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The Smokestack BBQ Restaurant
8920 Wornall Rd Kansas City, MO 64114 Phone: (816) 444-5542

We have been eating here since I was a kid.  Our family grew up in this neighborhood and the killer BBQ smell constantly whiffed through the air.  I can safely say the The Smokestack BBQ Restaurant at 89th and Wornall in Kansas City has THE BEST - bar none - BBQ BEANS.

*You have a feeling a place is going to be good when you get out of your car and smell smoking meat. Fortunately, the meal did live up to its parking lot aroma. I had the jumbo sandwich (beef and pork) that includes fries, slaw, and pickles for $7. They allow you to make substitutions and I substituted beans for slaw. The sandwich was pretty good - plenty of meat but it was a little dry. The beans were good (I think!). They gave you enough for 2 bites so they definitely need to improve the portions for beans. The fries were crispy and of the "steak fry" variety. I would have liked them a little less done. The service was excellent, especially considering our large group. Overall, I liked the place and would go back.

*An average outing today… I had the burnt ends lunch which is a deviation from my usual sandwich. The burnt ends were for the most part lean but not all had the smoky flavor I was hoping for. Some pieces tasted like pot roast with BBQ sauce. Ordering burnt ends can be risky as some are served way to fatty or lack the smoke flavor. I gave the beans a 0 rating - an all time low in our years on this tour. The reason for the low rating…? I was finished eating the beans before I could actually taste them. Seriously, there must have been a total of 15 beans in this thimble serving. Here's some advise - if you are going to serve a side, serve a side! I would guess that beans are relatively inexpensive to make. I don't understand why beans are served in such miniscule portions at many BBQ places. For you folks reading our reviews, if you know something about this bean mystery, send an email to Rick. The fries were ok and the sauce was good. Aside from the beans, the portions were decent. Service was good. If you get over to the Smoke Stack, check out the picture of the person playing what looks like a Mandolin or Lute on the wall. Rumor has it that this person is one of Dick S's relatives.

*Smokestack was okay. My ham sandwich was decent but not enough to make me want to come back. The portions on the beans were something off a children’s menu. I took three bites (One bite for Rick) and they were gone. The service was okay and the price was good. Otherwise.....where are we going next?

*Enjoyed Smokestack BBQ. Location was easy to get to on Wornall - smoke and smoked meat smell greeted us in the parking lot. Thurs. sausage sandwich special was a good value and very tasty. Non-specials seemed a little pricey to me. Plenty of seating room to accommodate our party of 12. Thought the beans were especially good, but side portions were too small from my point of view. Slaw was excellent. This place does substitutions on sides which I appreciate. Fries were very crispy the way I like them. Air conditioning was working - bring a sweater next time, Jana.

*It was a good lunch. The smell of smoke coming from their "stack" was a welcome smell to a hungry group. The sandwich was very good. It does continue to surprise me that a restaurant would limit the cole slaw and beans to as such small sample cup. I there anything cheaper to buy than cabbage and beans? They should make the servings last for the whole meal and not disappear on the first spoonful.

*Though the serving was too small the beans were very good. And the fries were the nice, thick, crispy kind that I like. The sauce was OK (not the best and not the worst I've ever had). I was not impressed with the meat. The burnt ends were a little to fatty and the sausage was served barely warm under a warm sauce. The atmosphere was pretty good and our waitress did an impressive job of waiting on our group, keeping orders straight, refilling drinks, etc.

*The ribs were over cooked . The beans were above average with burnt ends included in the beans. The slaw was very good with a sweet taste. The service was good. Orange creme but no red creme. No dessert.

*You see the sign and say ahhh. You get out of your car, smell the smoke and say ahhh. You go inside the restaurant and say yummm. You start eating the sliced meat platter and say whaaa? There's nothing spectacular here folks, just a typical place. The service was good and cordial. The price was right. The thimble-sized serving of beans were pretty good, but the sauce was bland and the meat was average. The fries...no thanks, I'll pass. This Smoke Stack is one of a chain of Smoke Stacks owned and operated by one side of the Fiorella family. I suppose that's what makes my rating even more disappointing since the Fiorella's are a well-respected mainstay in Kansas City barbecue.

*The Wornall Smokestack is a good, solid BBQ joint. The service was very friendly and efficient (even if she did like to talk, so did we). My ribs were a bit over cooked, but tasty. Beans were also good. The sauce has a unique short of Bryant's gritty yellow sauce.

*beer free place.

*Aside from being LEFT BEHIND on the curb for this G.A.S. excursion, it was great to get back to this Smokestack restaurant. Mary Fiorella runs this one and her daughter was our waitress. I ordered the short stack sandwich with beef only (you can get two choices of meat) and chose the fries and Cole slaw. An extra charge will also get you the cheesy corn, which is my favorite. Some others ordered the pork ribs and said they were good and plentiful. This is a convenient location at 89th and Wornall and their sauce and beans are terrific.

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Gates and Sons Bar-B-Q Restaurants

Gates BBQ is a Kansas City staple.  Recently celebrating their 60th anniversary, Gates has become Kansas City's most popular BBQ Restaurant.  George and Arzelia Gates, their three children, Winnifred, Gwendolyn and Ollie, the cook, Arthur Pinkard and a waitress opened the restaurant in October 1946. The Gates family now owns nine restaurants and manufacturers barbecue sauce sold in grocery and specialty stores. Business head, Ollie Gates is active in the community serving on numerous boards and investing in properties to rebuild the community.

Perhaps one of the most memorable things about Gates BBQ Restaurants is the greeting that you receive when you walk through the door.  "HI MAY I HELP YOU!!!"  Get ready to order quickly - these people don't mess around.  We know Ollie Gates personally from years of playing golf with him at Minor Park and Swope Park Golf tournaments and we know that he is one of the best businessmen Kansas City has ever seen.  Ollie runs a tight ship to say the least.

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Gates BBQ Restaurant Locations

Gates BBQ Restaurant Kansas City
1325 East Emanuel Cleaver Blvd.
Kansas City, MO
816-531-7522

Gates BBQ Restaurant Kansas City
1221 Brooklyn
Kansas City, MO
816-483-3880

Gates BBQ Restaurant Kansas City
10440 East 40 Highway
Independence, MO
816-353-5880

Gates BBQ Restaurant Kansas City
3205 Main
Kansas City, MO
816-753-0828

Gates BBQ Restaurant Kansas City
103rd & State Line
Leawood, KS
913-383-1752

Gates BBQ Restaurant Kansas City
1026 State Ave
Kansas City, KS
913-621-1134

Gates BBQ Restaurant Menu

Entrees

Slab, Short End, Long End
Chicken, Beef Sausage, Mutton,
Mixed Plate
Large Party Tray (serves 7-8)
Small Party Tray (serves 4-5)
President's Choice Tray (serves 7-8)

Sandwiches

Single Beef, Ham, or Turkey Sandwiches
Beef, Ham, or Turkey on a Bun
Double-Deck Beef Sandwich
Double-Deck Ham Sandwich
Double-Deck Turkey Sandwich
Double-Deck Combo Sandwich
Beef and a Half
Ham and a Half
Turkey and a Half
Combination and a Half

Meat By the Pound

Sliced Beef
Sliced Ham
Sliced Turkey
1/2lb Sliced Beef
1/2lb Sliced Ham
1/2lb Sliced Turkey

Sides

Bar-B-Q Beans
Potato Salad
Coleslaw
French Fried Potatoes
French Fried Onion Rings

Beverages

Beer by the Mug or Pitcher
Soda (Pepsi-Cola Products)
Complimentary Coffee When Dining In

Gates Bar-B-Q Restaurant Official Website

In 1946 Arthur Pinkard - who was a cook for Perry - joined with George Gates to form Gates and Sons Bar-B-Q. The restaurant was initially in the same neighborhood.

