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BBQ catering

laurendlewis Jun 27, 2011 10:55 AM

I'm thinking about getting BBQ takeout/catering for my birthday dinner this year - get a bunch of meat, sides, etc. to my house, and my friends & I can enjoy at our leisure.
Has anyone done catering with a local BBQ place? Any thoughts?

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    samlev Jun 28, 2011 09:29 AM

    Community Q is very good if you are in the Decatur/Emory area. For the I-75/I-285 area near Sandy Springs/Vinings, I would go with Heirloom BBQ. Both are very good, with excellent sides and a very wide selection of meats. Heirloom has some Korean influences as well.

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      fullyfunctional Jun 28, 2011 09:21 AM

      It's got to be Lowcountry Barbecue.

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        DeeCee Jun 28, 2011 09:08 AM

        For my last birthday, we got bbq for about 20 from Sam's BBQ1 in East Cobb. They have a bulk menu, but I'm not sure if they deliver. We got pulled pork, chicken, collards, and mac 'n cheese. It was excellent!

        1. ted Jun 27, 2011 07:22 PM

          Maybe not quite up to the level of Community Q, but I've used Pig n Chik for catered barbecue before. IIRC, they deliver for free on a $100 minimum order.

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            Katj Jun 27, 2011 12:20 PM

            Yes, I had BBQ catered for a company lunch from Community Q and it was awesome! We had the pulled pork and chicken. Mac 'n cheese for sure! They delivered and it was very easy.

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