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Lazybones Roseville MI


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Lazybones Roseville MI

momskitchen | | Nov 10, 2010 02:36 PM

I was back in town (Warren) for a family funeral so my sister and I went to finally check out Lazybones in Roseville. We went at lunch time and ate at the small tables in the store - it's largely a takeout place. We were the only women in the was frequented by many male blue collar types in for their lunch hour. I tested it out with my usual beef brisket order (always my test case for a BBQ restaurant), and I thought the brisket by itself was wonderfully spiced and smoked and very moist. They really strap on the feedbag! My lunch was big enough for 2. The price was right, too! I got the greens and the cole slaw, plus, it came with potato wedges. Sis got the burnt ends. They were good, too.

Only downside is that among their choices, I couldn't find a BBQ sauce I liked as much as I like the sauce at Slows, Union Woodshop or Zingerman's Roadhouse, but I'd definitely go again next time I am in the homeland and am in need of takeout.

Zingerman's Roadhouse
2501 Jackson Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

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