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Big Ant’s BBQ


2207 N San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles
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The motto at Big Ant's BBQ is “slower is better,” which means ribs, brisket, and hot links are prepared with the dedication it takes to get through a three-hour movie. On the menu are six-ounce brisket plates, baby back ribs smothered in sweet housemade barbecue sauce, 10-hour-smoked pulled pork, plus something called pork candy: smoked and glazed pork belly chunks that are sticky and tender. The best move here is to build a platter with a little bit of everything, including sides like cornbread, baked beans, coleslaw, and collard greens.

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