More molasses was added to the Gates barbecue sauce to make it sweeter. Gates also expanded its footprint in a more conventional way, with restaurants all displaying certain trademarks -- red-roofed buildings, a recognizable logo (a strutting man clad in tuxedo and top hat) and the customary "Hi, May I Help You?" greeting belted out by its employees as patrons enter.

Gates has opened restaurants throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area.

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Famous Dave's Barbeque
1320 Village West Parkway
Kansas City, KS 66111 Phone: 913.334.8646
Official Website - www.famousdavesbbq.com

Famous Dave's Menu Sample

Enjoy one or more of our Chicken, BBQ, Ham, Pork, or Catfish with
your choice of side dishes. But one word or advice from Dave:
"Never eat anything bigger than your head."
Two Meat Combo $13.99
Your choice of any two of the tender, tasty items below...

Hot Link Sausage $10.69
A real mouthful of hollers! Twelve ounces of Hot Link sausage, best served with an ice-cold beer to douse the flames.

Texas Beef Brisket $11.79
Flavorful tender brisket, hand-trimmed.

Double Smoked Ham $10.69
Drizzled with Dave's Sweet Soul Glaze, smoked and baked for the most tender, flavorful ham! Double Smoking gives the ham a sweet crunchy coating.

Georgia Chopped Pork $10.69
Deeply seasoned with our rib rub and BBQ sauce.

Barbeque Chicken $10.99
Flavor permeates the meat, then it's flame-kissed & crisped.

Country Roasted Chicken $10.99
Hit with a blast of lemon-pepper marinade, char-grilled.Entrees include: Corn Bread Muffin, Corn-on-the-Cob, and Choice of two side dishes.
Add a Cup of Chicken Wild Rice Soup, Chili, Garden Fresh Salad or Caesar Salad for only $2.99.

BBQ or Buffalo Chicken Wings $9.99
Enjoy 'em barbeque style, "hot" or "not", (that's hot or mild) or made the traditional Buffalo-style.

Chicken Tenders $10.69
Tender strips, lightly breaded and fried. Served with Sweet Soul Jalapeno sauce.

Rib Tips $10.99
Over a full pound of tips, grilled and slathered in Rich & Sassy® BBQ sauce and chopped into tender, bite-size pieces.

Spareribs-N-Meat Combo $14.99
Tender to the bone spareribs and your choice of any one of the above.

