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Jersey Shore BBQ

Jerseygirl111 | Dec 30, 201306:37 PM

My husband and I had the opportunity to dine here last week. We were in Avon picking up the most delicious macaroons (The Macaroon Shop) for Christmas, and were thrilled to see what everyone raves about.

The raves are right, JSBBQ is pretty darn good. Here is what we ate:

Complimentary: Freshly fried tortilla chips w/sea salt and pico de gallo. The pico was spicy hot and soooo good we couldn't stop eating it.

Apps: Chili topped with mac and cheese. $7.00Meaty, perfect heat, bit of smoke.
Pork belly-$8.00huge portion, could only finish half of it. Very juicy, but be warned if you are fat phobic, half is fat.

Entrees: Rib Sampler-3 Baby Back ribs, 3 St. Louis ribs, mac and cheese, collards greens, cornbread. $20.00 The ribs were great. Not dry at all with visible pink smoke ring, they were meaty and tender. The Baby Backs had a bit more chew than the Louis but the Louis' excelled. I would order all St. Louis next time. The mac and cheese was the standard shells with American/Cheddar. Creamy, not grainy and perfectly acceptable. The collards came with big chunks of pork but were too watery to have much discernible flavor.

Three meat sampler- Pulled Pork, Burnt Ends and Baby Back Ribs. Baked beans and potato salad. $20.00 The pulled pork was nicely moist and flavorful because they kept in the fat and pork skin. The burnt ends very smoky and not over cooked or crunchy. The beans had a dominant taste of molasses, my husband loved them. The potato salad had bacon and a little bit of heat. Excellent. The cornbread was light, not dense and slightly sweet, we liked it. The also serve half sour homemade pickles with all the meals.

They offer a few different BBQ sauces on the tables. There is a vinegar sauce, a traditional sauce, a very hot sauce and a dipping type mayo based sauce for their onion rings. We felt all the ribs stood up well on their own, without any added sauces. We took home half the pork belly and half of each our entrees.

The prices are a bit high for BBQ, but you certainly receive alot of food for your money. We were too full for dessert but there were some interesting choices. See the picture for options. I should've asked if they were housemade, but didn't, sorry. The server and manager? Both came over multiple times to be sure everything was okay and see if we needed anything. The service was excellent. They accept credit cards. The restaurant is located in a storefront in a strip mall and there is plenty of parking. We would not hesitate to go back or recommend Jersey Shore BBQ to anyone.

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