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Wallace Barbecue

3035 Veterans Memorial Hwy. (Line St.) Send to Phone
Pork and beef are the featured smoked meats at this long-established barbecue restaurant.
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Wallace Barbecue Restaurant Review

: The iconography in this classic restaurant includes the front end of a 1957 Chevrolet emerging from a wall over one of the banquettes formed by the fin end of the same vehicle. A Wurlitzer juke box dresses up one corner, and among the items on the wall is a black-and-white photo of a young, sultry-looking Elvis Presley. Here's what you want to get: the chopped beef in the tangy vinegar-influenced barbecue sauce, served warm, is made from a smoked "gooseneck" beef, or eye of round. Chopped pork is tender and tastes just enough of smoke, needing no sauce if you don't care for any. Ribs are deeply smoked, moist and come easily off the bone. A hot mustard-based sauce, made in-house, adds extra tang. Good stew and mayonnaise-dressed coleslaw make first-rate sides. Sweet iced tea is the best quaff as no alcohol is served.

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