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    Quote Originally Posted by scotchale View Post
    Our general route will probably be leaving the Tyler Texas area, then a choice of routes to Dayton, Ohio (Air Museum specifically), then up to the Rally, with Cleveland Ohio as a probable stop to visit some people in that area either before or after the Rally.
    If in the Columbus Oh area anytime around Lunch - City Barbeque - multiple locations. While it is all great - most recommended is their brisket! Hungry just thinking about it.

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    Corn Beef in Cleveland, Slyman's. Get there by 11:30 or the line will be out the door.

    http://www.slymans.com/

    They also do a great breakfast.

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    BBQ in western Pa

    If your route takes you through Pittsburgh here are a few bbq choices:

    Traveling on Interstate 70 from WV into PA (south of Pittsburgh) you will find excellent southern style bbq at Hogfathers in Washington Pa. They are at 1301 Jefferson Ave, Washington, Pa 15301. I grew up in Georgia and this is some of the best bbq I have found in southwestern Pa. Look for the Jefferson Ave exit and go north about 3 blocks, Hogfathers will be on your left. http://www.letseat.at/hogfathersoldfashionedbbq

    East of Pittsburgh you will find Clem's BBQ on Route 22 East. Their address is 1985 Route 22 Hwy E Blairsville, PA 15717. Every bbq lover in the Pittsburgh 4 Winds BMW club has been to Clem's. http://www.clemscafe.com/

    North of Pittsburgh you can get great pulled pork at Fat Jimmy's BBQ at 2612 New Butler Road New Castle, PA 16101. If you are on I-79 you can take exit 99 and then go west on Route 422. Fat Jimmy's is on the left before you get into Newcastle. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/09148/972808-34.stm



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    Good Bets are;
    Krispy Kreme
    Macaroni Grill
    Golden Corral
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Good Bets are;
    Krispy Kreme
    Macaroni Grill
    Golden Corral
    I take the mom and pop place anytime over the chains. Best bake goods are the local bakery, and owners usually take more pride in what is served that the 18 year old manager of some big chain..............IMHO

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    Always good to find a one off or mom and pop, but sometime you need to hit a known place so if you see a sign you trust, that can be a good stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Always good to find a one off or mom and pop, but sometime you need to hit a known place so if you see a sign you trust, that can be a good stop.
    But where is the sense of adventure? It's like taking the route you have always traveled instead of the unknown road you have never been on. It might be a great adventure or it might be a bust but it's not boring.
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    Not in the rally zone,but i stopped in greybull wy at a small motel.Asked the owners for a good eatery and they said go to the koa campground.Right?Turns out the guy who runs the cafe there was a master chef from Norway.One of the best meals ever..Ed
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    Krispy Kreme is going to be hard to find, but you are likely to find Maple Donuts. Try the peanut butter and jelly donut. Filled with grape jelly and topped with peanut butter frosting. YUM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lionlady View Post
    Krispy Kreme is going to be hard to find, but you are likely to find Maple Donuts. Try the peanut butter and jelly donut. Filled with grape jelly and topped with peanut butter frosting. YUM!

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    What sort of Yorkie lug nut are you Do I smell Fastnachts on your breath?

    Sorry, but Maple Donuts are pretty much limited to the US30 Bypass around York, PA.

    Krispy Kreme might be found somewhere near Bloomsburg.
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    While in Ohio I will always find a Skyline Chili. They are based out of Cincinnati and there are several in the state. Their little chili cheese dogs are just awesome. I don't normally eat stuff like that but I make an exception for that in my diet.

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    Melt Bar & Grilled in Cleveland (Lakewood)

    http://www.meltbarandgrilled.com/

    As the 42nd person to finish their challenge (Man vs. Food) I can attest they do it right.

    Traveling north on 219 through PA hang a right in Mahaffey onto 36 and go about a mile to the Feed Store on the right. I can't remember the name of the restaurant inside, but they have fantastic pizza with mom and pop prices.

    On a side note, Air Force Museum in Dayton a great idea and free!

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    Look for Joey's Bakery right on the mian street in town. Great baked goods, breakfast and lunch. Homemade everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    What sort of Yorkie lug nut are you Do I smell Fastnachts on your breath?

    Sorry, but Maple Donuts are pretty much limited to the US30 Bypass around York, PA.

    Krispy Kreme might be found somewhere near Bloomsburg.
    I'll have you know that you can get Maple Donuts all the way up in northern York County in the Greater Metropolitan Etters Area (GMEA).

    Peanut Butter Cup is my favorite - peanut butter creme filling with chocolate icing.
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