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View Poll Results: who has the best KC BBQ?
Arthur Bryants 65 17.06%
B.B. Lawn BBQ 4 1.05%
Filling Station 1 0.26%
Jack Stack BBQ 87 22.83%
Gates 61 16.01%
Haywards 6 1.57%
L.C.'s BBQ 14 3.67%
Oklahoma Joe's 78 20.47%
Rosedale 10 2.62%
Smokestack 14 3.67%
Zarda 9 2.36%
Your write-in choice mentioned below 20 5.25%
Whatever Gaz/Fax order is fine with me 12 3.15%
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Kansas City barbeque

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New Orleans has its gumbo. Philadelphia has its cheesesteaks. Boston its seafood. And Kansas City’s culinary claim to fame? Barbecue of course!

And what barbecue, around 80 operations to choose from — spicy to sweet, bare bones dive to white tablecloth, heart of the city or afternoon drive in the country.

Here is the current list of establishments in and around KC. But barbecue fans beware, call ahead first to make sure they are open.
Got changes, additions or BBQ news? Send them to Joyce Smith at jsmith@kcstar.com

Adam’s Rib BBQ
9148 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park, Kan., 66212; 913-341-7427; www.adamsribkc.com
Year opened: March 2009, but had previously operated in Overland Park from 1994 to 1995
Arthur Bryant's
Arthur Bryant’s Barbeque (three locations)
1727 Brooklyn Ave., Kansas City, Mo., 64127; 816-231-1123
Ameristar Casino, 3200 N. Ameristar Drive, Kansas City, Mo., 64141; 816-414-7474
The Legends at Village West, 1702 Village West Parkway, Kansas City, Kan., 66111; 913-788-7500
www.arthurbryantsbbq.com
Year opened: 1940 but traces its roots to the 1907
Bandana’s Bar-B-Q
4140 S. Noland Road, Independence, Mo., 64055; 816-373-7800; www.bandanasbbq.com
Year opened: The St. Louis area-based chain started 1996 and opened the Independence location in 2007
Bates City Barbeque (two locations)
6493 Quivira Road, Shawnee, Kan., 66216; 913-962-7447
201 E. Market St., Bates City, Mo., 64011; 816-625-4961
Year opened: 1976 in Bates City
B.B's
B.B.’s Lawnside Bar-B-Q
1205 E. 85th St., Kansas City, Mo., 64131; 816-822-7427; www.bbslawnsidebbq.com
Year opened: 1990
The BBQ Shack
1613 E. Peoria St., Paola, Kan., 66071; 913.294.5908; www.thebbqshack.com
Year opened: 1997
Bee Cee’s Authentic Barbecue
10328 Blue Ridge Blvd.; Kansas City, Mo., 64134; 816-765-2480
Year opened: 2002
Big Papa’s Bar-B-Que
5827 Leavenworth Road, Kansas City, Kan., 66104; 913-287-5744
Year opened: 2004
Big Q Barbecue
2117 S. 34th St., Kansas City, Kan., 66106; 913-362-6980
Year opened: 1986

Big T’s Bar-B-Q (two locations)
9409 Blue Ridge Blvd., Kansas City, Mo., 64138; 816-767-0905
6201 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, Mo., 64129; 816-923-2278
Year opened: 1993 in a different location
Brobeck’s BBQ
4615 Indian Creek Parkway, (106th and Roe Avenue), Overland Park, Kan., 66207; 913-901-9700; www.brobecksbbq.com
Year opened: 2007
Buffalo Bob’s BBQ Smokehouse
719 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, Kan., 66044; 785-841-6400
Year opened: 1977
Daniel’s Bar-B-Q (two locations)
215 West St., Tonganoxie, Kan., 66086; 913-369-2440
12200 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, 66216l 913-248-4477
Year opened: 1996 in Edwardsville, Kan.
Danny Edwards
Danny Edwards Famous Boulevard BBQ
2900 Southwest Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo., 64108; (816) 283-0880
Year opened: 1983 at a different location
Depot Saloon
2706 N. Bell St., Avendon, Mo., 64117; 816-452-2100
Year opened: 1974
Earl Quick’s Bar-B-Q
1007 Merriam Lane, Kansas City, Kan., 66103; 913-236-7228; www.quicksbbqandcatering.com
Year opened: 1964
Famous Dave's
Famous Dave’s Legendary Pit Bar-B-Que
The Legends at Village West, 1320 Village West Parkway, Kansas City, Kan., 66111; 913-334-8646
Kansas City Power & Light District, 131 E. 14th St., Kansas City, Mo., 64106; 816-471-3700
www.famousdaves.com
Year opened: Minneapolis-based chain opened 1994 and opened its first area location opened at the Legends in 2003
Filling Station BBQ
333 S.E. Douglas St., Lee’s Summit, Mo., 64063; 816-347-0794
Year opened: 2000

