Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina

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2007/10/28 19:13:37 (permalink)

Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina

Has anybody ever been there ? Herd it was good Not sure if its Kurleys or Curleys
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    Jim in NC
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/10/28 23:23:57 (permalink)
    It's Kerley's. Pretty good stuff although they can be inconsistent. I haven't been is 2-3 years. Welcome Barbecue (formerly Andy's) may be better. Love the hushpuppies. Worth a stop but better barbecue is available eight miles north in Lexington.
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    auxguard
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/10/29 20:54:17 (permalink)
    Were in Lexington
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/10/30 07:57:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by auxguard

    Were in Lexington

    Lexington # 1.
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    Jim in NC
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/10/30 16:28:23 (permalink)
    I'll second the Lex#1 recommendation and add another. Tar Heel Q is located west of Lexington on US Hwy 64. They're consistently very good-to-excellent. (Tough to do in that business) Most places are pretty good if you stay with the wood-cookers. Smiley's, Whitley's, Smokey Joe's, Cook's, Southern, etc. Stick to the cheeseburgers if you go to Speedy's...
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/11/20 23:13:56 (permalink)
    We went to Jimmy's Bar-B-Q a few weeks ago and it was some of the worse Q I have ever had. The waitress told us it is cooked in an electric oven. Sorry, I do a lot better than that on my grill at home.

    I second Lexington #1



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    Jim in NC
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/11/20 23:39:03 (permalink)
    So sad about Jimmy's. Another fallen angel succumbs to the siren's song of convenience. Another bit of barbecue heritage is lost...
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/11/22 19:59:08 (permalink)
    So can anyone tell me if Lexington #1 is open on Monday or Thursdays? and their hours?

    I googled them but don't find a website for them.

    MikeS.
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/11/23 11:49:45 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by MikeS.

    So can anyone tell me if Lexington #1 is open on Monday or Thursdays? and their hours?

    I googled them but don't find a website for them.

    MikeS.


    They are closed on Sunday and on some holidays. I have eaten there many times on Monday and Thursday. Yoy can call them at (336)249-9814 to make sure they will be open when you plan to go.
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    RE: Kurleys BBQ, Welcome North Carolina 2007/11/24 10:00:05 (permalink)
    You might also consider the BBQ Center, on north main street.

    The guy in the photo is not loading electricity into the pit, it's real wood.

    Also note that "Lexington #1" is simply called Lexington Barbecue, so don't be confused by the sign.

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