The Legend of Famous Dave's BBQ

The Discovery of Barbeque as a Young Boy in Chicago.
Dave Anderson, founder of Famous Dave's, lives for barbeque. Growing up in Chicago, home of the Blues, Dave's passion for ribs began as a young boy when his dad would bring ribs home from work in his lunch bucket. His dad, an electrician, worked with construction workers, who often returned from their lunch break with the best tasting slow-smoked spare ribs from street corner vendors who used 55 gallon smokers filled with charcoal and smoldering green hickory wood. They were the legendary ribs just like the champion pitmasters used to smoke way down in the deep South.
The Passion for Barbeque Grows and the Restaurant Dream Begins.
Realizing that his dream was to one day open his own barbeque restaurant, Dave spent more than 25 years of his adult life searching all over the country for the best barbeque and feasting on a variety of smoked meats available from every barbeque joint he could find. His passion was almost religious in nature-his understanding of the holy trinity is "Smoke, Meat and Sauce". His trips to these most famous bastions of barbeque were like "pilgrimages" to the most "hallowed shrines" of barbeque!
During his travels, Dave visited every barbeque restaurant he could find—literally thousands over 25 years. From the neighborhood storefront BBQ shacks in Memphis, Kansas City, and Chicago, to the backwoods smoke-houses found in the Southern foothills of Missouri, Georgia, Tennessee the Carolinas, and finally, to the huge mesquite pits of Texas.
Dave’s Secret Family Barbeque Sauce is Developed.
With each trip, Dave learned more and more about barbeque sauces too, and would return home to his kitchen for repeated testing and the refining of his taste senses. Trying to understand the intricate workings of natural flavors, fruit juices, black strap molasses, spices and herbs, and how they'd react to each other under various times and temperatures.
Dave would spend countless hours crushing, grinding and tasting fresh herbs and spices. He would taste them dry, boil them, saute' them in different oils, and then hold them in his mouth until he truly understood the correct conditions to blend these fresh ingredients. After more than 25 years and many all-night cooking and tasting sessions, with thousands of batches of sauces, he finally developed and perfected the best barbeque sauce his friends and family had ever tasted.
Dave Discovers the Only Way to Cook Real BBQ Ribs.
Dave quickly learned that conventional methods of cooking ribs were not good at all. He found that parboiling and baking washed all the flavor out of ribs and that they had to be drowned in store bought sauce. After 25 years of backyard experiments, Dave has smoked tons of ribs in an old garbage can and cooked up thousands of gallons of sauce perfecting his now famous barbeque. Dave discovered that there is no other way to smoke good"cue" than to first hand rub each slab with a blend of southern spices, then slow smoke'm in a pit of smoldering hickory. This was the time-honored way, the traditional way used by champion pitmasters down in the Deep South. These ribs are so good right out of the smoker—try 'em without the sauce—just order your bones naked! These were the kind of ribs Dave had grown to love as a boy in Chicago—the kind he knew, along with his barbeque sauce, would someday make his barbeque famous.
A Life-long Dream is Realized when Dave
Opens his First Restaurant in Hayward
In 1994, while continuing to call Minneapolis home, Dave purchased a small resort on Big Round Lake in Hayward. The resort, with eight cabins, had a restaurant and bar that Dave envisioned as the possible fulfillment of his life's dream—a barbeque restaurant. Planning a modest remodeling, the restaurant was ultimately demolished and rebuilt in the style of a magnificent Adirondack Lodge. From the beginning, the restaurant, named "Famous Dave's BBQ Shack," was a tremendous success—serving as many as 1,000 in a night. Dave regularly heard those from the Twin Cities asking when a Shack might come to Minneapolis. With the success of this northwoods lodge, Dave knew that his dreams of a roadhouse barbeque shack and blues club would soon be a reality.
Expansion of the ?Dream? Comes to Minneapolis and Beyond!
Knowing he had the kind of barbeque, people craved and would drive several hours to get, Dave was eager to bring a BBQ Shack to Minneapolis. In looking for a location, Dave came across what he thought would be a perfect spot in the quaint, old-time Linden Hills neighborhood. So, in the winter of 1995, work began on a true Southern roadhouse Shack, filled with antiques and fun murals, reminiscent of the BBQ shacks that filled the South 50 years ago. With little advertising and a location in a hidden little treasure of a neighborhood, customers and food writers alike soon discovered Famous Dave's with its little 50-seat dining room and 25-seat screened-in porch. People drove from all parts of the Twin Cities and beyond to eat the barbeque that was really growing "famous". And like Hayward, once again, one guest after another began asking Dave when a Shack might come to their neighborhood. These requests, over weeks and months, came to fuel a dream of a Famous Dave's expansion across America!
Famous Dave’s Opens the Hottest Blues Club in Minneapolis
Growing up in the windy city called "Sweet Home Chicago", Dave realized there isn't anything better than great barbeque and some good ol' down home blues-Chicago style! In September 1996, Famous Dave's BBQ & Blues opened in Calhoun Square at Lake St. and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis. Modeled after a street in Chicago, the "true- to-life" blues club was complete with an overhead-elevated train track with sound and visual effects! In order to achieve the "realism" Dave desired, he engaged the talents of a design company whose credits include work on numerous movie sets including "Grumpy Old Men". A smashing success from its opening, the blues club continues to feature butt-rockin' and foot stompin' blues from both local and national blues acts. This landmark Club, Famous Dave's BBQ & Blues, has won awards for "Best Music", "Best Blues Vocalist", Best Restaurant Design", and "Best Take-Out Menu". If you love eatin' ribs 'till the sauce runs down your elbows while shakin' your butt to some of the best live blues music anywhere in the country, this is the place to be.
National Awards for ?Best Ribs? and ?Best Sauce in America?
In November 1995, Famous Dave's was named 1st place winner for its Rich & Sassy barbeque sauce at the American Royal Barbecue Sauce Contest in Kansas City, Missouri—the largest and most prestigious barbeque contest in the world! Mpls./St. Paul Magazine followed in December by naming Famous Dave's the Best BBQ Joint. Since then, famous Dave's has won one award after another including Greatest Ribs in America, Greatest Sauce in America, Best New Restaurant, Best Dessert, and Dave himself was named "Restaurateur of the Year". At the 1999 Great American Rib Cookoff, where several hundred thousands of people attend to eat great ribs, Dave and his team won another Greatest Ribs in America award!
National Rib Cooking Team Smokes the Competition!
From Fargo, to Cleveland, to Chicago, to Kansas City, to the Twin Cities and many other cities, the Famous Dave's national rib cooking team has brought home the bacon and more first place trophies than the Chicago Bulls! Dave's commitment to always being the best is constantly being honed through competitive rib cook-offs with the top championship pitmasters in the country. These ribfests, which attract hundreds of thousands of BBQ fans, feature hundreds of rib cookers all competing for thousands of dollars in prize monies and braggin' rights of being the "Best of the Best". Dave's first place trophies can be found displayed in his restaurants. Next time you're eating ribs in another restaurant ask to see their trophies!
Dave’s Commitment to Quality. ?!?
A Famous Dave’s rib is better from the start. Dave understands you can't wind up with the best-tasting barbequed ribs if you don't start with the best quality raw product—the St. Louis sparerib. Unlike cheaper quality cuts of ribs you find in most places, this rib is the best available. First, the less-than-tender piece of meat on the underside of the rib, called the skirt, is trimmed away. And second, Dave insists on a slab of ribs of more than 2-1/2 pounds rather than the commonly used 1-3/4 pounders. This large slab of ribs has gained Famous Dave's the national distinction of being the "!" Dave's unusual attention to details is legendary in the meat industry. As one story goes, late one Sunday night, with his car filled with boxes of ribs that did not meet his strict specs, Dave drove all the way to Chicago so he could personally return them to the supplier first thing Monday morning. All meat suppliers are personally trained by Dave, even the butchers on their cutting lines. It costs a bit more for this level of quality, but take one look, and especially one bite, and you'll taste the difference of a Famous Dave's rib.
“Hog Heaven” University
Dave's commitment to quality doesn't end with high quality products but actually starts with the commitment to train team members so that they can serve you the best dang barbeque in the country! Hog Heaven University is Famous Dave's intensive 10 week training program for managers that ends with them being recognized as certified Famous Dave's Pitmasters. Only Trained Pitmasters are allowed to prepare Dave's award winning ribs. Training is also an on-going daily commitment at each Famous Dave's where performance is constantly challenged and improved in order to "WOW!" you with the best possible service and the best tasty food in the country!
Eatin’ Good at Famous Dave’s goes beyond just Legendary BBQ.
Dave insists that the same attention and caring that goes into the barbeque, goes into the side fixins and desserts. The marinated country roast chicken is so tasty your lips will feel like Mick Jagger's. You'll love honey-buttered corn bread muffins that melt in your mouth, creamy cole slaw that's better than all the rest, and Wilbur beans made from our smoked brisket and sausage with a spicy kick from jalapeno peppers. Dave's tasty salads and burgers are among the best in town.
And when it comes to desserts, it's time to loosen the belt, take a deep breath, and keep on goin' with absolutely to-die-for homemade delights. All served the way Dave likes 'em — BIG — right from the oven… with ice cream and whipped cream to-boot.
A Great Barbeque Joint has got to be fun, too!
You'd think that with all the attention Dave gives to the quality of his barbeque, side fixins, and desserts, he'd be satisfied. Nope. Dave's a firm believer in a "total dining experience". One in which atmosphere could never be an "after-thought". From the moment you walk through the door you'll know that you're somewhere special. And then you'll hear booty shakin', foot stompin' songs playing that have been carefully hand-picked by Dave from his collection of over 3,000 CD's. Together, the decor and music are designed to entertain, make you smile, and make you feel as though you've left the rest of the world behind. Good ol' fashioned hospitality will make you feel that you've just been treated to an experience at Famous Dave's reminiscent of a good ol' backyard barbeque—with the best of food and the best of friends.
Famous Dave’s Promise…
To serve you the best tasting food and great tasting barbeque with good ol' fashioned hospitality in a fun environment. Should you ever be dissatisfied with anything about your dining or catering experience with Famous Dave's, please let us know...we'll make it right. I promise: Our whole purpose in life is just to make you happy! And as I always say...
“May you always be surrounded by
good friends and great barbeque"
 

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Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue

Jack Stack BBQ Kansas City Locations...

Freighthouse Location
101 W. 22ND St., KC, MO 64108
ph: 816.472.7427

Martin City Location
13441 Holmes Rd., KC, MO 64145
ph: 816.942.9141

Overland Park, Kansas Location
9520 W. Metcalf Ave., OP, KS 66212
ph: 913.385.7427

Country Club Plaza Location
4747 Wyandotte Street, KC, MO 64112
ph: 816.531.7427

Official Website - www.jackstackkc.com

Originally a part of the Fiorella family-owned chain of Smoke Stack Barbecue restaurants, with the original restaurant located in south Kansas City on Prospect Avenue. Founded by family patriarch Russ Fiorella in 1957, it eventually lead to the opening of four more restaurants for the Fiorella family. One of these restaurants, Smoke Stack Barbecue of Martin City, was opened in 1974 by the eldest son Jack Fiorella and his wife Delores.

In the mid-90's, when Jack and Delores wanted to add a second location in neighboring Overland Park, Kansas, they decided to change their name to Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue to set themselves apart from the family chain of Smoke Stack restaurants. They also opened a full-service catering operation along with Private Dining facilities in south Kansas City just two blocks south of the Martin City restaurant. They have also added two more restaurants in Kansas City, Missouri. One of them is located in the beautifully restored Freight House across from Union Station, with their fourth addition to the Jack Stack family of restaurants located on The Country Club Plaza.

