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7.8

B. Cooper Barbecue

Perfect For:Lunch

B. Cooper Barbecue does a solid job with the basics—brisket, ribs, and sausage–but you have to get the lamb breast. It’s not a cut we see often, and even rarer that we see it done this well. It will leave your fingers smelling like lamb for hours to follow, with rich, gamey flavor that will linger in your mind for even longer. And if you’ve ever gotten into a debate about vinegar vs cream-based coleslaws, you’ll be happy to know that they offer both here. Find the tiny trailer off East 7th.

Nicolai McCrary

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