Photos: Rock n' Roll Beer-B-Que 2011 at Seminole Hard Rock
The charcoal is heating up in preparation for our second annual Rock N'Roll Beer-B-Que this weekend at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood. This Saturday, June 30, over a dozen restaurants will compete for titles in categories from best pork to best overall.
This year, many of the restaurants are keeping it simple-- no
gimmicks, just straight-up, low-n-slow barbecue. Whiskey
Tango won the Best Pork prize at last year's Beer-B-Que for their pulled pork stuffed corn
dog. This year, the bar is keeping their menu under wraps in hopes of
sweeping all five categories--best chicken, pork, brisket, most unique
and best overall. A few other restaurants are also keeping tight-lipped
about what they're dishing out for this year's meaty throwdown.
Last year, East Coast BBQ's smoky delights secured their win in the Best Overall category. Which dish will earn one lucky restaurant the coveted Best Overall title this year? Check out some of this weekend's contenders.
Big Lock Mobile Kitchen - Carolina-style Ribs and Chicken
Bokamper's Sports Bar and Grill - Ribs
Centerfold's Cabaret - Centerfold Chicken Breasts
Cowboy's Saloon - Pork, Beans, and Macaroni-n-Cheese
D Dog House - Barbecue Bacon Cheeseburger and a Chili Bonanza--including everything from chili dogs and cheese fries to chili burgers.
Hard Rock Cafe - Carolina & Texas-style BBQ Sandwiches
JG McGuinness Irish Pub & Restaurant - Pulled Pork
McBlack's Southern Comfort Grill - Ribs and a Bacon, Conch, and Shrimp Dish
Mugs Sport's Grill - BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders
Old World Sausage Factory - Bison Sausage
Smoky Bones Bar & Fire Grill - Ribs, Pork, Chicken
Soo Woo Japanese and Korean Steakhouse- Korean BBQ
Whiskey Tango All American Bar & Grill- Wouldn't you like to know.
Wings N More - Wings, Pork Sliders, Ribs
Eating heaping plates of pork can really work up a thirst. Unlimited beer samples will be provided by a variety of popular beer breweries including Misfit Brewery, Widmer Brothers, and Red Hook. Click here for a complete list of participating restaurants and breweries and to purchase tickets.
From 4 to 8 p.m., rock out to local bands, scarf down unlimited samples of barbecue, and quench your thirst with infinite beer samples. Don't forget to cast your vote for your favorite dish. Tickets are $35 in advance or $45 at the door; $70 VIP tickets get you early
admission at 3 p.m. as well as access to the VIP tent, liquor and food provided by America's Backyard.
Don't forget to bring your appetite, some friends, and bib.