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What’s your IN spot for BBQ?

07.3.2008 by André Natta · → 5 Comments

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Personally, I can’t believe it is already July, and we are talking about our 4th of July plans! That also means that the IN nominations are closed and we are shipping the IN guide book off to the printer. Whew!

But, no sense in waiting till the book is out, when you have me as an IN leak!

So in the spirit of being patriotic and ready for some 4th of July cookouts, this week’s IN spots are all about some Birmingham Barbeque. “It’s just sooooooo good!” – Michael N. Check out the list after the jump…

Bone Daddy’s

Carlisle’s Barbeque

Costa’s Famous Barbecue

Demetri’s BBQ

Dreamland Bar-B-Que

Full Moon Bar-B-Que

Golden Rule BBQ

Jim N Nick’s Barbeque

Miss Myra’s Bar-B-Q

Everyone has their favorite BBQ spot (and favorite way of spelling it) and we appreciate your sharing them!

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Evan
Evan

carlisle's in my opinion has the best barbecue plate in town... nice vinegar based bbq sauce , just enough spice on the meat, and a decent price tag

libby
libby

Full Moon cookies....

Jeremy
Jeremy

Full Moon is probably my favorite for sandwiches and baby back ribs. Dreamland if I want a rack of spare ribs to naw on. If you like the white sauce, you can't go wrong with Ms. Myra's.

jacob
jacob

hey, look who it is! i might add moe's to this list... i'm not a huge barbecue fan, but it's pretty darn good. and their downtown location is pretty convenient. i propose a citywide blind, barbecue taste-test in multiple categories (chopped pork, beef, ribs, dessert), battle royale-style, winner take all, loser leave town by sunset. your testers will probably need lifetime medical care after sampling all that 'q.

CJ
CJ

In our April 2008 story on reasons to love the city, one of the reasons was because everyone has a different favorite barbecue place. (Barbecue is the correct spelling according to the AP style guide, for those who care. And that's probably just me!) Our editorial staff was asked to write a paragraph each about our favorite barbecue joints. Sure enough, we each chose a separate spot, without any planning!