon, not babyon----TYPO
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:10 PM
 
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Of course you would say that, You sell houses there. You sound as convincing as a Used Car Salemen.
Diane
Sounds kind of like somebody I know who lives in TN
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Old 10-02-2007, 06:14 PM
 
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Tahiti,

To be fair, if you believe that the best food is regional, you can't argue that bbq in Tennessee will blow the doors off of the best NJ has to offer. Just as Diane can't argue that pizza in Tennessee can surpass NJ. For proof, I visited my aunt & uncle in Brentwood TN about 10 years ago (she since moved back to Fishkill NY) and they brought me to a place called Corky's. I'll never forget it, it was the best BBQ I've ever had, although a few months ago I had some comparable in El Paso. This is Corkys:



Can you say "Game, set, match"?

Now, if Diane wants to say that pizza in Nashville can compete with NJ, that is her wont, I suppose. However, I subscribe to the fact that the best food should be eaten in the region it specializes in. Will you see me seek out lobster roll in New Mexico? Not a chance!
Blech, I hope it tastes better than it looks. But then, I'd attack BBQ like nobody's business
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