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Oklahoma Joe's

3002 W. 47th Ave., Kansas City, KS - (913) 722-3366
Posted By Greg Vaillancourt on 9/16/2013 4:51:00 PM
A fun place. We arrived at 11:30 and there was a small line. By noon the line was out the door. The ribs and brisket were very good. The ribs had been glazed with a sweet sauce but were not what I would call "wet". Under the glaze the meat was well seasoned and smoked. The brisket was smokey, tender and juicy. The same brisket is used in the Z-man sandwich, which adds smoked provolone and onion rings.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Rib Slab
Brisket
Z-Man Sandwich
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A close view of the jumbo Smokie Joe sandwich, a combination of beef and pork. While the plain pulled pork is great sauceless, in this sandwich meat and sauce are inextricable.
"A close view of the jumbo Smokie Joe sandwich, a combination of beef and pork. While the plain pulled pork is great sauceless, in this sandwich meat and sauce are inextricable."
Michael Stern





French fries are crisp-edged with a rich potato flavor. They are served in abundance.
"French fries are crisp-edged with a rich potato flavor. They are served in abundance."
Michael Stern


Excellent sliced brisket sandwich, topped with smoked provolone and onion rings (!) and served on a roll.
"Excellent sliced brisket sandwich, topped with smoked provolone and onion rings (!) and served on a roll. "
Matt McCabe


Ribs, pulled pork, and fries
"Ribs, pulled pork, and fries"
Rob


As is custom in barbecue places hereabouts, tables are outfitted with rolls of paper towels because a single napkin, or even a few, would not be up to the challenge of such messy eating.
"As is custom in barbecue places hereabouts, tables are outfitted with rolls of paper towels because a single napkin, or even a few, would not be up to the challenge of such messy eating."
Michael Stern


Fuel up, stock up, and eat up at this all-purpose corner store. At the pumps, the smell of hickory wood vastly overpowers gasoline fumes.
"Fuel up, stock up, and eat up at this all-purpose corner store. At the pumps, the smell of hickory wood vastly overpowers gasoline fumes."
Michael Stern



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