BBQ goodness in an industrial warehouse

Commercial storage warehouses are intriguing because of all the stuff inside, which can also be not-corpses. Proving it's also a great place to keep a grill, Smokin' Warehouse Barbecue.Sharing the same warehouse and food-loving owner as an electrical contracting operation in commercial storage-rich Bayview, SWB starts slinging window-served BBQ'd goodness today outta a massive multi-room kitchen the head honcho originally installed to feed his wire-wielding employees, all of whom agree it peaked in Season 3. The menu'll include slow-smoked ribs, brisket, and pulled pork served by the rack, pound, platter or sandwich, all rolled in home-made rub and marinated for upwards of 18 hours, before being placed in a pair of Southern Pride Smoke Chef cookers, and finished on the grill, like white rappers who aren't Paul Wall. They're also dishing out breakfast eats as early as 7 a.m., with morning staples, a full coffee bar, and a hearty Morning Chillidog -- a hot sauce and hashbrown topped sausage smothered in bean-y epicness, as Beanie epicness has been curtailed by Tim Hightower and some faulty knees. And if you don't mind eating alongside a stack of semi-conductors, peek inside the rolling door to the left of the window where the owner says they'll have tables and chairs "all set up", just like most of the unlucky "stuff" in many other warehouses.