Paul’s BBQ is Now Open

By: Mr. Wilson on September 22, 2006
As it turns out, Inna's Pirogi wasn't the only new, local restaurant to open on Tuesday. Paul's BBQ opened on Pioneers Boulevard (between 47th and 48th Streets) the same day. The Missus and I grabbed dinner there tonight sort of by chance, since we found ourselves without any food in the kitchen. The restaurant gives off a definite small town vibe -- it reminds me a lot of a place called Mick's that used to be in downtown Firth. The interior features around ten tables with four chairs each. Patrons order at the counter, and your food is brought out to you a few minutes later. The menu is small, but just what you'd expect: chicken, ribs, pork, and brisket are the major entrees, and the sides include fries, beans, and cole slaw. Come to think of it, the menu at Paul's BBQ is a lot like the menu at many of the Ribfest joints. Paul's needs some time to work out a few kinks -- they were already out of several menu items due to heavier-than-expected business in their first few days -- but I think once they do, they'll find themselves welcomed warmly to the College View neighborhood. A pulled chicken sandwich at Paul's BBQ (Sorry for the crummy photo!)


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September 22, 2006 at 1:41AM

Why must this be posted at a time when I am most hungry?  Dangit now I have to go get barbeque…

September 22, 2006 at 3:10AM

ohhhhhhhh that looks good

September 23, 2006 at 12:58AM

Do you remember what their hours are by chance?  I may need to go there this weekend, it looks good!!

Mr. Wilson
September 23, 2006 at 2:00AM

Sorry, boomer, I didn’t catch their hours. They weren’t on the doors, and I didn’t think to ask. If you go, be sure to let us know what you thought.

September 27, 2006 at 7:26AM

Just went on Tuesday 26 September.  The food was very good, friendly staff and generous portions.  The smell of the place was incredible, wonderfully smoky barbeque aroma.  They have two barbeque sauces available mild and spicy both have great flavors and the spicy has just enough kick.  The sliced beef brisket sandwich reminds me of what McKenna

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