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Where to go for bbq?

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1. Re: hi

You're question is pretty vague. What kind of bbq? What type of food...chicken, beef, pork?

Where? Mississauga? Toronto? Budget? You might add a bit more info if you plan on getting a decent answer.

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2. Re: hi

We got Famous Daves here in the states, they have all bbq foods, chicken, beef and pork. I would guess there has to be similar places in Mississauga

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3. Re: hi

Famous Daves doesn't exist in Canada, at least not in and around Toronto. There are a number of good (independent) BBQ places in Toronto, it's sort of become trendy lately. Meaning the southern US style of BBQ, featuring mainly pork ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket, and chicken legs cooked in a smoker. I presume that's what the OP was referring to, though they could have meant Korean, Portuguese or Brazilian BBQ, and since the question is posted in the Mississauga forum I don't know if the OP is looking specifically for Mississauga places.

In any case I'd suggest checking yelp.ca, for example a search like http://www.yelp.ca/search?find_desc=barbecue+restaurants&find_loc=Mississauga%2C+Ontario&ns=1&ls=25dcfeeb4043cfcb

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I guess we'll never really know until they come back and clarify....if they come back that is.

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5. Re: hi

There's a Tony Roma's by the airport....

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6. Re: hi

krustytripper - I doubt they will. Given the amount of effort put into the OP post it's probably not that important.

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7. Re: hi

no more answering newbie posts, lol if its under 10 posts, let it go, lol

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8. Re: hi

umm... well if my first post on TA had not been answered, I probably wouldn't have started answering other people's questions.

But I do tend more towards answering posts that are written in complete sentences.

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9. Re: hi

True but we all don't have to jump right on newbie posts.

Seems like some just post a couple of questions and never heard from again.

Some other members will still answer and then they can respond back and start building their post count higher.

Edited: 7:07 pm, October 17, 2013
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