Fiorella’s Jack Stack Barbecue (four locations)
13441 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Mo., 64145; 816-942-9141
Country Club Plaza, 4747 Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Mo., 64112; 816-531-7427
9520 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park, Kan., 66212; 913-385-7427
Freight House, 101 W. 22nd St., Kansas City, Mo., 64108; 816.472-7427
www.jackstackbbq.com
Year opened: 1974 at the Holmes Road location, but the family traces its history to 1957 Smokestack BBQ

Gates Bar-B-Q (six locations)
3205 Main St., Kansas City, Mo., 64110; 816-753-0828
1221 Brooklyn, Kansas City, Mo., 64127; 816-483-3880
2001 W. 103rd Terrace, Leawood, Kan., 66206; 913-383-1752
1026 State Avenue, Kansas City, Kan., 66101; 913-621-1134
10440 E. U.S. 40, Independence, Mo., 64055; 816-353-5880
1325 E. Emanuel Cleaver Blvd., Kansas City, Mo.; 816-531-7522
www.gatesbbq.com
Year opened: 1946
Greedy Man’s Bar-B-Que & Grill
5536-A Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo., 64110; 816-523-4885
Year opened: 2009
Hawg Shed Bar-B-Que (two locations)
8 N. Central St., Buckner, Mo., 64016; 816-650-5626
727 S. Highway 13, Lexington, Mo., 64067; 660-259-2050
Year opened: 2006 in Buckner
Hayward’s Pit BBQ
11051 Antioch Road, Overland Park, Kan., 66210; 913-451-8080; www.haywardsbbq.com
Year founded: 1972 at a different location
Hickory Log Bar-B-Q
5047 Welborn Lane, Kansas City, Kan., 66104; 913-287-9560
Year opened: 1964
Hillsdale Bank Bar-B-Q
Hillsdale Bank Bar-B-Q
201 Frisco, Hillsdale, Kan., 66036; 913-783-4333
Year opened: 1989
Hog Wild Pig Crazy BBQ
6519 Parallel Parkway Ave., Kansas City, Kan., 66102; 913-788-4700
Year opened: 2007
Holy Smoke BBQ
240 N.W. Oldham Parkway, Lee’s Summit, Mo., 64081; (816) 554-7427; www.holysmokekc.com
Year opened: 2006
Johnny’s Hickory House BBQ (two locations)
5959 Broadmoor St., Mission, Kan., 66202; 913-432-0777
1375 W. Old 56 Highway, Olathe, Kan., 66061; 913-768-0777
www.johnnysbbq.net
Year opened: 1977 at a different location
KC Masterpiece
KC Masterpiece Barbeque & Grill
10985 Metcalf Ave., Overland Park, Kan., 66210; 913-345-2255; www.masterpiecebbq.com
Year opened: 1987
K&M Bar-B-Q
603 N. Webster St., Spring Hill, Kan., 66083; 913-592-5145;
Year opened: 1991
L.C.'s
L.C.’s Barbeque
5800 Blue Parkway, Kansas City, Mo., 64129; 816-923-4484
Year opened: 1986
Mama Jo's BBQ
7201 N.E. Parvin Road, Kansas City, Mo., 64117; 816-455-3300
Year founded: 2002
Mr. Epps Famous Kansas City Barbeque
6666 Kaw Drive, Kansas City, Kan., 66111; 913-328-1711; www.eppsbbq.s5.com
Year opened: 2005
Oden’s Family BBQ
1302 N. Scott St., Belton, Mo., 64102; 816-322-3072
Year opened: 1988
Oklahoma Joe's
Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ (two locations)
3002 W. 47th St., Kansas City, Kan., 66103; 913-722-3366
11950 S. Strang Line Road, Olathe, 66062; 913-782-6858
www.oklahomajoesbbq.com
Year opened: 1996 at the KCK location
Outlaws Barbeque & Saloon
129 E. Washington St., Kearney, Mo., 64024; 816-628-6500
Year opened: 1994
Papa Bob's Bar-B-Que
11610 Kaw Drive, Bonner Springs, Kan., 66012; 913-422-4210; www.papabobsbbq.com
Year opened: 2007
Porky’s Blazin Bar-B-Q
9512 S. Buckner Tarsney Road, Grain Valley, Mo., 64029; 816-566-0203
Year opened: 2005
Quick’s 7th Street Bar-B-Q
709 Cheyenne Ave., Kansas City, Kan., 66105; 913-371-1599
Year founded: 1956
Red Shanty
2201 Highway 13, Higginsville, Mo., 64037; 660-584-2204; www.redshantycafe.com
Year open: 2008
Rib Crib BBQ
19801 E. Valley View Parkway, Independence, Mo., 64057; 816-795-5144
Year opened: Tulsa-based chain opened in 1997 and the Independence location opened in 2004
R&J BBQ
8401 Parallel Parkway, Kansas City, Kan., 66112; 913-299-1311
Year opened: 1987
RJ's Bob-Be-Que Shack
5835 Lamar Ave., Mission, Kan., 66202; 913-262-7300;
www.rjsbbq.com
Year founded: 2004
Rosedale BBQ
Rosedale BBQ
600 Southwest Boulevard, Kansas City, Kan., 66103; 913-262-0343
Year founded: 1934
Smokebox BBQ Cafe
Tiffany Landing, 10020 N.W. Ambassador Drive, Kansas City, Mo., 64153; 816-891-8011
Year founded: 1994
Smokehouse BBQ (four locations)
19000 E. 39th St., Independence, Mo., 64054; 816-795-5555
6304 N. Oak Trafficway, Gladstone, Mo., 64118; 816-454-4500
7121 W. 135th St., Overland Park, Kan., 66223; 913-685-1717
Zona Rosa, 8451 N.W. Prairie View Road, Kansas City, Mo., 64153; 816-587-3337; www.smokehousebbq.com
Year founded: 1986
Smokestack BBQ
8920 Wornall Road, 64114; 816-444-5542; www.kcsmokestackbbq.com
Year opened: 1957 at another location
Smokey’s BBQ and Café
510 Main St., Wellsville, Kan., 66092; 785-883-4119
Year opened: 2000
Smokin' Guns
Smokin’ Guns BBQ Restaurant and Catering
1218 Swift St., North Kansas City, Mo., 64116; 816-221-2535; www.smokingunsbbq.com
Year founded: 2003
Smokin’ Joe’s Bar-B-Q
519 E. Santa Fe, Olathe, 66061; 913-780-5511; www.smokinjoesbbqolathe.com
Year opened: 1989

