That's right, folks. This week in Dish we finally hit the metal and review the rib and 'cue joint from Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain, Rock 'N' Roll Ribs. We first took a look at the now mega-popular rib shack when we interviewed owners McBrain and Rick "Moby" Baum back in October. Then, we gave our first impressions just a few weeks after opening, when rock 'N' Roll Ribs was slammed with Maiden and BBQ fans alike. Now, we're unveiling a full review on the place. A quick excerpt after the jump, plus more pictures from the restaurant.
Rock ΄N' Roll Ribs feels just about as close to a backyard barbecue as
you can get in a restaurant. The food isn't exactly Memphis- or
Texas-style ΄cue; rather, it tastes like what you might whip up with
some friends huddled around a Webber grill. In fact, the very idea for
the place was born of such gatherings, cooked up over cold Coronas by
guitarist and food-industry vet Rick "Moby" Baum and his close friend,
Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain. As McBrain tells it - in his thick
English accent - starting a restaurant together had been a dream since
Baum first shared his rib recipe with the rocker at one of their back
garden parties. A self-admitted "foodie" who's eaten his way around the
world some dozen times over, McBrain says it was these ribs that stuck
with him the most.
Read the full review in Dish.
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