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    Im Hungry!


    Smokey Bones BBQ & Grill‎ - Write a review
    1905 N Roan St, Johnson City, TN‎ - (423) 979-1706‎
    "This place has great atmosphere, friendly helpful employees, and awesome food. A little more pricey than most BBQ places ..."‎ 3 reviews
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    Firehouse Restaurant‎ - Write a review
    627 W Walnut St, Johnson City, TN‎ - (423) 929-7377‎
    Category: Restaurant Barbecue
    "General Ratings: 4. As BBQ goes, this is probably one of the more consistent places in NE Tennessee. ..."‎ 1 review
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    Dixie Barbecue Co‎ - Write a review
    3301 N Roan St, Johnson City, TN‎ - (423) 283-7447‎
    "I am originally from Illinois, so when I moved to Tennessee several years ago (1997), I knew very little about "real" ..."‎ 2 reviews
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    Red Pig Bar-BQ‎ - With a name like this, it's got to be good2201 Ferguson Rd, Johnson City, TN‎ - (423) 282-6585‎
    Category: Restaurant Barbecue
    "General Ratings: 4. I'm giving Red Pig 2 stars for friendliness. My general rule of thumb is that I give a restaurant 3 ..."‎ 1 review
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    House of Ribs Restaurant‎ - Write a review
    3100 N Roan St, Johnson City, TN‎ - (423) 282-8077‎
    Category: Restaurant Barbecue
    "General Ratings: 3. House of Ribs has the best Prime Rib in town. I've always had great service when I go there. ..."‎ 1 review
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    West Market Street, Johnson City, TN‎ - (423) 967-5819‎
    Category: Barbecue Restaurant
    "I've lived here for years and found restaurants I had no idea existed thru the site!! I highly recommend this site for anyone looking for something ..."‎ 2 reviews
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    Crazy Cajun Restaurant
    (423) 477-2414 See reviews on Yahoo! Local 5358 Kingsport Hwy
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    Red, Great list of BBQ Restaruants in Johnson City... But the Rally is in Grey, Tn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    Red, Great list of BBQ Restaruants in Johnson City... But the Rally is in Grey, Tn.
    Have you tried to find any listed in Grey? You see some I missed in the zip? Contribute Man, don't criticize! Everybody gots to help here!

    This is Life threatening stuff of much importance! No time to screw off! The Rally is only 7 months away!
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    Johnson City's only a short ride away from Gray. All great choices for vittles. I oughta' know. I ride for barbecue.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    Red, Great list of BBQ Restaruants in Johnson City... But the Rally is in Grey, Tn.
    Gray is a little town between Johnson City and Kingsport. The area is know as the Tri-Cities (Bristol, Kingsport and Johnson City). However, there are several towns and communities mixed among them. That includes Gray, Piney Flats, Bluff City and several others. It's all in the same area and you frequently don't know when you go from one to the other. The area is not large but the small towns refuse to disappear and they are determined to stand on their own.
    'You can say what you want about the South, but I almost never hear of anyone wanting to retire to the North.

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    You are a great help

    Thank you for the BBQ resturant list. It will help in July.
    HOWEVER...now I am hungry. I wasn't 2 minutes ago. I am trying to lose some of the stuffing I gained at Christmas.
    Gar

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    Quote Originally Posted by redclfco View Post
    Have you tried to find any listed in Grey? You see some I missed in the zip? Contribute Man, don't criticize! Everybody gots to help here!

    This is Life threatening stuff of much importance! No time to screw off! The Rally is only 7 months away!
    I'll try to do better!!! LOL

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    Sweetwatter BBQ near St Roberts MO. on Interstate 44. Can't beat the ribs and Thin-cut potato wedges.


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    After a month of dieting I can almost fit into my Rev'It pants again. After a few days of southern cooking I might need a new pair of pants for the ride home!

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    We need to set up a BBQ ride starting from the Rally site, combining twisty roads and tasty backwoods BBQ. Any suggestions? I'm talking to you locals

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenfiddich View Post
    After a month of dieting I can almost fit into my Rev'It pants again. After a few days of southern cooking I might need a new pair of pants for the ride home!

    Pete
    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyBoy View Post
    We need to set up a BBQ ride starting from the Rally site, combining twisty roads and tasty backwoods BBQ. Any suggestions? I'm talking to you locals
    I'm in! Combine these two posts, then see my plea for an oversized Kermit chair in the Gear forum... http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?t=32961

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastTNBeemer View Post
    Johnson City's only a short ride away from Gray. All great choices for vittles. I oughta' know. I ride for barbecue.....
    That's almost 5 miles from Gray to Johnson City. That's too far. Are any of there places going to set up on the fairgrounds? I hate to miss good food but once the bike gets parked that'll be it until the rallies over.
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    Kingsport,TN. Ate here while visiting the site last fall. I'd say if you were riding by and were hungry, it's a good place to stop. I won't be going out of my way to get there. The ribs were as good as the place we enjoy locally. I guess I'd hope for a notch better seeing as I'm from NH, not a place known for Ribs.

    I do remember they were not keen on two of us sharing a whole rack of ribs...they wanted to charge us for two half racks...guess most guests don't do all that math before ordering?

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    Thanks! now I am really hungry!
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    Maybe I can get Beemerchef to come to my tent and put together something good!

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