Snead’s Bar B-Q
1001 E. 171st St., Belton, Mo., 64012; 816-331-7979
Year opened: 1956
Summit Hickory Pit BBQ
1012 S.E. Blue Parkway, Lee’s Summit, 64063; 816-246-4434
Year founded: 1992 at a different Lee’s Summit location
Wabash BBQ
646 S. Kansas City Ave., Excelsior Springs, Mo., 64024; 816-630-7700; www.wabashbbq.com
Year opened: 1997
We B Smokin’
32580 Airport Road, Paola, Kan., 66071; 913-256-6802; ttp://www.webesmokin.com
Year opened: 2001
Winslow’s KC-Style Barbeque
City Market, 20 E. Fifth St., Kansas City, Mo., 64106; 816-471-7427; www.winslowsbbq.com
Year opened: 1971
Woodyard Bar-B-Que
Woodyard Bar-B-Que
3001 Merriam Lane, Kansas City, Kan., 66106; 913-362-8000; www.woodyardbbq.com
Year opened: 2005 but the family has had it as a side business to their wood yard since 1950
Wyandot B-B-Q (two locations)
8441 State Ave., Kansas City, Kan., 66112; 913-788-7554
7215 W. 75th St., Overland Park, Kan.; 66204; 913-341-0609
Year opened: 1977 at the KCK location