Starting in 2000, Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue began shipping their barbecue nationwide. Media exposure on The Food Network and Modern Marvels on The History Channel has lead to explosive growth for the World Class shipping division. In 2006, they tripled the size of their facility to accommodate their rapid growth.

Jack Fiorella remains active in guiding the future of the World Class shipping division. Restaurant operations have now been passed along to his son Kevin, and son-in-law Case Dorman.

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The Smokestack BBQ Restaurant

8920 Wornall Rd Kansas City, MO 64114 Phone: (816) 444-5542

We have been eating here since I was a kid.  Our family grew up in this neighborhood and the killer BBQ smell constantly whiffed through the air.  I can safely say the The Smokestack BBQ Restaurant at 89th and Wornall in Kansas City has THE BEST - bar none - BBQ BEANS.

*You have a feeling a place is going to be good when you get out of your car and smell smoking meat. Fortunately, the meal did live up to its parking lot aroma. I had the jumbo sandwich (beef and pork) that includes fries, slaw, and pickles for $7. They allow you to make substitutions and I substituted beans for slaw. The sandwich was pretty good - plenty of meat but it was a little dry. The beans were good (I think!). They gave you enough for 2 bites so they definitely need to improve the portions for beans. The fries were crispy and of the "steak fry" variety. I would have liked them a little less done. The service was excellent, especially considering our large group. Overall, I liked the place and would go back.

*An average outing today… I had the burnt ends lunch which is a deviation from my usual sandwich. The burnt ends were for the most part lean but not all had the smoky flavor I was hoping for. Some pieces tasted like pot roast with BBQ sauce. Ordering burnt ends can be risky as some are served way to fatty or lack the smoke flavor. I gave the beans a 0 rating - an all time low in our years on this tour. The reason for the low rating…? I was finished eating the beans before I could actually taste them. Seriously, there must have been a total of 15 beans in this thimble serving. Here's some advise - if you are going to serve a side, serve a side! I would guess that beans are relatively inexpensive to make. I don't understand why beans are served in such miniscule portions at many BBQ places. For you folks reading our reviews, if you know something about this bean mystery, send an email to Rick. The fries were ok and the sauce was good. Aside from the beans, the portions were decent. Service was good. If you get over to the Smoke Stack, check out the picture of the person playing what looks like a Mandolin or Lute on the wall. Rumor has it that this person is one of Dick S's relatives.

*Smokestack was okay. My ham sandwich was decent but not enough to make me want to come back. The portions on the beans were something off a children’s menu. I took three bites (One bite for Rick) and they were gone. The service was okay and the price was good. Otherwise.....where are we going next?

*Enjoyed Smokestack BBQ. Location was easy to get to on Wornall - smoke and smoked meat smell greeted us in the parking lot. Thurs. sausage sandwich special was a good value and very tasty. Non-specials seemed a little pricey to me. Plenty of seating room to accommodate our party of 12. Thought the beans were especially good, but side portions were too small from my point of view. Slaw was excellent. This place does substitutions on sides which I appreciate. Fries were very crispy the way I like them. Air conditioning was working - bring a sweater next time, Jana.

*It was a good lunch. The smell of smoke coming from their "stack" was a welcome smell to a hungry group. The sandwich was very good. It does continue to surprise me that a restaurant would limit the cole slaw and beans to as such small sample cup. I there anything cheaper to buy than cabbage and beans? They should make the servings last for the whole meal and not disappear on the first spoonful.

*Though the serving was too small the beans were very good. And the fries were the nice, thick, crispy kind that I like. The sauce was OK (not the best and not the worst I've ever had). I was not impressed with the meat. The burnt ends were a little to fatty and the sausage was served barely warm under a warm sauce. The atmosphere was pretty good and our waitress did an impressive job of waiting on our group, keeping orders straight, refilling drinks, etc.

*The ribs were over cooked . The beans were above average with burnt ends included in the beans. The slaw was very good with a sweet taste. The service was good. Orange creme but no red creme. No dessert.

*You see the sign and say ahhh. You get out of your car, smell the smoke and say ahhh. You go inside the restaurant and say yummm. You start eating the sliced meat platter and say whaaa? There's nothing spectacular here folks, just a typical place. The service was good and cordial. The price was right. The thimble-sized serving of beans were pretty good, but the sauce was bland and the meat was average. The fries...no thanks, I'll pass. This Smoke Stack is one of a chain of Smoke Stacks owned and operated by one side of the Fiorella family. I suppose that's what makes my rating even more disappointing since the Fiorella's are a well-respected mainstay in Kansas City barbecue.

*The Wornall Smokestack is a good, solid BBQ joint. The service was very friendly and efficient (even if she did like to talk, so did we). My ribs were a bit over cooked, but tasty. Beans were also good. The sauce has a unique short of Bryant's gritty yellow sauce.

*beer free place.

*Aside from being LEFT BEHIND on the curb for this G.A.S. excursion, it was great to get back to this Smokestack restaurant. Mary Fiorella runs this one and her daughter was our waitress. I ordered the short stack sandwich with beef only (you can get two choices of meat) and chose the fries and Cole slaw. An extra charge will also get you the cheesy corn, which is my favorite. Some others ordered the pork ribs and said they were good and plentiful. This is a convenient location at 89th and Wornall and their sauce and beans are terrific.

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Arthur Bryant's BBQ Restaurant
The Original Location
1727 Brooklyn Avenue, K.C., MO,  816-231-1123

Legends at the Kansas Speedway
1702 Village West Parkway, K.C., KS, 913-788-7500

Ameristar Casino
3200 N. Ameristar Dr., K.C., MO, 816-414-7474

About Arthur Bryant's Legacy...

Arthur Bryant, the legendary King of Ribs, is the most renowned barbequer in history. He created a sauce that has attracted the likes of former Presidents Harry Truman and Jimmy Carter to his restaurant . . . considered to be the best restaurant in the world by New Yorker columnist Calvin Trillin.
Since 1930 celebrities such as Steven Spielberg, Michael Landon, Robert Redford, Jack Nicholson, Wilt Chamberlain, Bryant Gumbel, Tom Watson and George Brett — and common folk alike — have made the pilgrimage to Arthur Bryant's to enjoy barbeque that's slow-smoked with a combination of hickory and oak woods, mellowed to the peak of flavor, then splashed with Original or Rich & Spicy sauce. Now you can enjoy these sauces with carefully guarded secret recipes at home, for the authentic taste of Arthur Bryant's barbeque.
Charlie Bryant started the Kansas City barbeque tradition, or some say it was Henry Perry for whom Charlie worked. Arthur visited his brother Charlie in KC and never left. Charlie owned the business after Henry died, then after Charlie died Arthur took over. Arthur first perfected the sauce ("I make it so you can put it on bread and eat it") and then opened the 18th & Brooklyn restaurant that was to become a legend.
After Arthur passed away in 1982 Gary Berbiglia and Bill Rauschelbach acquired the restaurant and have expanded the business while preserving the original Arthur Bryant's traditions and world-famous

flavor. Arthur used to mix and store his sauce in big five gallon glass jars. You can still see one in the window of the Brooklyn restaurant today. As Gary Berbiglia puts it, "It's history."

