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Memphis Blues Barbeque House is famed for its original Southern barbecue style. The meat is smoked for hours on low heat over hardwood till juicy and tender meat is realized. The restaurant not only serves barbecues but also delicious sandwiches, salads and full meals. For the love of succulent, tender and simply yummy meat variants one must try this place. Check website for more details.
Be ready to grill your own meat and have a great time with your family at the Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ restaurant on Nelson Street. Ideal for groups, this restaurant is a part of a renowned chain of BBQ restaurant, which has its franchises spread around the world. The table is large, and has a barbecue stand at the center, which can be used to grill your food. Else you can opt from the favorites like Tuna Tataki and Chicken Karaage for appetizers, as well as Kalbi Short Rib, and Harami Miso Skirt Steak, all of which available on the menu. Walk in here during their happy hours and enjoy the Japanese sakes, and chilled beers with tantalizing appetizers at special prices. Check their website to know more.
One of the city's most extravagant places to dine, this New York inspired steakhouse is one of the best places to be noticed in, if you're a single young professional. The high ceiling, three-storied restaurant has etched its place in the power-dining and matchmaking scenes. The menu is dominated by gourmet meat dishes. The roasted prime rib of beef is a popular entree, and the double-cut lamb chops are a favorite. Appetizers range from a selection of fresh oysters to fried calamari with hot cherry peppers and Cajun mayo.
Located in Gastown, Peckinpah is a barbecue restaurant which celebrate cuisine from North Carolina. Their pork ribs, pulled sausages, beef short ribs, house made hot dogs are a must try. The bar menu is also quite extensive with a variety of spirits and beers on tap to go along with the meal. The interior has the feel of an old-school pub with its wood floor and bar., leather-topped high stools, exposed brick and wood-paneled walls and chalkboard menus.