Ribs-2-Go

Published On 04/10/2009 Published On 04/10/2009

Trucks are always pulling around stuff you want, from sweet boats, to cars too rad for the street, to the most kick-ass pre-made half-houses. Add one more item: delicious, delicious ribs, from Ribs-2-Go. From a man who moved to Fla to preach, then started BBQing for his congregation in the parking lot after church, Ribs-2-Go's operation's based out of Cherokee-pulled, open-air trailer with a custom-built BBQ drum on the back, conveniently hauled close to the I-95 and 112/195 intersection just west of the Design District -- allowing you to expand both your artistic horizons, and your Sansabelts. Pork offerings include spare ribs in your choice of sandwich or half/full rack, prepared by removing the membrane for better flavor penetration, marinading in beer, rubbing with seven spices, grilling without sauce (for smoky flavor from a blend of Kingsford and hickory chips), then lathering on your choice of tomato-based BBQ sauce or a mustard-based sauce with a collection of spices so secret, dude pretends he's deaf when you politely inquire about them. Beyond pork, there's 1/4 chickens in either dark meat leg cuts, or white meat breast & wing cuts prepared just like the ribs, as well as conch fritters, conch salad, and the all-new fried conch -- hold it high, and everyone will listen to you not say a word, because your mouth is full. To wash it all down, 2-Go offers sodas you've probably never had before, like Chek Kountry Mist's cherry, strawberry, and grape, and desserts like sweet potato pie. The preacher'll also cater for private events, perfect for that housewarming when the other half of your house arrives.

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1. Ribs-2-Go NW 24th Street & NW 2nd Ave, miami, FL 33127 (Design District)

From a man who moved to Fla to preach, then started BBQing for his congregation in the parking lot after church, Ribs-2-Go's operation's based out of Cherokee-pulled, open-air trailer with a custom-built BBQ drum on the back, conveniently hauled close to the I-95 and 112/195 intersection just west of the Design District -- allowing you to expand both your artistic horizons, and your Sansabelts.

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