Tuesday, December 28, 1982
Arthur Bryant, the master
of barbecue, dies at age 80
   Kansas City barbecue king Arthur Bryant died today after he collapsed at the restaurant where he fed presidents, movie stars and common folk. He was 80.
   Arthur Bryant's Barbeque—a "grease house," Mr. Bryant proudly called it—was the business that gave Kansas City its renown as a barbecue capital.
Tuesday, February 22, 1983
It's open! With few exceptions,
'It's the same old Bryant's'
   There was no warning. The new operators wanted it that way.
   Just before 10:00 Monday morning the glass door at 1727 Brooklyn Ave. was unlocked and the "Closed" sign was turned to "Open." The operators, cooks and other employees stood ready. Arthur Bryant's Barbeque was in business again.

Arthur Bryant's BBQ MENU

SANDWICHES w/Fries
Beef 7.95 9.35
Ham 7.95 9.35
Pork - Sliced 7.95 9.35
Pork - Pulled 7.95 9.35
Turkey 7.95 9.35
Chicken 7.95 9.35
Sausage 7.95 9.35
Burnt Ends 7.95 9.35
Long End – Ribs 9.35 10.75
Short End – Ribs 10.35 11.75
Combo (2 meats) 9.15 10.55
WHOLE SLABS
Pork Ribs 17.75
MEAT ONLY
By the pound 11.25
ORIGINAL SAUCE 18 oz. 3.25
RICH & SPICY SAUCE 18 oz. 3.25
MEAT & RIB RUB 3.95
POULTRY & FISH RUB 3.95

DRINKS
Small 24 oz. 1.75
Medium 32 oz. 1.95
Large 44 oz. Souvenir Cup 2.75
FRIES
Full Order 2.75
BAKED BEANS, COLE SLAW
POTATO SALAD
Single 2.25
Pint 4.25
Quart 7.95
Gallon 29.50
PICKLES
Single 1.50
Pint 2.75
Quart 4.95
BREAD
Half Loaf 1.50
Whole Loaf 2.50
Prices subject to change without notice

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BB's Lawnside BBQ Restaurant

1205 E 85th
Kansas City, MO 64131

BB's Lawnside BBQ is owned and physically operated by local Kansas Citian Lindsay Shannon.  Lindsay has his own radio show on 101.1 The Fox FM every Sunday night where he spins the greatest blues hits of all time.  BB's is definitely a cultural experience as live blues bands perform nightly to a loose, somewhat rowdy crowd while all the time the kitchen keeps turning out some of the best BBQ in Kansas City.  Lindsay himself says it best during his radio show, "just sit back....pop the top on a cool one....pull up a chair and enjoy some great blues and BBQ"

...The tradition of bar-b-q and blues in Kansas City had its start in the 1930's when Count Basie, Joe Turner and Charlie Parker hung out at the Old Kentucky Bar-B-Q near 18th & Vine. The granite stones that were used to build B.B.'s bbq pit in 1950 came from the gravel streets down-town where they served as crosswalks.... Perhaps Joe Turner once high stepped across these same granite stones.
The granite stones hold heat, allowing a slow-smoked cooking process. Briskets are smoked 14-16 hours and ribs 10-12 hours, using an indirect heat source fueled by hickory wood. All meats on our menu, including sausage and chicken, are slow-smoked on the over 50 year old pit. When the blues music floats off the bandstand, it wafts across your plate of bbq, imparting a flavor you can only get in Kansas City at B.B.'s Lawnside Bar-B-Q...
 

BB's Lawnside BBQ Restaurant MENU

Appetizers

~Louisiana Swampman Boudin Balls~
A perfect appetizer for any Cajun party. These deep-fried battered rice balls are crunchy on the outside, moist and spicy inside. $5.99

~Spicy Cajun Crawfish Tails~
Lightly breaded, bite-sized, bayou delights with a burst of flavor. $6.99

Big Bertha's Onion Rings
Thick Slices of Sweet Spanish Onion Double Dipped in a Draft Beer Batter $5.99

Muddy's Mo Jo Chicken Basket Guaranteed to Get Your Mo Jo Workin'! These Moist and Tender Barnyard Beauties are Just Right for Dipping $5.99

Bennie's Beer Battered Shrimp Tail-on, Butterfiled Buffalo Shrimp Dipped and Dusted in a Seasoned Batter $7.99

Smokin' Chill Cheese Dip & Chips
A Hearty Blend of Tampa Red's Own Chili and Cheese with Just Enough Red Stuff to Give it a Little Heat $5.99

Slow Smoked Chicken Wings
Whole Smoked Chicken Wins Marinated and Brushed with Our Famous Louisiana Sauce.
Small (4) $5.99 Large (8) $7.99

B.B.'s Lawnside BBQ Combo Appetizer
A Great Sampling of Our Buffalo Shrimp, Smoked Chicken Wings, Rib Tips, Italian Sausage and Battered Fries $13.25

SOUPS & CHILIS

-Soup of the Day-
We Make All Our Soups From Scratch Using
Fresh Vegetables and Our Own Smoked Meats
Ask Your Server for Today's Feature - $4.25

-Burnt End Soup
Slow Smoked Chunks of Beef Burnt Ends Simmered with Fresh Garden Vegetables and Sprinkled with Parmesan Cheese-$4.99

-Soup & Half Sandwich-
You Choose.. Soup of the Day or Burnt End Soup and Half of a Beef, Ham or Turkey Sandwich on White Bread - $6.75

~Tampa Red's Chili-
Our Slow Simmered, Not Too Spicy, Beef and Bean Chili Topped with Onions and Cheddar
Cheese $5.50

-Tampa Red's 5-Way Chill-
The Same Great Stuff Served Over Linguini and Layered with Onions and Melted Cheddar Cheese $6.25

Lunch Specials
Wed - Sat 11am - 4pm

~Big Walter's Mixed Meat Sandwich~
A hearty mix of chopped Beef, Ham, Turkey, Pulled Pork, Italian Sausage & Burnt Ends marinated in our own sweet BBQ sauce on a Big Sesame Seed Bun with Battered Fries & Pit Beans, $8.29

~Little Walter's One Meat Sandwich~
Your choice of Hickory Smoked Beef, Ham, Turkey or Pulled Pork on white bread or bun with Battered Fries and a soft drink or iced tea, $6.59

SANDWICHES
includes Battered fries

-The Original-
Your Choice of Pit Smoked Beef, Ham or Turkey Thinly Sliced and Piled High on White Bread or a Bun $5.99

-The Big One-
Pit Smoked Beef, Ham or Turkey Thinly Sliced and Piled High on Three Pieces of White Bread or a Sesame Seed Bun $6.99

-The Pulled Porker-
Slow Smoked, Fall Off the Bone, Pulled Pork Sandwich on a Bun
6 oz. $5.99
8 oz. $6.99

-Pit Smoked Italian Sausage-
Freshly Ground with Sweet Red Peppers... Not Too Spicy. McGonigles Makes It; B.B.'s Lawnside Smokes It! $5.99

-Sweet Mama's Chicken Sandwich-
Hand Battered Succulent Chicken Breast Topped with BBQ Sauce and Melted Mozzarella Cheese on a Bun $7.25

-Grilled Cheese-
This Traditional Sandwich Comes with Our Homestyle Cole Slaw $5.25

Side Orders

Your Choice $1.50
Battered Fries, Skillet Fries, Pit Beans, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, Green Beans and Applesauce.

