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bighound | Nov 23, 201902:49 PM    

first of a group of reviews from first time visit to KC. BBQ all the way. most quite good.
Arthur Bryant's barbeque: Old school counter service BBQ not far from the Negro League Baseball Museum. The first sign of good BBQ is the waft of pork scented wood smoked when you open the door. BBQ pork baby back ribs were tender, juicy with an excellent smoky flavor not overdone but with a good 'pull'. Can't imagine better cooked baby backs. Original sauce is thinner than Texas which works perfectly with the wood smoke flavor. Menu lists chipotle flavor on the ribs but it's not strong. You can feel a bit of heat after enjoying a bit of the sauce. Coleslaw is homemade and good but very wet. The potatoes in the potato salad were perfectly cooked not too hard or soft but strongly tastes of sweet pickles. Overall, an A possibly rising to an A+

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