Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Default BBQ Joints in or near Columbus Wisconsin

Anyone have any recommendations?

Just moved here. Want to see if there is anything local that might be
good that I don't know about.

BTW, there seems to be nothing here by way of food.

There is a Mickey D's, Bugger King, Arbys, and 1 family rest., about
the same amount of fast food joints as bars. 2 Bars have food. One
store front has a turn key rest. for sale/rent that couldn't make it
work. They did Italian. I think BBQ would work better but I do not
have the bucks to start it up and IMHO it would be a BIG RISK.

Very depressed area as far as restaurants go.

Glad I can cook and Q because if not I would be f*#ked.

Ideas?

Gene

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On Sat, 04 May 2013 23:26:11 -0500, Gene
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Anyone have any recommendations?

Just moved here. Want to see if there is anything local that might be
good that I don't know about.

BTW, there seems to be nothing here by way of food.

There is a Mickey D's, Bugger King, Arbys, and 1 family rest., about
the same amount of fast food joints as bars. 2 Bars have food. One
store front has a turn key rest. for sale/rent that couldn't make it
work. They did Italian. I think BBQ would work better but I do not
have the bucks to start it up and IMHO it would be a BIG RISK.

Very depressed area as far as restaurants go.

Glad I can cook and Q because if not I would be f*#ked.

Ideas?

Gene


My only advice is to NOT open a bbq joint in Wisconsin, especially in
a town of only 5000.

Hey, you can get free wood chips at the recycling center though.
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Default BBQ Joints in or near Columbus Wisconsin

Gene wrote:
Anyone have any recommendations?

Just moved here. Want to see if there is anything local
that might be
good that I don't know about.

BTW, there seems to be nothing here by way of food.

There is a Mickey D's, Bugger King, Arbys, and 1 family
rest., about
the same amount of fast food joints as bars. 2 Bars have
food. One
store front has a turn key rest. for sale/rent that
couldn't make it
work. They did Italian. I think BBQ would work better but
I do not
have the bucks to start it up and IMHO it would be a BIG
RISK.

Very depressed area as far as restaurants go.

Glad I can cook and Q because if not I would be f*#ked.

Ideas?

Gene


why would you move to a place that has *NO* Q? g
or a least a place close by

Do this help?
http://www.yelp.com/search?find_desc...on sin%2C+USA


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Default BBQ Joints in or near Columbus Wisconsin

On May 4, 9:26*pm, Gene wrote:
Anyone have any recommendations?

Just moved here. Want to see if there is anything local that might be
good that I don't know about.

BTW, there seems to be nothing here by way of food.

There is a Mickey D's, Bugger King, Arbys, and 1 family rest., about
the same amount of fast food joints as bars. 2 Bars have food. One
store front has a turn key rest. for sale/rent that couldn't make it
work. They did Italian. I think BBQ would work better but I do not
have the bucks to start it up and IMHO it would be a BIG RISK.

Very depressed area as far as restaurants go.

Glad I can cook and Q because if not I would be f*#ked.

Ideas?

Gene


Huh. the one time I was in that state was near Milwaukee, about 40
minutes outside of town for some software training.
Was pretty impressed with the local food culture, there was even a BBQ
joint in the small town where our hotel was.
Don't remember the town, something indian ending in gee or skee and
lots of syllables.
Well, at least you can get the same good local Wisconsin beer.




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