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The Park's Finest BBQ

Galen Jul 2, 2009 11:21 PM

Anyone ever hear of The Park's Finest BBQ. The cook is a guy name Johneric Concordia. A friend on FaceBook was raving about his BBQ. He has a 5 star rating on yelp. I think he caters at events and cooks at Echo Park once in a while. I don't know how it works. Maybe like the Kogi truck. I looked him up on Facebook and he had an announcement of when he was cooking at Echo Park. He's also going to be cooking at a JACCC event in July. Here's the Yelp page:


Anyone try his BBQ?

  1. pdjy Jun 1, 2010 05:25 PM

    Wow, I want to try their BBQ

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      raizans Jun 1, 2010 07:30 PM

      just once at the yelp/pleasure palate event. the bbq is right up there with the best, though the meat didn't have a smoke ring. he uses a treager, so it's not too surprising. reallyreallyreallyreallyreally good sauce and sides, too.

      1. Kris P Pata Jun 1, 2010 09:06 PM

        I dig The Park's Finest BBQ (not to be but, often confused with Park's Korean BBQ) and concur that their sauce rocks. Their Cornbread Bibingka is a borderline obsession for me.

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          Norm Man Jun 2, 2010 01:04 PM

          The Park's Finest BBQ has been in my sights since Abby's great review:



          1. fame da lupo Dec 3, 2012 11:16 AM

            We had an awesome meal there last night, the guys running the place are awesome and the food was on point. The kitchen couldn't let us leave without trying their pork dishes so they sent out a sampler on the house. The simplest of their dishes -- the longaniza and the cornbread -- were so flavorful it was ridiculous. My only encouragement for the guys is to more aggressively season (salt) their smoked meats.

            The price is right, the menu is terrific, will be back.

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