Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004

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2004/07/13 14:06:26 (permalink)

Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004

My wife and I are going to do a day long tour of all the BBQ places in Central Oklahoma that we have been meaning to go to for a long time.

Has anyone been to any of these places? Can you guys suggest anything else in this area?

1. Coot's BBQ & Meat Market--Moore
2. Janice's BBQ Pit--Stratford
3. Bob's BBQ--Ada
4. Ben's Barbecue--Seminole
5. Van's Pig Stand--Shawnee
6. Mr. Spriggs--Midwest City
7. Georges Happy Hog BBQ--Oklahoma City

by the way our slogan is "Stuff your face all over the place"

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    hungovergourmet
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    RE: Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004 2004/07/13 22:59:58 (permalink)
    I can recommend Bad Brad's in Pawhuska, as well as Dugan's and Head Country, both in Ponca City. Not sure how far those are from your intended route but they're all worth checking out.
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    Ralph Isbill
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    RE: Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004 2004/07/13 23:33:33 (permalink)
    Let me add a couple more great BBQ Spots. Not in Oklahoma City, but close, whats a couple of mile when you are in search of some great BBQ?
    Mr Tee's Bar-B-Que
    9701 N.E. 23rd Street
    Spencer, OK 73084
    405-842-3639
    This is just to the east of OKC.
    These folks are kin-folks of Mr Spriggs. By the way Mr Spriggs has moved, they are still on Air Depot just further North.

    Jakes Rib
    100 Ponderosa Drive
    Chickasha, OK 73106
    405-222-2825
    About 30 miles south of OKC
    Go with a big appetite, they will fill it up. Happy Eating
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    Bushie
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    RE: Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004 2004/07/14 20:20:34 (permalink)
    I've been to Van's Pig Stand several times, and I recommend it highly.
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    Jennifer_4
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    RE: Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004 2004/07/16 21:56:25 (permalink)
    Pedro, you guys are going very near my old home, about 10 miles from Ada, is a little town that time forgot called Francis... haven't been there in 27 years..sigh.. beautiful place.
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    RE: Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004 2004/07/16 23:27:46 (permalink)
    I highly recommend Van's Pig Stand. I lived in Lawton for 8 years & ate at Jake's Rib many times.When we first ate there it was really good, but the last few times we were there in 2001, the only thing fit to eat was the sliced pork sandwich.The ribs were awful. they tasted like they had been warmed over.Tough too! Not much in the way of good Q in Lawton.We enjoyed County Line in OKC, it's right next to the Cowboy Hall of Fame.
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    RE: Oklahoma BBQ Crawl 2004 2004/07/17 09:23:04 (permalink)
    You cannot skip a bbq crawl in Oklahoma City without going to Leo's BBQ for their outstanding beef brisket BBQ Remember in Oklahoma...BEEF RULES!!!
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