Have You Tried the Brisket at The Pit Stop Yet?

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If you want to try the melt-in-your-mouth brisket at newly opened The Pit Stop, make sure you stop by after 5 p.m. That’s when the kitchen team starts pulling the tender beef from the smoker, slicing it up, and stuffing it inside of sandwiches. Of course, the process of crafting the brisket begins many hours earlier when they fire up the smoker early in the morning.

Each of the barbecue meats spends a decent amount of time in the smoker, cooking at a low temperature until it’s perfectly tender and juicy. You can also order a sammy stuffed with chopped pork, smoked chicken salad, or smoked sausage. If you’d rather skip the bread, try a platter of the rib tips (a customer favorite) or a full rack of ribs. They come with homestyle sides such as creamy mac and cheese, cole slaw, and baked beans, but you can also choose something healthier such as old-fashioned kale or sweet potatoes. For dessert, sink a fork into a slice of pie or cake.

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