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    File this away for next year I guess but a BBQ place owned by former Minnesota Twins great Torii Hunter in Celina, TX (just a few miles north of Frisco) was named the #2 restaurant in America according to yelp: https://www.yelpblog.com/2019/01/yel...n-the-u-s-2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    File this away for next year I guess but a BBQ place owned by former Minnesota Twins great Torii Hunter in Celina, TX (just a few miles north of Frisco) was named the #2 restaurant in America according to yelp: https://www.yelpblog.com/2019/01/yel...n-the-u-s-2019
    Very cool. Going to check the place out in the next couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    File this away for next year I guess but a BBQ place owned by former Minnesota Twins great Torii Hunter in Celina, TX (just a few miles north of Frisco) was named the #2 restaurant in America according to yelp: https://www.yelpblog.com/2019/01/yel...n-the-u-s-2019
    Ran into a guy that said we should go to Tenders for bbq. Did not make it up there but on the list for next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAKBison View Post
    Well it was in KC, but on the way to Dallas......hit Arthur Bryant's Barbeque. It was fantastic.
    Agreed! Woodyard is good as well, along with Gates in the KC area.

    Damn it, now I want BBQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjamz View Post
    Agreed! Woodyard is good as well, along with Gates in the KC area.

    Damn it, now I want BBQ.

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    Just left hard 8. Be jealous

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    Quote Originally Posted by BisonAccountant44 View Post
    Just left hard 8. Be jealous

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    If we concentrated on the really important stuff in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles"

    When you play football, you gotta like the taste of blood, And 50 percent of the time, it's your blood.

    It is characteristic of the unlearned that they are forever proposing something which is old, and because it has recently come to their own attention, supposing it to be new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    File this away for next year I guess but a BBQ place owned by former Minnesota Twins great Torii Hunter in Celina, TX (just a few miles north of Frisco) was named the #2 restaurant in America according to yelp: https://www.yelpblog.com/2019/01/yel...n-the-u-s-2019
    Looks like they opened up a 2nd location in Frisco. Even more convenient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marenlee View Post
    Looks like they opened up a 2nd location in Frisco. Even more convenient.
    Just ate this place in Frisco location and it was...okay. I got the El Jefe, a sandwich sampler with most of all their meats on it. The boss got a loaded brisket baked potato. The brisket is definitely not as good as Hutchins or Pecan lodge. I liked the ribs but they were not outstanding by any means. The baked beans side dish was pretty solid. The Mac n cheese was slightly better than boxed grocery store versions. The banana pudding was excellent, although not free like Hutchins.

    I canít see myself going back when Hutchins is just up the road. I also canít see how this got #2 on that Yelp list as itís very average bbq for the area.

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