If you’re someone whose jerky consumption is limited to driving cross country and post-workout, Biltong Bar will change that. They offer a wide assortment of South African beef jerky (or biltong), hand pies, and other South African-inspired snacks, along with some very good cocktails. One of them, the aptly named frozen “Un-Fu*k Your Day,” is always a favorite. Bring a date or your parents and order the biltong sample board and a few drinks before planning your next road trip.
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