Published: August 1, 2009 at 5:19 AMIts all about the pulled pork for me..
Published: August 1, 2009 at 5:49 AMReally enjoyed the BBQ chicken at Flame Tree in Animal Kingdom. It was moist, delicious, and a most generous portion. Looking forward to going back this September!
Published: August 1, 2009 at 6:54 AMI'm not a big meat eater so I've voted no barbeque for me. I do love the smell though so when I visit Busch Gardens Tampa this year I may be tempted by a sausage or some chicken. Especially as the Zambia Smokehouse has such good reviews.
Published: August 1, 2009 at 10:11 AMBrisket. It should not even be close.
For a good chain restaurant where you can get some great brisket, stop by Famous Dave's and order the Texas Manhandler sandwich. Delicious beef brisket piled high, a few pieces of BBQ sausage, sprinkle on a few Hellfire prickles, add your favorite Famous Dave's sauce (Devil's Spit + Georgia Mustard are a winning combination for me), and you have yourself one outstanding sandwich!
Published: August 1, 2009 at 8:10 AMPulled Pork, but I like most of them.
My fav. BBQ? Hoop de Do and Flame Tree BBQ
I hear that Dollywood has some good BBQ
Published: August 1, 2009 at 7:55 PMI AM a big meat eater, but I picked "no BBQ" because after years in Memphis I'm a bit of a snob about it! I've certainly had decent 'Q at parks, though. Dollywood and IOA aren't bad at all, but neither would make me wanna slap my mama, like BBQ oughta.
Published: August 1, 2009 at 9:13 PM"makes me wanna slap my mama"...??? HAHAHAHAH i don't get it... but I love it.
Chicken for me!! Especially really seasoned ones with slight charring. My only beef with most theme park chicken (no pun intended) is they don't have the sides to match. I want chicken with some really nice flavored fries and I haven't seen that yet. Or rice with my BBQ chicken. i AM asian...
Published: August 2, 2009 at 6:51 PMI love me some pork robs, but I don't consider it to be theme park food. Pork ribs will hold you back the rest of the day. I'd be most likely to go for the pulled pork, followed by the chicken.
Published: August 2, 2009 at 8:22 PMAlways eat when dinning starts, you may end up with a dried up meat. I fail to do this at Fiesta Texas and ended up with dry chicken. The rest of my platter was fine but I bet was better two hours early. I was the last customer for the day but wanted to rest up for the last hour as the park wound down.
Published: August 3, 2009 at 8:45 AMNo theme park BBQ for me, when i'm at BGE id rather just leave the park and take the 20 minute trip up the road to Pierces Pitt BBQ!