Best BBQ Sandwitch

It's been a while since I've seen a discussion about the best BBQ in the area.  Since opening I still believe that the best sandwich and pork that I've had comes from the new 306 BBQ downtown.   I wonder how Flobama is going to do across from 306 as every time I go down there it seems that both 306 and Flobama are doing pretty well. 

**** Howells is another great place for BBQ Pork, when you are in and around 7-Points area.  Witt's also has a pretty good sandwich but you are limited to either Rogersville or the Muscle Shoals drive up location and often it's just not convenient to go by. 

Word has it that there are some other great places coming now that they are developing the Sheffield Downtown area so maybe someone who has tried some of the new eateries will dare to comment on them.  For the rest if you know of a great BBQ place or where you think the best BBQ pork and/or Ribs are lets hear it.  

If you go by the signs and believe the advertising then Smoking on the Boulevard is the place to go but I hate that they don't have a place you can set down and eat and also you have to take the size portions that they decide that they want to sell or you get nothing.  Still though you can't argue with that aroma that seems to permeate through the area when they are cooking.  It does really smeall great and although I haven't worked up the nerve or chance to buy the smoked/BBQ bologna it also sounds pretty good so maybe I'll give it a try in the coming weeks and see if it's everything that people are saying it is.

Be as the Bereans ( Acts 17:11 )
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Being originally from Florence, but having been gone for quite a few years, I always preferred Bunyan's and D*i*c*k Howell's. But I grew up around the corner from Wright's, and their BBQ was good, and since they "press" their sandwiches almost like a grilled cheese, their BBQ sandwiches are the only ones I have ever had anywhere that I could eat will riding in a car and not make a mess! Heck, I don't even like to eat a hamburger in car normally.

 

MULE posted:

Being originally from Florence, but having been gone for quite a few years, I always preferred Bunyan's and D*i*c*k Howell's. But I grew up around the corner from Wright's, and their BBQ was good, and since they "press" their sandwiches almost like a grilled cheese, their BBQ sandwiches are the only ones I have ever had anywhere that I could eat will riding in a car and not make a mess! Heck, I don't even like to eat a hamburger in car normally.

 

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Eating in a car does not come naturally to most folks.  To do it right, and neatly, requires considerable practice.

I once ate a half rack of Dreamland ribs while driving from Birmingham to Montgomery on Interstate 65 without getting any food on me or any part of the car--or rear-ending a school bus. I have eaten a foot-long Subway meatball marinara sub while driving, with the same outcome.  It just takes some practice and good manual dexterity. With age and experience. true talent comes out!

Contendahh posted:
MULE posted:

Being originally from Florence, but having been gone for quite a few years, I always preferred Bunyan's and D*i*c*k Howell's. But I grew up around the corner from Wright's, and their BBQ was good, and since they "press" their sandwiches almost like a grilled cheese, their BBQ sandwiches are the only ones I have ever had anywhere that I could eat will riding in a car and not make a mess! Heck, I don't even like to eat a hamburger in car normally.

 

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Eating in a car does not come naturally to most folks.  To do it right, and neatly, requires considerable practice.

I once ate a half rack of Dreamland ribs while driving from Birmingham to Montgomery on Interstate 65 without getting any food on me or any part of the car--or rear-ending a school bus. I have eaten a foot-long Subway meatball marinara sub while driving, with the same outcome.  It just takes some practice and good manual dexterity. With age and experience. true talent comes out!

OMG old dude! What a tall tale. Age just brought you a meaner personality. They give people tickets for eating while driving, and rightfully so.

giftedamateur posted:
Contendahh posted:
MULE posted:

Being originally from Florence, but having been gone for quite a few years, I always preferred Bunyan's and D*i*c*k Howell's. But I grew up around the corner from Wright's, and their BBQ was good, and since they "press" their sandwiches almost like a grilled cheese, their BBQ sandwiches are the only ones I have ever had anywhere that I could eat will riding in a car and not make a mess! Heck, I don't even like to eat a hamburger in car normally.

 

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Eating in a car does not come naturally to most folks.  To do it right, and neatly, requires considerable practice.

I once ate a half rack of Dreamland ribs while driving from Birmingham to Montgomery on Interstate 65 without getting any food on me or any part of the car--or rear-ending a school bus. I have eaten a foot-long Subway meatball marinara sub while driving, with the same outcome.  It just takes some practice and good manual dexterity. With age and experience. true talent comes out!

OMG old dude! What a tall tale. Age just brought you a meaner personality. They give people tickets for eating while driving, and rightfully so.

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"They" were nowhere in sight and  if "they" had been, they would not have seen me, as furtively as I ate.  Not getting caught is part of the holistic ritual of eating while driving.

Went back to 306 BBQ in Florence and after a Jumbo Pork Sandwich I have no change in mind.  I still believe it to be the best BBQ in North Alabama.  I also have to say their Baked Beans beats anyone else in the area but then that's just my own opinion as well.

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