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Bobbi Sue Bar-B-Que in West Palm Beach: First Look

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Starters include barbecue pork nachos, smoked buffalo wings, a pickled sampler and a bacon-wrapped corn dog, while sides feature classic Southern "comfort" foods like fried green tomatoes, fried pickles, slow-cooked collards, sweet tater tots, and corn bread muffins. Keep it retro and finish your meal with a classic milkshake, or a swirl from the in-house soft-serve ice cream machine.

Aside from barbecue focus, Bobbi Sue also has a decided sports theme -- especially collegiate sports -- as evidenced by an SEC college football map plastered across one wall. All manner of sports games will be on day and night for the bar crowd, while lunch and dinner guests will be surrounded by festive lighting, picnic-style tables, vintage neon signs, and classic iconic American memorabilia.

Of course, no Southern-style kitchen would be complete without a few strong drinks, and Bobbi Sue plans to take advantage of its generous bar space with "creative craft cocktails," like a Bacon Bloody Mary and the signature house drink, known as Angel's Apple, a house blackberry bourbon lemonade made with a blackberry and cardamom-infused Angel's Envy bourbon, and topped sparkling wine.

Bobbi Sue Bar-B-Que will be open for lunch and dinner starting Wednesday, November 7. Hours will be Monday to Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to midnight. The bar will remain open until 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights. Visit the Bobbi Sue Facebook page, or call 561-838-9099.

The restaurant will also support the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit that aims to honor and empower wounded warriors and their families by providing unique, direct programs and services.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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