Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Another Debatable Kansas City BBQ List

Some decent selections that mostly skew against lovable local dives. Here's the somewhat upscale selections appropriate for out of towners. Take a look:

Where to Find the Best BBQ Joints in Kansas City

These are the best BBQ joints in Kansas City for brisket, burnt ends and everything in between.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Peanut?

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Not sure if the hot wings count. Ask your husband.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Ask your boyfriends.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Ask your case worker.

I win said...

ASK UR MOM

Anonymous said...

Did they have to include the stupid bbq place in a gas station. Which is garbage by the way.

Anonymous said...

^^your opinion, and it doesn't count.

Anonymous said...

^^^It’s a good opinion, that place sucks, only celebrities, all three of them go there!

Anonymous said...

Agree with TKC here, this list is just for tourists. Real people only go to these places on special occasions.

Pit Master Blaster said...

useful for the rural rubes. That is all.

Anonymous said...

Best BBQ is done at home on your own smoker. The joints are over priced and rated.

Jim said...

Luther’s on State Line rocks! Check it out!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Absolutely agree!!! Good call. Nice to get a suggestion that's not a tourist trap.

ROSCOE ROX THE Q, TOO! said...

Roscoe's (on K32, near I435) entire menu is the best. Burnt ends, ribs, sliced meats by the pound, and the cheesy corn are the carry-outs our family often gets. Dine-in is great, but their popularity and some peak hours fill the seating, so, many regulars call in carry-outs.

This family owned BBQ joint is now open Monday through Friday, and catering available weekends. Worth the trek from anywhere, or on the route to Village West shopping.

Anonymous said...

How do you screw up over cooking fatty meat that is then smothered in fancy ketchup ?

Anonymous said...

Wabash BBQ, Excelsior Springs by the Elms. Best in area!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

@2:49 it's not "fancy Ketchup"!

It's a mixture of bargain-bin ketchup and plain cheap Corn Syrup,(in equal parts,) with the only differences in the entire Metro being how much vinegar and hot sauce you dump in to create your own "Secret BBQ Sauce"!

A half-way decent Burger beats the "best" barbecue you'll ever find in this town, every time.

Anonymous said...

2:09's post is why Tony should ban vegan incels from posting on here.