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Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12333281
07/11/17 01:51 AM
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It's so so at best. They do serve the coldest draft beer in town though.

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12353726
07/23/17 01:22 AM
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Ate there today and was so disappointed
I used to live 5 min from the joint down in Crestwood Edition
We didnt finish our meal,paid our tab with tip and departed
Beer was cold,the era has ended for that place IMO
Ill hit the Railhead next time in town,square deal every time there

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: SARG] #12354205
07/23/17 02:32 PM
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Originally Posted By: SARG
Ate there today and was so disappointed
I used to live 5 min from the joint down in Crestwood Edition
We didnt finish our meal,paid our tab with tip and departed
Beer was cold,the era has ended for that place IMO
Ill hit the Railhead next time in town,square deal every time there


that wasn't Angelos though
you pay before you eat there

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: jwcromer] #12354207
07/23/17 02:33 PM
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Originally Posted By: jwcromer
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who are they?

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: butch sanders] #12354826
07/23/17 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted By: butch sanders
Originally Posted By: jwcromer
Heims


who are they?


Hipsters that cook some legit Q.

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: butch sanders] #12354829
07/23/17 11:58 PM
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OK . . . I over stated on the pay/tip thing.WE TIPPED AND LEFT how bout that!

I lived ten minutes from them off of University
I still own the same house and Angelos is still next to the Army Surplus
Right down the street is the VIP Club,racked a many of balls in that dive for 25yrs
POINT . . . .REMAINS . . . . .I AINT GOING BACK TO ANGELO's for Q.
Ill eat with the old school WBAP 820 crew at the Railhead,Ive been in Dick's Chopper more then a few many times when he had it.
He parked it at Meachum Field when I worked maintenance on the airport after the oilfield crash in 81 out in west Texas.
Anymore Angelo history you might require,Im well versed from 1981 to present.

Originally Posted By: butch sanders
Originally Posted By: SARG
Ate there today and was so disappointed
I used to live 5 min from the joint down in Crestwood Edition
We didnt finish our meal,paid our tab with tip and departed
Beer was cold,the era has ended for that place IMO
Ill hit the Railhead next time in town,square deal every time there


that wasn't Angelos though
you pay before you eat there

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: TCK73] #12354832
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That they are,I know some Comp cooks that give that joint praise for a retail shack

Originally Posted By: TCK73
Originally Posted By: butch sanders
Originally Posted By: jwcromer
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who are they?


Hipsters that cook some legit Q.

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12507139
11/17/17 09:46 PM
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I recently tried the brisket at Railhead in Willow Park and the day I went it was like eating a pot roast... looking forward to trying the Smoke Pits new location when they move to the old Sammie's location on Belknap...

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12622969
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its improving. Skeet (George's Son) passed away in december. Now Jason and his wife are running it. Food is improving and more consistent. They've added craft beer and marg's. There is still better out there by far; but its coming back to what it used to be.

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12623615
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I recently tried the brisket at Railhead in Willow Park and the day I went it was like eating a pot roast... looking forward to trying the Smoke Pits new location when they move to the old Sammie's location on Belknap...


Railhead in WP is pretty much a hit or miss deal. I've had some pretty decent brisket from there but I've also had the "pot roast" style you had. I don't willingly eat there anymore. (great place to have a drink or two, though) The last I heard on the Smoke Pit (from a regular there) was that the opening of the old Sammie's is on hold and may not happen at all.

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its improving. Skeet (George's Son) passed away in december. Now Jason and his wife are running it. Food is improving and more consistent. They've added craft beer and marg's. There is still better out there by far; but its coming back to what it used to be.


Really glad to hear this - I would love to be a regular customer again. 70's & 80's Angelo's was great but they haven't been the same since Angelo passed away in the late 90's.

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12648283
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Barbecue is average but the schooner of beer is always the coldest!

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: Eddyc01] #12672505
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Railhead was the best when they were on Vickery St. since they moved they have gone down hill big dog. I judge BBQ by ribs and sauce, Angelo's is the winner hands down......Also if you guys are ever in Graham there is a food trailer here on MWF Daddy Bob's BBQ just as good as Angelo's.....

Re: Angelo's BBQ [Re: snake oil] #12673117
03/15/18 01:45 AM
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Originally Posted By: snake oil
Railhead was the best when they were on Vickery St. since they moved they have gone down hill big dog. I judge BBQ by ribs and sauce, Angelo's is the winner hands down......Also if you guys are ever in Graham there is a food trailer here on MWF Daddy Bob's BBQ just as good as Angelo's.....


I remember the vickery location behind the beer barn.


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