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Something Grilled Texas Style

Bacchus101 Nov 13, 2013 04:57 AM

For the BBQ CH folks: Just became aware of Something Grilled on Pottstown Pike near Exton. Not sure if this is news or old news. Has anyone been to what is proclaimed as a Texas Smokehouse? The menu includes slow-cooked, pit-smoked barbecue, Baby Back Ribs, Pulled Pork, Pulled Chicken, Beef Brisket, Kielbasa and BBQ Shrimp.

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    jujuthomas RE: Bacchus101 Nov 14, 2013 08:49 AM

    never heard of it!

    1. FrancisdeR RE: Bacchus101 Nov 16, 2013 07:17 AM

      Seems to be an offshoot of a place with the same name in Honey Brook. On Rte. 100 same strip mall as the Produce Junction. Opened Nov. 4. Active Facebook page. That's all I know. we will try in the next few weeks.

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        OM42Braz RE: FrancisdeR Nov 16, 2013 08:50 AM

        Honey Brook is a good distance from Exton. Route 100 is Pottstown Pike and runs up past the Exton Mall. Francis are you talking about Honey Brook on Route 322 past West Chester? Is that were a second location is?

      2. FrancisdeR RE: Bacchus101 Nov 16, 2013 10:09 AM

        OM42, it's actually the other way. The first location was in Honey Brook, and the Exton location is the second one, opened just this month.

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          barryg RE: Bacchus101 Nov 16, 2013 11:15 AM

          Why is it called grilled if it's doing Texas BBQ?

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            Bacchus101 RE: barryg Nov 17, 2013 06:41 AM

            A rhetorical question, I believe. Thus there is no answer required or expected. However FYI in Texas there are many establishments serving the same foods which are called "grills". Perhaps a bit out of the ordinary for the east coast but not in Texas and some neighboring states.

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              barryg RE: Bacchus101 Nov 17, 2013 10:03 AM

              Thanks, did not know that. Around here too a lot of restaurants are called grills (or "grilles") for no good reason either.

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                MainLiner RE: barryg Nov 17, 2013 02:47 PM

                I think a flat top qualifies as a "grill".. at least here...

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