Food Network Crowns This BBQ Joint as the Best in Wisconsin
Every state has its favorite Barbecue joint, and the residents of that state think theirs is the best in America. But who is to say which is the top spot in the U.S. if you've never sampled 'cue from across the country?
Food Network Ranks Top BBQ Joint in Every U.S. State
According to their list, here are some of the top barbecue joints around the Midwest:
At 17th Street Bar & Grill, owner Mike Mills is called "The Legend," a fitting title for this three-time Grand World Champion of BBQ.
Fill up on hickory-smoked pulled pork sandwiches slathered in Memphis-style sauce while sipping BYO adult beverages from coolers on picnic tables in the relaxed outdoor garden.
Pork and beef are slowly cooked for 25 to 30 hours in a large smoker outside that burns only firewood.
Diners get their own food, through a buffet line that passes through the kitchen, where they pick up white-oak-smoked meats including chicken, pulled pork, spare ribs and sausage.
This is Wisconsin's Best BBQ Joint
Uses only meat from locally raised butcher-quality hogs for his St. Louis spare ribs. Slabs are coated in his special spice rub, then cooked with low heat, high humidity and plenty of smoke for hours on end.
If you're having a gathering this Memorial Day Weekend, you can't go wrong with some tasty barbecue with all the sides. To see the complete list of 50 States of Barbecue from the Food Network, CLICK HERE.