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Found a BBQ Gem in Oswego/Aurora

chipkillian | Jul 5, 200706:49 AM     4

I stopped by Thomas' BBQ on Montgomery between Hill and Eola yesterday for lunch. Awesome pulled pork sandwich! Excellent sauce and real pulled pork--not just some smashed up left overs. The place looks like it's run by a husband and wife team, she works the counter--and never really smiles, and he works the kitchen, behind a curtain. There are a few tables inside to eat in and it does have a cool "Bama atmosphere--but, I always get it to go. Good crispy steak fries accompany each sandwich. Sides were a bit pricey. They also do a lot of catering work so they are closed some days to accomodate their catering business. Give this place a try!

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