SF BBQ Festival
The Spot, San Francisco CA
I wasn’t too impressed by this chicken. It was good, but nothing special. Even the sauce was just mediocre. The chicken was tender and juicy though, I will give it that.
SF BBQ Festival
The Whole Beast, San Francisco CA
This slider was pretty tasty. The meat was nice and flavorful and the toppings were great. I especially liked the super soft roll that they used.
Topped with tomato and plum sauce. SF BBQ Festival
Connecticut Yankee, San Francisco CA
I don’t know that this was my favorite. The brisket was nice and tender, but the tomato and plum sauce topping was too weird for me. The plum wasn’t a good bbq flavor in my opinion.
With brisket beans and coleslaw. SF BBQ Festival
Tex Howard’s Pit-Smoked Bar-B-Que, San Francisco CA
Even though this wasn’t slathered in bbq sauce, I still really enjoyed this plate especially the baby back rib. It had a wonderfully deep smoky flavor and it was tender and juicy.
Broccoli with golden raisins. SF BBQ Festival
CatHead’s BBQ, San Francisco CA
Mmm! This was really good. The pork rib was pretty large and it was saucy and delicious. I also liked the broccoli with golden raisins.
Classic savory biscuit made with grated cheddar cheese. $3
Biscuit Bender, San Francisco CA
I liked this biscuit. It was light and flaky, slightly baking powder-y, and the center was soft and remained a bit doughy. The cheddar cheese tasted great and provided another textural component. Mmm…
Chevre with green chiles and plum jam. $4.25
Cowgirl Creamery, San Francisco CA
This was simple and delicious! The spicy chevre cheese wasn’t very spicy, but the green chiles were flavorful and perfect with the sweet plum jam.