Tuesday, November 18, 2008
One a recent drive from Rock Hill, SC, over to Greenville, the wife and I stopped in at Daddy Joe's Beach House BBQ and Grill in Gaffney. This was just a random pick off a billboard we saw along I-85, and I still have no idea why a BBQ joint in the Upstate of SC is called a "Beach House" (maybe it's because they have fried fish and shrimp on the menu), but it wasn't bad barbecue at all.
I had a chopped pork sandwich with fries, BBQ slaw, and hushpuppies.
It may not be an old-fashioned pit, but at least they're using some real wood in their smokers:
Top it off with a cold draft beer, and it beats the heck out of McDonalds!
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