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Oct 28, 2009 05:19 AM

Favorite Smoked Food & Where

Love Ted Peters mullet and salmon. We love smoked BBQ (not all BBQ is actually smoked too). We even got the bullet so we could do our own smoking... Now we're looking to eat and then try DIYing.

Along w/all the usual suspects, have you had anything unusual smoked? We get around so if you have anything Gainesvile and south, including Gainesville, let us know.

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  1. Huli Huli Chicken/Grilled Homemade Sausage/Pulled Pork Shoulder 20-
    Texas Brisket/Smoked Pork Ribs/Huli Huli Chicken 21
    these are a couple of items we got great food also bbq shimp app was great,typical bbq type atmosphere really cool place great service

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    1. re: pikiliz

      Whoa, thanks, even the pictures on their site look delicious. It's on my radar for the next visit over the Skyway. Thanks for the tip!

      1. re: pikiliz

        i've enjoyed Smoke a few times, but the last time i got what was probably the worst server i've ever experienced. it took a real act of will just to get and pay the bill after a fiasco of a dinner.

      2. There is a new place out on St. Pete Beach called Wildwood BBQ & Grill. I was fortunate enough to be invited to the pre-opening friends and family night. Got to order anything off the menu and we did. Ordered some brisket from the fatty end and it was very good. One of the best briskets I have had in the Tampa Bay are.

        Stop by and give it a try.

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        1. re: RibDog

          BTW, their Chipolte bbq sauce was my favorite. And their prices a little on the high side.

          1. re: RibDog

            We went there for lunch this past week. I ordered a half rack of Kansas City dry rub with sauce on the side. (BTW this is a chain) The ribs were seasoned well but the ribs were more bone than meat. One side was offered with the meal. I chose the onion rings. They were limp and obviously not freshly made. This place in a hotel on the beach is really for the toutists As Rib Dog above suggests - " their prices a little on the high side". Exactly. They won't last six months if all the have are the tourists to rely on

            1. re: kenr

              Well Ken, let's wait and see if they make adjustments along the way. Keep in mind that the only other location for Wildwood is in NYC which is a vastly different market than St. Pete Beach. I still think their brisket is one of the best I have had in the Tampa bay area.