19 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4
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Voted the best barbecue in Rochester. This venue also has great blues bands and views of the city!
Barbecue chain serving Southern-style meats & draft brews in a casual setting. Not a big fan of the chain restaurants but if you never been there must go to place in Rochester!!!
The BEST BBQ in town! The best selection of meats & drafts in a retro vibe overlooking the Genesee River. Live music!
This place must be doing something right. They have been around for ever and they get great reviews. We've had several finger-licking family dinners here over the last 20 years or so, and would still go back. Parking can be a bit restricted but not a big problem. If you love barbecue, go.
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