Travel and Explore Boston
In the past years, traditional smoked barbecue of southern and Texan variation became popular, during the time it is hard to find in dominant cities and harder to find in small cities of its original district. Smoked meat are everywhere. Others is cooked by their fans who likes the best smoker while traveling, and some by celebrity chefs knowing they can translate their skills in any category. Unfortunately, both cases, barbecue is harder to dwell than its eye, and most spots opened in the previous years are overwhelmed barbecue proliferates, either in New York or North Carolina.
However, there are some blissful exclusions, and Sweet Cheeks in Boston is good example. It opened 5 years ago and has been so popular ever since, and truthfully so. Its located close to the historic Fen way Park first made it famous with fans, players, then the Bostonian’s and athletes of every denomination.
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While it closes all the territorial barbecue bases and has lots of southern taste, it includes pulled pork and spareribs style of St Louis together with fried chicken and scratch of pimento cheese, Sweet Cheeks Q is the major cuisine of Texas Hill County, brisket and short ribs, two of the standout meat options. However, the barbecue and drinks is the best. -world class
The eatery is located in the south of Boston University and West of Back Bay, Boston Street. Comfy and rustic place, and high ceilings, bright light and flat screen TV. Giving a cozy and warm surroundings.
For the barbecue aesthetic, its appearance wooden tables on industrial steel bases, foods are serves on a sheets of butcher paper on a metal trays,tables and napkins and silverware is placed inside a cans to serve yourself from.
It manages to catch a little bit of roadhouse barbecue feeling while staying urban and contemporary, but if you will look clearly more tradition you find, like drinks that served in a mason jars and black and white image of classic smokehouses all over Lock hart and Lu ling, the legend of Texas-style barbecue.
The other part is nearly all-American beverage program, featuring locals of New England craft beans and hard ciders, a lengthy list of imported wine, and whiskey list presenting boutique and rye, with flavored cocktails.
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