In order to save the goats, Fette Sau must barbecue them.
Looks like Fette Sau isn't the only BBQ joint springing up near Frankford and Girard.
Meats by the pound, custom-brewed house drafts and a lot of whiskey await.
The new spot from Stephen Starr brings a little bit of Williamsburg to the Fishtown.
Steve Dolinsky takes you on a magical hickory tour.
Dat Donut to expand into barbecue.
Grub Street headed down to Murphysboro, Illinois, to check out the annual festival.
Bringing the barbecue joint to Philly makes perfect sense to its owner.
The festival season is on.
Ride out the summer on a wave of Latin and Asian inspired barbecue dishes.
The chain was born in Texas and claims to smoke its meats, none of which stopped a Huntington Beach location from shuttering in 2010.
Starr-B-Que and Bubba's Texas BBQ are both looking to open there in October.
The ongoing guest chef happy hour series brings the "Top Chef" champ to the riverfront tonight.
We weren't sure it would ever happen.
Seems the owners have had enough with the rampant drunken stupidness in Old City.
"I don't think we're trying to be the best barbecue in New York, we're trying to make some of the best barbecue in the United States," says the Brisketlab founder.
Giuffi couldn't limit himself with just one regional approach to barbecue.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
Though no one will confirm, the Williamsburg barbecue joint's owner's name is on the liquor license application.