Saturday, October 8, 2011

#229: Double T's Bar-b-que

Hungry?  Look no further.  I am a self-proclaimed BBQ advocate, and I am here to tell you that you should go to Double T's.  It's good BBQ, the finger-lickin' napkin-stickin' paper plate-breakin' straight-to-your-gut type of good.

Just as with Four Horsemen Brewing Co. and beer, Double T's knows its product and focuses on perfecting it.  They have won the first place at the College Football Hall of Fame Cook-off.  The menu offers alternative options for those not inclined toward meat slathered in a rich spicy tomato-based sauce, but go to Polito's or Mazatlan if you want something else.  Don't come here for a nice dinner with a pleasant atmosphere -- TV's blare and the decorations are dive bar worthy -- come here for the BBQ.

This, however, makes it a perfect pre- or post-game destination, when one's main objective is good food that'll fill you up fast.  I will say that beer, an essential sidekick to this sort of meal, is available, both on draft and in bottles.  But you will need to ring the beer bell.  They're not kidding about that; they're serious about the barbeque.

Where: 415 N. Hickory Road
When:  Sun, 12:00–6:00pm; Mon Closed; Tue-Thu 11:00am–9:00pm; Fri-Sat 11:00am–10:00pm
The different tray sizes available 
Tip: Really love their stuff?  Get your next event catered by Double T's.  They offer various sizes of barbequed meat dishes (including the $73 Pig Pen), as well as full service dinners, complete with sides and desserts.  Check their menu here.

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