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Old 03-02-2014, 05:39 AM   #26
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Classic revscene. I've only been there twice, but that's because I am an hour and a half's drive out to it from my house in Chilliwack... If you won't travel within the GVRD to try some new food or a particular favorite you almost certainly don't love food enough. Heck, at least once or twice a year I end up traveling at least 250 kilometers primarily for a restaurant or a specific food.
classic food snob. if you want to take a 3 hour trip to eat, fine. don't act like that makes you better then anyone.
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Old 03-02-2014, 09:34 PM   #27
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I miss that place Boonies in Cloverdale
They had AWESOME BBQ when they were around. Miss them so much.
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I've gotta agree with this post. Sometimes a long trek to a restaurant is more about the drive there, and it makes the food taste that much better when you finally get there.

Longest I've driven is to Seattle for Paseos lol (speaking of...not really BBQ..but best Cuban sandwich I've had).
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+1 Paseos and Cheesecake Factory definately worth the drive lol

definately need to try Paseos if your ever in the Seattle area.
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I would drive down to Seattle just for Paseo, and for some good ol' Southern BBQ (since we only have imitators here) on the way back.
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Hit Hogshack on Saturday and had the beef ribs which were very good. fatty, lots of meat and lots of char. There's a bit too much sauce but otherwise good stuff.

The baby back ribs were on the dry side though but I'd still suggest going.
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I would drive down to Seattle just for Paseo, and for some good ol' Southern BBQ (since we only have imitators here) on the way back.
recommendations for good BBQ in, around or before Seattle?
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The Barbecue Pit in Seattle Central. Must order the Rib Tips and Pulled Pork Sandwich. I'd say order a bit of everything, cause it's gonna be better than here regardless.

FYI, Seattle Central is a bit shady.

If you still have room, hop over next door to Ezelle's Fried Chicken. Oprah's Favorite Fried Chicken.
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