Zarda Bar-B-Q (two locations)
214 N. Missouri 7, Blue Springs, Mo., 816-229-9999
11931 W. 87th St., Lenexa, Kan., 66215; 913-492-2330; www.zarda.com
Year founded: 1979

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Right on 'cue | Your guide to this weekend's Great American Barbecue Festival


By TIM ENGLE
The Kansas City Star
With all the meat at a big-time barbecue contest, you would think it would be easy to get your mouth on some.
Not necessarily true.

But this weekend’s Great American Barbecue Festival outside Sandstone Amphitheater is not just a competition, it’s a celebration of ’cue. And it’s hard to celebrate barbecue without sampling some. Vendors will sell traditional saucy fare — brisket sandwiches, ribs, pulled pork, wings — as well as exotic meats such as ostrich and alligator. (We bet it all tastes like barbecued chicken.)

“There will be absolutely no vegan specials,” promises organizer Paul Satterfield.

The people behind the Great American Barbecue like to call it the Mardi Gras of Meat and the Carnivore Carnivale, but it’s actually a family-friendly event. The only thing you’ll see flashed, as far as we know, is pork butt.
In honor of the festival’s sixth year, we’ve cooked up an assortment of lists, each with six items.




6 just-the-facts, ma’am

1. The Great American Barbecue Festival is Friday and Saturday in the parking lots outside Sandstone Amphitheater in Bonner Springs. Friday daytime is devoted to barbecue contests, so public gates don’t open until 3 p.m. On Saturday, gates open at 9 a.m.
2. Yes, the festival used to be on Memorial Day weekend. It’s a week earlier this year.
3. Admission is $10 per day for anyone 13 and older. Kids 12 and younger get in free. Or go both days for $15. Parking is free.
4. No animals, no coolers, no drinks or alcohol allowed in. But beverages (including beer) will be for sale.
5. Live bands on two stages 6-11 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. Fireworks at about 10 p.m. Friday.
6. More info at www.thinkbbq.com.





6 wacky-named bbq teams

Some teams likely to be cooking at this weekend’s contest:
1. Briskets & Gravy
2. Hoosier Daddy
3. Jurassic Pork
4. Notorious P.I.G.
5. Ribs for Her Pleasure
6. Guys With Wood





6 things for the kids to do

1. Check out the “Kidz Que” competition 4:30-5:30 p.m. Friday — younger kids are cooking steak; older ones are doing pork chops. Adults are around to lend a hand. Awards ceremony at 7:15 p.m. Friday.
2. Bounce around on inflatables in the Kidz Zone.
3. Finger-paint with barbecue sauce.
4. Get their faces painted (not with barbecue sauce).
5. Ride carnival rides.
6. Sample Mother’s Cookies, making their KC area debut, and a new mac and cheese from Velveeta.





6 qualities a certified bbq judge looks for

You know, in barbecue. Not in a potential hookup.
1. Presentation: color, uniformity of pieces, aesthetic layout of pieces in the presentation box. And nothing weird: A team can’t make an initial with the sauce, for instance.
2. Tenderness. Overly tender = overcooked.
3. Taste. Although this should probably be at the top of the list.
4. Only three garnishes allowed: parsley, cilantro and green leaf lettuce.
5. Judges certified by the Kansas City Barbeque Society are “very picky,” Great American organizer Paul Satterfield says, but their training keeps subjectivity in check.
6. You can’t hurry barbecue: It takes six hours or so to smoke a chicken. It can take 20 hours to smoke a brisket.





