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Posted by mightymike on 09/04/2005
Been there three times this year and i just keep going back for more. The ribs are great and the wings are too. Bourbon and beer lists are great.
Posted by misplaced Texan on 08/17/2005
The brisket was so hard and dry you have to use a steak knife to cut it. The Mint Juleps where made up of lots of sugar-water, mutilated mint leaves and little bourbon. If you have never had real B-B-Que then I guess you won?t know the difference.
Posted by PLR on 08/12/2005
After reading good reviews here, 3 friends and I gave it a try. The babyback ribs were not very good. They tasted like sawdust and their half rack portion was more like a 1/4 rack. The 2 of us that ordered them sent them back and asked for Kansas CIty ribs which the waitress said would be better. Not by much. The coleslaw was also poor. My friend ordered fried chicken, another disappointment, the mashed potatoes were mediocre, the chicken for the price they charge - tasteless and boring. Overall the experience here was unacceptable.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/03/2005
Great food, especially the sweet potato fries; kid friendly and exceptional service.
Posted by Allison on 07/26/2005
A bit more upscale than I believe BBQ should be, but the food is excellent and the waitstaff is friendly and knowledgeable. Try to the Love for Sale, a great lil cocktail with citron and passion fruit to start, but make sure to switch to their own Blue Smoke local brew with dinner. The sauces are spot on and I can't remember when I've had creamier mashed potatoes-- so light-- or mac n cheese! Definitely worth the trip.
Posted by Mr and Mrs Rodriguez on 06/06/2005
Okay, so barbecue ribs is one of my favorite things, but you gotta love a place where you can get a sampler platter of all kinds of them. Of course I shared it with my spouse because it's plenty, specially when you also get the delicious macaroni & cheese, an order of deviled eggs (just because you can) and of course the fried bread which was describes as a salty elephant ears, but really it was better. It was fluffy and airy and came hot with spicy butter. Don't forget a pint of Brooklyn beer to wash it all down. Wow! I'm getting indigestion just thinking about it. Enjoy!
Posted by Alan from Glasgow on 04/16/2005
We are from Glasgow Scotland and were recommended Blue Smoke. Great atmosphere, well trained staff and very knowledgeable about all produce, wines etc. Food really tasty. Our kids thought it was the best place ever! Will be back..but not soon!