Bar-B-Que Sundae
From top to bottom this three-layered delight will satisfy any BBQ lover's craving. Hickory smoked Pit Beans, creamy coleslaw and succulent Pulled Pork - served in a Mason jar and topped off with sauce and a pickle, $5.99

LOUISIANA FAVORITES

~Cajun Wrap~
An 8" flour tortilla packed with Jambalaya and Gumbo, smothered in mozzarella cheese and topped with sour cream and chives, $7.50

Smokey Jo's Gumbo-
The house Favorite! A Spicy and Sassy Tomato based Stew with Chunks of Smoked Chicken and Sausage
Bowl with a Roll $6.95
Cup $3.50

-Red Beans & Rice-
Stick to Your Ribs Fare. Slow Cooked with Smoked Ham Hocks, Onions, Celery and Peppers Served Over White Rice.
Bowl with a Roll $5.75
Cup $2.95

-Dirty Red's Jambalaya-
A Traditional South Louisiana Dish Combining Ham, Sausage and Chicken In a Pot Full of Seasoned Rice.
Bowl with a Roll $5.95
Cup $2.95

B.B.'s Lawnside Louisiana Goulash-
Our Three 'Louisiana Favorites' Layered Together on a Platter and Sprinkled with File Powder. Served with a Roll $7.50

COMBO PLATTERS

-Yardbird Combo-
A Quarter Chicken, Three Ribs and Battered Fries $10.95

-B.B.'s Lawnside King Combo-
Four Ribs, Italian Sausage and Your Choice of Beef, Ham, Turkey or Pulled Pork. Served with Battered Fries and Pit Beans $14.95

-Hickory Smoked Meat Platter-
Choice of 3 meats - sliced Beef, Ham, Turkey, or Pulled Pork
2 Side Orders, Pickles, and White Bread $12.95

RIBS RIBS RIBS

B.B.'s Lawnside's Ribs are Smoked Slow and Easy Over a Hickory Wood Fire in Our 50+ Year Old Pit.

Full Slab Plus 2 Side Orders $16.95
Short End Plus I Side Order $10.95
Long End Plus I Side Order $9.95
Rib Plate: 3 Ribs Plus 2 Side Orders $7.99

Thursday Rib Specials
Full Slab $13.95
Half Slab $8.95

DINNERS

-Italian Sausage Dinner-
A Perfect Blend of Not Too Sweet, Not Too Spicy McGonigles Italian Sausage Served with Your Choice Of Two Side Orders $8.75

-Half Chicken Dinner-
Moist and Tender ... Slow Smoked to Perfection with B.B.'s Lawnside's Own Blend of Spices. Served with Your Choice of Two Side Orders- $8.25

-Quarter Chicken Dinner-
A Lighter Serving with the Same Great Flavor. Your Choice of One Side Order- $6.95

-'Smokey Hogs' Rib Tip Platter-
A Generous Portion of Rib Tips Smothered in BBQ Sauce and Served with Battered Fries. Little Hatch's Favorite $7.99

-'Memphis Minnie's' Smoked Catfish Farm Raised Fresh Whole Smoked Catfish. Moist, Tender and Swimming with Flavor. Served with Our Homestyle Cole Slaw and Battered Fries $10.95

- Burnt End Dinner-
Tender Chunks of Beef Burnt Ends Served with Pit Beans and Battered Fries $10.95

-BBQ Meatloaf-
Unlike Any Other.. Ours is a Blend of Smoked
Beef Brisket and Ground Beef with a Hint of Sweet BBQ Sauce Baked In. Served with Green Beans and Skillet Fries - $7.95

LITTLE PIGS MENU

12 Years and Under
Includes Fries

BBQ Sandwich $3.99
Beef, Ham, Turkey or Pork Served on a Bun

Grilled Cheese $3.99
Peanut Butter & Jelly . $3.99
Chicken Tenders $3.99

DESSERT

Bread Pudding
Raisin and Vanilla Breading Drizzled with a Sweet Bourbon Sauce. Heavenly! $3.99

-New York Style Cheesecake-
Your Choice of Plain and Deliciously Rich or Turtle with an Oreo Crust Topped with Nuts, Caramel and Chocolate $3.99

BEVERAGES


Soft Drinks
Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Mr. Pibb and Barq's Root Beer

Domestic Beer-
Budweiser, Bud Light, Busch, Coors, Coors Light, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller Light & Non-Alcoholic O’Doul’s.

Draft Beer-
Boulevard Draft Pale Ale and Wheat, Dry Stout.

Imports & Premium Beer
Heineken, Labatt's, Michelob, Michelob Ultra, Fosters, Corona, Rolling Rock, New Castle Brown Ale, Abita Amber, Turbodog Ale, Mike's Hard Lemonade & Smirnoff Ice.
Bucket specials on Pabst or Labatt's

-Wine-
Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, White Zinfandel & Merlot.

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Hayward's Pit Barbeque Restaurant
11051 S. Antioch Overland Park Kansas 66210
Phone: (913) 451-8080



"Among my first regulars were a couple who always said 'we're telling everyone we know how good your barbecue is.' Then one night when we were packed and customers were lined up outside in the parking lot, he stuck his head inside and said 'we're going to stop telling people about this place'"

-Hayward Spears
The Kansas City Star


Hayward's Pit Barbeque Restaurant MENU


Served on a fresh bun with a side dish of your choice and a kosher dill pickle
Regular Kaiser  8.50 Large Hoagie   9.50

Beef * Ham * Turkey * Pork * Sausage

 
Brisket Burger 10.25
Slow-smoked brisket topped with melted Cheddar, a crispy onion ring along with our tangy horseradish sauce, served on a fresh Kaiser roll.
Hayward's Special 9.25
An open face sandwich on a white bread with your choice of one or two smoked meats and choice of any of our famous side dishes.
Triple Stack 10.25
This awesome monster will take care of your hunger! Texas Toast layered with Smoked Bacon, Cheddar and your choice of any two smoked meats.
Smoked Sausage 8.50
Hayward's Famous Smoked Sausage served on a fresh sesame hoagie bun.
Luncheon Special 7.95
Small size sandwich (with one meat only) and french fries. Includes choice of: potato salad, cole slaw or baked beans.
 
