Some Fine BBQ

For the folks who know me, I’m a bit of a BBQ snob, so last night I had a hankerin (did I spell that right?) for some “q” as the kids call it. I wanted to try something new, so me and the wife stopped by Conway’s BBQ near our house.
First off, it’s like any average BBQ place, not too fancy, standard tables, smiling waitress which is always good. We ordered and got delivered some decent but a bit dry for my taste cornbread as we waited for our food. I’m usually a bit worried if food gets delivered to me ridiculously fast at a restaurant, usually to me that means the foods been sitting in a heat lamp which to me, is never all that good. But this wasn’t the case with Conway’s, after a not-too-long-not-too-short wait our food was delivered. I must say, I was impressed, I ordered the ribs and brisket and my lovely bride ordered the pulled pork. The ribs were fall of the bone and smokey and the brisket was…well it’s really just smoked meat so that worked out as well. I will complain that I wasn’t all that impressed with their sauces but I’m not a big “sauce” person anyway so their weakness in the sauce department didn’t kill the meal for me. The best part of the meal was their sweet potato fries…wonderful! All-in-all a big thumbs up to the whole outing. I still say the best in town is Cecil’s but Conways is mighty fine as well. So folks if you haven’t been and have a BBQ itch head out to Conway’s, I think you’ll be impressed.

1 Comment so far

  1. Terry Howard (unregistered) on April 6th, 2006 @ 7:53 pm

    Cecil’s… Yuck! Heh, to each his own though. I’m just not a big fan of the Texas style being a born and bred Floridian. I’ve been really digging on It’s a Secret at Curry Ford and Bumby. A sort of Southern Caribbean fusion that is oh so good.



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