6 regional bands you’ll want to catch

The festival has two stages this year. These six acts will appear on the main stage:
1. Scott Ford Band, 6 p.m. Friday
2. Loozin Sleep, 7:30 p.m. Friday
3. Six Degrees West, 9 p.m. Friday
4. Red Letter Hero, 12:30 p.m. Saturday
5. Brandon Miller Band, 2:30 p.m. Saturday
6. Big Foam Finger (with Fox 4’s Mike Thompson on guitar), 4 p.m. Saturday





1 eating activity and 5 non-eating activities

1. Help judge the sauce competition. You’ll get a little cup of meat, then you can choose the sauces and rubs you want to sample. (Find the People’s Choice tent.)
2. After you wolf down a plate of ’cue (for sale in BBQ Alley), something fried on a stick, some kettle corn, a funnel cake, an Italian ice and a couple of beers … go hop on a carnival ride. The whirlier the better!
3. Or take it a little easier, like a nice, calm Ferris wheel ride.
4. Watch other people eat: The competitive rib-eating contest goes down (and stays down, with any luck) at 2:30 p.m. Saturday (Fox 4 stage).
5. Check out the Southern Living mobile demonstration kitchen, the homegrown Bacon Explosion guys and other culinary demos.
6. Buy some barbecue gear — a smoker, maybe, or knives or sweet-smelling wood — for the Q-lover in your life.




6 fun festival factoids

1. The Great American Barbecue claims to be the world’s biggest barbecue festival and the second-largest sanctioned barbecue contest (behind the American Royal). Prize money up for grabs: $73,000.
2. There are two divisions of competition: The invitational is, as you’d guess, by invitation (those 30 teams have to have won a state championship). The open has attracted 200-plus teams this year. The open has lots of categories, including wings, side dishes and desserts.
3. Teams (whether competing in the invitational or the open) have to cook four meats: chicken, pork butt, pork ribs and brisket.
4. The winner of last year’s rib-eating competition ate 8.3 pounds of ribs in under seven minutes.
5. The festival is expecting 50,000 participants and attendees this year.
6. All those hungry people will require some 300,000 wet naps to wipe the sauce off their hands, faces and other body parts.
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Man, I miss KC BBQ down here in Tampa. But, there is a place called Sonny's thats not bad if you like the sweet BBQ style. Coming back on labor day. Heading to Jack stack as soon as I get off the plane.
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I haven't eaten at any of those places so I will just say Phobia's.
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I've had a lot of Phobia's BBQ. It ranks up there. I've told him he should go pro with it. Best pulled pork I've ever had.
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Winslow’s KC-Style Barbeque
City Market, 20 E. Fifth St., Kansas City, Mo., 64106; 816-471-7427; www.winslowsbbq.com
I just ate here the other day, and it was dang good. Anybody else like Winslow's?
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I tried Dickey's BBQ Pit over the weekend. Down in Overland Park in the shopping center. I was in the neighborhood and thought I'd give it a try.

It was really really terrible. Meat was decent, but absolutely no real smoke flavor at all. The brisket was like eating a roast that came out of the crock pot. Pit BBQ my ass... It was way overpriced as well.

Definitely would not recommend it.
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Im sick of this debate.

You can make the best BBQ in the world right in your own backyard.
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I just ate here the other day, and it was dang good. Anybody else like Winslow's?
I live in the market and stopped eating there years ago. I do enjoy late Sunday afternoons on their patio with some beers though. They seem to turn over management quite a bit so maybe it has gotten better, but I was never impressed. My buddy got a half chicken their last time we went and said he enjoyed it.
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Old 09-06-2010, 07:17 PM   #235
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I was in town over the weekend and went to Jackstack BBQ.....It's still on top of its game. Cheesy corn as great as always. The beans had lots of meat in the serving. The Burnt ends and Ribs were top of the line.

Best commercial BBQ on Planet Earth.
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Old 09-06-2010, 07:18 PM   #236
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I was in town over the weekend and went to Jackstack BBQ.....It's still on top of its game. Cheesy corn as great as always. The beans had lots of meat in the serving. The Burnt ends and Ribs were top of the line.

Best commercial BBQ on Planet Earth.
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Old 09-06-2010, 07:23 PM   #237
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I was in town over the weekend and went to Jackstack BBQ.....It's still on top of its game. Cheesy corn as great as always. The beans had lots of meat in the serving. The Burnt ends and Ribs were top of the line.

Best commercial BBQ on Planet Earth.
I don't know dude.

I went to Arby's this weekend for their Arby-Q sandwich and I think it's probably the best commercial BBQ on Planet Earth.
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I went to Arby's this weekend for their Arby-Q sandwich and I think it's probably the best commercial BBQ on Planet Earth.
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