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  • PJBowmaster
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    Friday is usually Brisket Day at Bunky's. Check his Facebook page to verify what's on the menu.

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  • Jeff_Carley
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    on my way this weekend, tomorrow! Thanks for the info

  • PJBowmaster
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    Originally posted by Jeff_Carley View Post
    I have found many BBQ shops in Sioux Falls yet nothing in my neck of the woods. There is a new joint coming to town where Lintz Brothers use to be, ironically owned by the same fellas. I tried some of their ribs before they opened, they were nice enough to give me a tour and tasting. Sadly, I don't believe they will do very well, they were dry (overcooked) and lacking in the meat department. I gave them some recommendations on how to help fix this issue, as they are a riblet buffet only kind of shop.

    Anyways, I'm looking for something other than Famous Dave's and Dickeys. Something I can take ideas from and "test" my product against theirs.
    Try Bunky's in Spearfish. Right next door to Crow Peak Brewery.

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  • Jeff_Carley
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    Rapid City BBQ Help

    I have found many BBQ shops in Sioux Falls yet nothing in my neck of the woods. There is a new joint coming to town where Lintz Brothers use to be, ironically owned by the same fellas. I tried some of their ribs before they opened, they were nice enough to give me a tour and tasting. Sadly, I don't believe they will do very well, they were dry (overcooked) and lacking in the meat department. I gave them some recommendations on how to help fix this issue, as they are a riblet buffet only kind of shop.

    Anyways, I'm looking for something other than Famous Dave's and Dickeys. Something I can take ideas from and "test" my product against theirs.

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