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Brassmonkey
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BBQ in Alabama


I read on one of the boards that someone saw mett eating BBQ in t-town the other day and they were saying the place is known for having the best. Anyone know what joint it is






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Caplewood
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re: BBQ in Alabama


Archibalds

Not Archibalds and Woodrow's.

Archibalds






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Brassmonkey
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Thanks man, think I'll check it out tonight





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Cosmo
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Not dreamland





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townhallsavoy
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No matter where you are in Alabama, it's worth driving to Saws in Homewood to eat the best BBQ in the country.





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BarcelonaLSU
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Jim N Nick's is awesome BBQ as well.





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FredSecunda
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BBQ in Alabama
No matter where you are in Alabama, it's worth driving to Saws in Homewood to eat the best BBQ in the country.



Saw's is great, though I prefer the new location in Avondale to the one in Homewood.

Other good spots in Birmingham:

Demetri's has great smoked wings.

Moe's BBQ has great wings and pulled pork.

Carlile's has a very good open faced pork sandwich with a thin, vinegar based sauce.






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Jim N Nick's is awesome BBQ as well.









No.



Rusty's BBQ in Leeds has the best ribs (dry rub) I've ever had.

Saw's, original golden rule (the one in irondale, don't talk to me about the other ones), Moe's, ad Dimitiri's are all very solid as well.



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Jim n Nicks is turrible





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townhallsavoy
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Saw's is great, though I prefer the new location in Avondale to the one in Homewood.


Both are outstanding. There's something about the original location that gets me.

But Avondale has more choices. Their oyster sandwich is to die for.

Also, the new location near Mountain Brook has the best fried chicken I've ever had. They brine it in sweet tea.






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