(Served daily 11:00am to 4:00 pm)

All platter come with a side dish of your choice, Texas Toast and a kosher dill pickle
Full Slab Rib Platter 23.50
You'll be in "Barbeque heaven" with a big slab of our award winning Spare Ribs, Served with two side dishes.
Baby Back Rib Platter 24.95
A full, tender rack of Baby Back Ribs brushed with our signature Hayward's sauce. Served with two sides.
Blue Ribbon Rib Dinner 17.75
8 to 10 of our famous Spare Ribs, Served with two side dishes.
Hayward's "Junior" Blue Ribbon Rib Dinner 12.00
Long End / Short End Platter  
Our famous Spare Ribs, your choice of a Long end/16.00 or a Short End/17.25
Smoked Sausage Platter 9.25
Our own Hayward's Sausage, famous for 30 years, sliced and topped with our signature sauce.
Burnt End Dinner 10.50
Smoked to perfection;Beef or Pork Burnt Ends.
Combination Platter 16.95
Try a taste of history with your choice of three of these famous smoked meats: Spare Ribs, Beef, Ham, Turkey, Pork, Sausage, Burnt Ends.
Junior combination 13.75 * Combination for two 21.75
Smoked Rib Tips 9.50
Pork Spare Ribs Tips lightly tossed BBQ sauce.
Half Smoked Chicken 10.50
Your will marvel at the flavor of this luscious smoked and tender chicken!
Fried Chicken Tenders Dinner 9.25
Old Fashioned Southern fried chicken tenders, served with our own Honey Dijon Mustard.
House or Ceasar Salad 3.25 * Baked Beans (House Smoked) 2.00 * Sweet Potato Fries 3.95 * Cole Slaw 2.00 * Potato Salad 2.00 * French Fries 3.95 * Onion Rings 3.95 * Cup of Soup 2.95

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Danny Edwards Famous BBQ Restaurant
1227 Grand Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 64106-2406
816 283 0880

Also known as 'Lil' Jakes Eat it and Beat it', this tiny restaurant follows just that principle. It gets so packed that once you've feasted on some barbeque, you got to leave...

Known for their delicious sandwiches, you have got to try the favorite thick-sliced, Hickory-Smoked Brisket Sandwich. If the spicy Texas style sauces get too hot for you, balance it out later with a thick, gooey homemade brownie. Yum!

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L.C.'s BBQ Restaurant
5800 Blue Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64129
816-923-4484


In the ongoing and certainly never-ending debate over which KC Q joints reign supreme, and which have passed their prime, let us nominate LC's in the former category. For our money, LC's is one of the greats, in Kansas City or anywhere.
     
 "When you see a fork in the road, take it" said Yogi Berra, and he could have been giving directions to LC's, for it's located on the triangle formed by the fork between Blue Parkway and Sni-A-Bar Road. If your windows are rolled down as you approach, you'll probably know you're close well before it comes into view.
     
 It's not a large place, and much of its business seems to be take-out. There are a few tables for eating in, and they provide a choice ringside seat to the goings on at the smoker. The brisket that emerges from that smoker is without peer, ineffably tender, smokey without being acrid, a perfect balance between fat and lean. The burnt ends "sandwich" is an impossibly large pile of meat chunks doused with their terrific celery seed accented barbecue sauce, garnished with white bread. The mountain of fresh-cut fries is first rate.
     
 So is it the best BBQ in Kansas City? That's not a question we can even pretend to answer. We do know that we don't agree with those who denigrate the legendary Arthur Bryant's. It may not be what it once was (we can't say), but it's still awfully good. In particular, we are simply addicted to Bryant's hot-and-tart vindaloo-like barbecue sauce. A Kansas City barbeque tour should still, in our opinion, include Arthur Bryant's, but we submit that a visitor cannot leave KC without a visit to LC's. It's as good as they come.

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Oklahoma Joe's BBQ Restaurant
Original Location - 2850 West 47 Street - Kansas City, KS 66103   p913-722-3366
NEW LOCATION:  11950 Strang Line Road Olathe, KS 66062   p913-782-6858
Official Website - www.oklahomajoesbbq.com


1st Place in Brisket - 2nd Place in Ribs
The Great American BBQ Contest 2007

A brief history of great BBQ at Oklahoma Joe's Barbecue in Kansas City
Born the son of an immigrant Lithuanian lamp maker, Jeff Stehney, Oklahoma Joe’s owner, got his first taste of . . . . .
Sorry, that’s the wrong story.
Oklahoma Joe’s Barbecue and Catering can be traced to competition barbecue and the Kansas City Barbeque Society
(KCBS). Tagging along with friends at the American Royal and The Great Lenexa BBQ Battle was all the inspiration Jeff needed to get started cooking on his own. The first smoker purchased was an Oklahoma Joe’s 24” smoker.

The competition team, Slaughterhouse Five, went through some personnel changes the first two years and by 1993, Jeff, his wife and business partner Joy, and Jim Howell were ready to make their mark on the KCBS competition circuit. And make their mark they did, winning eight Grand Championships, including the prestigious American Royal BBQ, three Reserve Grand Championships, and the Kansas City Barbeque Society’s Grand Champion “Team of the Year” in 1993. Over the next several seasons Slaughterhouse Five won dozens more awards and was generally recognized as one of the top competition BBQ teams in the Country.

All of this eventually lead to the opening of Oklahoma Joe's restaurant in Kansas City, KS. Oklahoma Joes has gained a local and national reputation for outstanding barbecue. The Zagat national restaurant survey rated Oklahoma Joe's "Excellent" for Barbecue in 2000.

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Rosedale BBQ Restaurant
600 Southwest Blvd
Kansas City, KS 66103-1921
Phone: (913) 262-0343


Established in 1934, this venerable Rosedale eatery feeds a steady stream of patrons, from businessmen to construction workers to families. Eat in or get your order to go. Lunchtime is especially busy with lines snaking out both side doors.

Order a sandwich or get a dinner with three sides, with options including beans, slaw, fries, potato salad, corn nuggets, jalapeno poppers and two slices of white bread. The huge serving of burnt ends is smoked to a near chewy texture and smothered in the homemade, sweet and hot barbecue sauce. The baby back ribs are tender, lean and meaty, but only available on Sundays. The barbecued kielbasa sandwich is a unique treat. The slaw is creamy with a slight kick, and the beans contain chopped onion and green chile, along with chunks of barbecued meat. The fried sides--mushrooms and onion rings--are crispy and savory but not greasy.

Not only do the local residents of KC claim that Rosdale's is the best, but they've also won several city awards for their food from the KC Star. It doesn't matter what you get there, it's good, filling, and worth coming back again for more. Sunday's special, baby back ribs, is a tradition for many people. But if you're in your Sunday best, get plenty of napkins, because they are MESSY. Though I love everything I've tried at this place, the one plate that stands out to me is a "Half Bird with Fries" (smoked, barbeque chicken with bread and crinkle fries). The food is great, and worth coming for, but the sauce is what makes it an experience. Personally, I'm a huge fan of BBQ sauces, and Rosedale's has a very unique, sweet'n'spicy sauce. I buy it by the quart to use at home for my own smoked BBQ meats. It's good enough to use in place of ketchup as well, and tastes a lot like spicy, homemade Catsup from the south. Anyway, go to Rosedale Barbeque. Order something. Find a table. Enjoy.

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Smokehouse BBQ Restaurant

Official Website - www.smokehousebbq.com

Smokehouse Bar-B-Que is Kansas City's best choice for traditional, hickory-smoked barbeque enjoyed in a nice, family atmosphere. Smokehouse Bar-B-Que's pit experts have been preparing authentic barbeque for a combined total of over 30 years.  Smokehouse BBQ fine meats are always prepared to high standards of quality and consistency.  The new Overland Park restaurant at 135 street and 69 Hwy is now open for your dining pleasure. Enjoy a leisurely cocktail in our sports bar or indulge in your favorite barbeque under a beautiful stained glass dome. Two private rooms are also available for meetings or special events.

Banquet and Catering plans available.

