We attended a dinner last night in Sonoma, California, to watch a film based on the book â??Smokestack Lightning: Adventures in the Heart of Barbecue Countryâ? by Lolis Eric Elie. Prior to the main film, Lolis showed a short piece about your BBQ establishment which looks great. Unfortunately is looks like about a 3,000 mile drive to get there, but it is tempting.... Hope to visit sometime. All the best.
Clarice Newsome said:July 12, 2010 12:49 am PST
I've been eating this BBQ since I was little. Visiting my grandmother in Andrews every summer and holidays I can not leave South Carolina with out getting some BBQ. As a born Texan we can eat some BBQ but being pretty much raised on this BBQ there is no comparison. I just bought some home so my co-workers could have some. Needless to say that the dish was completely clean. Please keep up the great job. Great BBQ! P.S. Like an earlier reviewer I have to wash down my BBQ with Red Rock soda...we don't have it in Texas :(
Chuck Plowden said:July 6, 2010 3:55 pm PST
Can't wait to try your Q. See you Saturday.
Peter Jackson said:July 2, 2010 3:12 am PST
Best BBQ I ever tasted. About to make a trip from Columbus Ohio to get some of that BBQ. It been about 16 years since I had some of Scott BBQ.
Jim Holowach said:June 17, 2010 11:45 am PST
My wife, brother-in-law and myself came all the way from Dirty New Jersey to vist Scott's. We sure were not diappointed, everything was excellent espcially the friendlness of the staff. We even got a tour of the pit's and got to eat some poppers right out of the oil. Well worth the visit. Next time I am down in the Palmetto State I'll pay another visit.
Content copyright . Scott's Bar-B-Que. All rights reserved.