The restaurant is offering to-go orders of most of its meats and all of its sides.
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Dishes include Jamaican jerk cupcake chicken and "Tejas" tempura sausage.
Barbecue was taken seriously in Long Beach this past weekend. Very seriously.
Menus may include whole heads and shoulders and international influences like in a Punjabi poutine.
The center city debut of this Compton favorite finds cocktails, craft beer, and Scoops ice cream added to a more easily understood menu.
Owner Johneric Concordia infuses Filipino flavor with Southern U.S. smoked meats and soul food.
The chain was born in Texas and claims to smoke its meats, none of which stopped a Huntington Beach location from shuttering in 2010.
Free samples of barbecue to follow.
Stay safe out there this Memorial Day!
Food & Wine thinks so, at least.
Over 5,000 people stormed the Queen Mary waterfront to vote in the contest.
The event is bringing together a slew of styles with over 32 competitors vying for the $9,000 prize.
The meatless go crazy when they learn Starbucks has spiked their shakes with coloring from a beetle.
Randolph's gets huge raves from two of the town's best blog voices.
The brisket doesn't score as high as Compton's, but the babybacks may make up for it.
Signage is up and an opening looks close for the Filipino barbecue crew.
Despite potential profits, a Cabernet just doesn't pair well with a value meal.
The local Filipino-American barbecue caterers will raise funds for their first restaurant space.
Owner Johneric Concordia makes a plea for funding his Echo Park community center/barbecue joint.