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Kansas City BBQ Company is moving

maxzook Apr 8, 2008 09:30 AM

Kansas City BBQ Company has closed in Universal City and is moving to North Hollywood.

According to their voicemail, they will be open at 10863 Magnolia (1 block east of Vineland) by Friday.

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    ldodb RE: maxzook Apr 8, 2008 09:36 AM

    I hope there aren't any delays, I'm gonna need my BBQ fix soon.

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      ldodb RE: ldodb May 20, 2008 12:11 PM

      Of course I spoke to soon, there were delays. But to all you BBQ lovers out there. I am happy to say that they have reopened at their new location!!!
      I'm going to get my BBQ fix.

      1. re: ldodb
        maxzook RE: ldodb May 20, 2008 01:08 PM

        I work six blocks away, so that'll probably be me at the next table ... will definitely report back!

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          chuck RE: maxzook May 20, 2008 02:34 PM

          I was in the neighborhood today and drove by the place. It sure didn't look like it was open to me.

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            ldodb RE: chuck May 21, 2008 08:42 AM

            I went by there yesterday, they are definitely open. I had a brisket sandwich which was just what I needed, perfect, just as I remembered. Fries were perfect and crispy as well. Also they have 4 beers on tap now, I forgot which ones. Yea the storefront is not totally complete, but it's definitely open for business!

    2. Hershey Bomar RE: maxzook Apr 8, 2008 12:02 PM

      Their beans are overwhelming.

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        maxzook RE: Hershey Bomar May 20, 2008 01:08 PM

        In a good way, I assume ;P

      2. maxzook RE: maxzook Apr 16, 2008 04:40 PM

        Update: They're still working on renovating the space at 10863 Magnolia (corner Satsuma, used to be a Bolivian restaurant called La Kantuta).

        No sign showing an opening date, but it looks like they're making progress. Also, they're applying for a beer/wine license.

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          carter RE: maxzook May 20, 2008 03:14 PM

          Not only are they applying, but they have already received their beer & wine license, per the attached. So, whenever they do open, alcohol should be an option.

          1. re: carter
            Hughlipton RE: carter May 20, 2008 05:21 PM

            I'm really glad to hear that Carter. What is a good tri tip sandwich without a great Zinfandel?

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              carter RE: Hughlipton May 21, 2008 11:01 AM

              Would surely get my attention!!!
              Now whose great Zin do you think they will be serving?
              Probably not even a decent one, but they would surely be missing a great opportunity to expand their draw.
              Even wish Pineapple Hill would get that philosophy.

              1. re: carter
                Hughlipton RE: carter May 21, 2008 04:31 PM

                Love the burgers at Pineapple Hill and often take home so as to not drink martinis or the swill they call house cabernet. I think I ill try the same with K C. Do take out. Great Columbia Crest cab just released under Horse heaven vineyard or something like that. About $15 a bottle and a 93 WS rating. That's like drinking without guilt. I got a case. At that price it might make a great houase wine and go well with hamburgers or tri tip sandwiches.

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                  carter RE: Hughlipton May 21, 2008 10:50 PM

                  I've done BYO at Pineapple Hill, which shocks the staff, yet indirectly conveys a message regarding said swill.
                  the only way to order a martini is to call the brand, period.
                  Where did you find the CCrest cab - in Studio City, or ?

                  1. re: carter
                    Hughlipton RE: carter May 23, 2008 05:35 PM

                    Special ordered from Ryan at athe Flask.

          2. re: maxzook
            FoodObsessive RE: maxzook May 20, 2008 07:55 PM

            ...And this is my first notification that La Kantuta had closed - hadn't made the connection before. I had some good though odd meals there. On the other hand, a KC-style BBQ joint is always an ornament to the neighborhood.

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              Rosiepigs RE: FoodObsessive May 27, 2008 04:02 PM

              i got some baby-back's at kansas city bbq company last friday after reading everyone's posts. good quality, and very filling, but i think i'm a sworn memphis fan (unless i've got my regions wrong and then i'll be embarrassed)--dry rub, vinegary-chile sauce for dipping. KC had dry rub, but tomato-sweet sauce for dipping. the rub tasted more like jerk, but still had good smoke. get the beans--they've got pulled pork in them.

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