<<My favorite find (no where near I-95) was on a trip to a band comeptition near Atlantic City, somewhere outside of Vineland, NJ along Rt 40 was this seasonal BBQ pit. Loved it! Wish I could remember the name. >>
There used to be at least 3 of them along that stretch of Rt 40, about 10 years ago I did all 3 on a long day trip. They all tended to come and go, and most were only open during the summer. The one you mentioned was probably Kingfish Barbeque, which has since closed, reopened, closed again, dissapeared, and then reopened under the name Christines House of Kingfish (wasn't there recently a sitcom with that name...) due to some infighting over the rights to the name Kingfish Barbeque.
It's now on Rt 206 in Shamong, in an actual buidling rather than an open air place.
Edit. This was bugging me, so I dug out my old notes from back in 2005. You might have also stopped at Uncle Dewey's, which was very similar and totally open-air. I found an article from 2009 which mentions it. Uncle Deweys appears to be still there on Rt 40 (check the link in the article): http://www.gourmet.com/restaurants/2009/07/eight-great-nj-bbq-joints
(Aside to everyone else reading this thread: These places are nowhere near I-95, sorry for the detour..)
post edited by ken8038 - 2013/04/05 10:06:01