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Southbound Bar-B-Que in Valhalla?

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lollypop Jul 12, 2007 11:11 AM

Has anyone been? Was looking to try but have only recently read about it in InTown Westchester magazine.

  1. GIOny Jul 12, 2007 12:06 PM

    For the area I think it's good. It may not cut it if they put this place down south or in Texas but for Westchester I think it's good. I also liked Jimmy Lee's and I am dying to try Q.

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      tbtiawid Jul 12, 2007 11:51 AM

      good pulled pork....sides and the ribs are mediocre IMO...have eaten there a bunch of times...q is better I'd say.....I liked the old jimmy lees place, but the food was kind of inconsistent....if you like bbq give it a shot

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        theatmosphere Jul 12, 2007 11:50 AM

        I agree with laylag. We like it fine for take out every once in a while. The pork ribs are fine, heavy on the smokey flavor in my opinion. My husband likes the beef brisket. I think the meat is better than the sides, in general. My mac and cheese was oily, but they have awesome hush puppies! The mashed potatoes were good, too.

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          laylag Jul 12, 2007 11:39 AM

          It's okay, not amazing but decent. I think Holy Smoke in Mahopac and Q in Port Chester are both better (although Q has been inconsistent lately). Haven't gotten to the place in Wingdale. It's been about a year or more since we were there so can't recall specifics of the meal - guess that tells you something - but I know we had ribs and they were good, decently smoked. The sides didn't make an impression. They have home made potato chips that are a nice munchie while you wait - have them with some bbq sauce. The sauces were decent if I recall properly. Again, nothing to write home about. It's worth a try if you're not too far away but I wouldn't schlep to get there.

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