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Ted Cook's 19th Hole Barbeque

2814 38th St. (28th Ave.) Send to Phone
612-721-2023 | Menu
Sauced-up and wood-smoked, this hole-in-the-wall serves up some of the best 'cue in the Twin Cities.


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Lunch & Dinner Tues.-Sun.
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Ted Cook's 19th Hole Barbeque, Minneapolis, MN


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Ted Cook's 19th Hole Barbeque Restaurant Review

: Since 1968, this neighborhood carry-out joint has been serving sauced-up and wood-smoked spareribs, beef ribs, chicken and rib tips---the latter of which demands the bucket-full. Smoky and glazy (try the hot sauce if you really like a burnin’ mouth full), this is wet barbecue at its best. We love the pork tips, but the barbecue chicken or sandwiches piled with the juicy shredded meat are topnotch as well; try the Jojo potatoes, homemade coleslaw and slow-cooked baked beans to go with. Peach cobbler is the must-have dessert. Service is always down-home friendly and helpful.





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