Smokehouse Bar-B-Que has one of the most extensive bar-b-que menus in the Kansas City area.  Smokehouse BBQ features the best in beef and pork ribs, baby back ribs, chicken, seafood, and steaks.  The Smokehouse BBQ Restaurant is among a select few U.S. Restaurants serving the CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF® brand. CERTIFIED ANGUS BEEF® products are a cut above USDA Choice and Prime Beef, producing tender, juicy, flavorful beef bite after bite. It’s the best-tasting beef available.
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Winslow's BBQ Restaurant
20 East 5th St, Kansas City, MO 64106
816.471.RIBS
Official Website - www.kc-bbq.com 

Serving a mouth-watering blend of smoked meats and home-style side dishes, Winslow's has been a Kansas City tradition for over 25 years. We slow smoke only the finest quality meats over green hickory in a specially engineered brick pit for an unmatched smoke flavor.

At Winslow's, we feature a dry-rub style of barbecue that delivers a characteristic pink smoke ring along the edges of our briskets and tender ribs. All our sandwiches and meals are served without sauce allowing customers to choose from one of our tasty sauces.

Enjoy Award Winning Barbecue
At Your Place Or Ours

Enjoy some of Kansas City's award-winning barbecue from Winslow's, a Kansas City tradition for over 25 years. Located in the Historic City Market, Winslow's serves a mouth-watering blend of smoked meats and home-style side dishes.

Winslow's Barbeque Menu

APPETIZERS

KILLER Spicy Wings
If you like it hot, you’ll love our delicious

hot-n-spicy chicken wings - they're Smokin'
3 Wings $2.50 6 Wings $5.00
12 Wings $9.00
Snack Time Platter $7.00
Mini Sandwich Sampler $7.00
Gourmet Onion Rings $4.50
Jalapeno Poppers
$5.50
Cream Cheese Filled Jalapenos w/ Ranch
Smokie® Cheese Fries
$6.00
Chicken Tenders w/Fries
$6.50
Smokie® Nachos $7.50

KANSAS CITY’S BEST
BARBEQUE SANDWICH
Your choice of our famous smoked meats:
Beef, Turkey, Ham, Pulled Pork, Sausage,
Our Fried Chicken Tenders or

The Famous Smokie® A customer favorite. Chopped burnt-ends in a delicious barbeque sauce base!
All served with pickles
Regular (On Bun) $4.99
Medium (On Bun) $5.99
Large (On Bread) $7.50
2 Meat Combo – add $0.69
Make It A Special
Include two sides - add $2.99
Beef Burnt-Ends & Fries $7.99
Horseshoe - Pulled Pork, topped w/ Slaw, Open Face w/ Fries $8.50

To substitute Beef Burnt-Ends for any of our Smoked Meats, add $1.00 to sandwich price

Kid's Meal (10 & Under)
Kid’s Sandwich or Dino Tenders, Happy Face Potato Cakes or Fries & a Drink $4.25


CHICKEN
With fries and 1 side
1/4 Smoked Chicken $7.50
1/2 Smoked Chicken $8.99

WINSLOW’S
TENDER RIBS


Short End $11.99

Long End
$10.99

Full Slab (Pork Spare Ribs) $17.99



DINNER PLATES
With fries and 1 side

Our Famous Rib Plate $10.50

Ribs & One Smoked Meat $9.99

Rib Tips $7.99

Smoked Meats
Your choice of our smoked meats: Beef, Turkey, Ham, Pulled Pork, Sausage
One Meat Sliced $8.50

Two Meats Sliced $9.99

Beef Burnt-Ends $10.25

Burnt-Ends & Sausage $9.25

Ribs & Chicken $10.25

Fried Chicken Tenders
$7.50



BARBEQUE PLATTERS
With fries and 1 side

Pig Out!
Ribs, Pork, Ham & Sausage $13.69

Winslow’s Combo
Sliced Beef & Ham, Spicy Wings, & Slow Smoked Ribs $12.50

Carbonator
2-3 Meats, no sides or bread $8.50


SIDES
Our Famous Barbeque Beans (Smoked 3 days), Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Wild Rice, Pasta Salad, Corn Casserole, Cottage Cheese, Corn on the Cobb, or French Fries
$1.89

Two Sides (with meal) $2.99

Large Fries
$2.99

Cookies/Brownies
$1.50

Extra Stuff 50¢

Bread, Pickles, Onions, Peppers, Ranch, Honey Mustard


At Winslow's, we feature a dry-rub style of barbeque that delivers a characteristic pink smoke ring along the edges of our briskets and tender ribs. All sandwiches and meals are served without sauce allowing customers to choose from our selection of tasty sauces.
Regular menu items priced for pick-up only.
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Woodyard BBQ Restaurant
3001 Merriam Lane
Kansas City, KS
913-236-6666
Official Website - www.woodyardbbq.com

The Woodyard started as a "Woodyard" - selling hickory, cherry, pecan and applewood logs to local barbecue parlors. Today, you can still buy wood that is ideal for smoking meats, but you also can come for some of the best barbecue in this barbecue-crazed area. The air all around the friendly country wood-frame house is redolent of smoke; in fact the smoker is right out on an open-air patio (there's indoor seating, too). It is that smoke that gives a glow to the gentle-textured baby back rib meat that pulls from the bone in big, juicy ribbons with only the slightest pressure. The most smoke flavor can be savored in the Woodyard's burnt ends, available in a sandwich or, the day I visited, as the topping for chili. What a great idea! The chili is a multi-bean brew, fairly mild; and the big pile of meat atop it is a kaleidoscope of pieces that range from velvet-soft to crisp or chewy, some pieces fairly vibrating with smoke, others in which the smoke was only a distant echo. In conjunction with the chili, no extra barbecue sauce is required. But I found that in my burnt-end sandwich, a judicial application of the hotter of Woodyard's two sauces was an ideal exclamation point for the meat.

For those less extreme in their barbecue lust, the pulled pork here is nothing short of breathtaking, just-right smoky and so full of juice and flavor that sauce seems superfluous.

After a multicourse smokehouse meal, the pitmaster invited me to sample one of the "hot legs" he was cooking (like wings, but infinitely meatier). Next time, I'm going for a full order. Another next-time-must-try: the Friday special of pecan smoked salmon.

Daily Specials

Monday
Closed

Tuesday
1/2 lb Smoked Burger - The Biggest and Best in Town. Served with bacon, & cheese & all the trimmings


Wednesday
1/2 CHICKEN - Smoked Tender & Juicy


Thursday
Woodyard Club Smoked Ham, Turkey, Bacon, & all a the trimmings


Friday
Pecan Smoked Salmon
On a bun with Dill and Cream Cheese, onion, lettuce and tomato - Considered by many to be the best Smoked Salmon in the KC area.

Any Mon.-Fri. Daily Special, 2 sides and a drink - $6.75 tax included

Saturday
Ribs

Baby Back. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11.00
Spare Ribs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13.50
 

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Wyandot BBQ Restaurant
8441 State Ave.
Wyandot KS 66112
913-788-7554
and
7125 West 75th.
Overland Park, KS 66204
913-341-0609

The Wyandot - or Wyandotte BBQ - however you want to spell it online is one of my dad's favorite Kansas City Barbeque Restaurants.  We used to do carry out and dine in almost once a week when I was growing up.  Even after we moved away from the neighborhood, my dad would still drive the extra few miles to pick up some Wyandot BBQ cuisine.  No matter how you spell it, The Wyandot BBQ is a Kansas City classic and will reward it's patrons with some down home authentic Kansas City BBQ.

 

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