Large plate of brisket, pulled pork with two orders of red beans & rice from Coop’s West Texas BBQ in nearby Lemon Grove.
GUEST BLOG / PIX BY YELP--In time for Labor Day, that's when locals will tell you summer in San Diego is for locals. Zonies are gone back to their caves in Arizona and the rug rats are back in school.
Perfect time to chase down slow-smoked, expertly seasoned, carved, and plated with love. Find those juicy, tender, pull-apart barbecue plate palaces all over San Diego County then head to the beach, backyard or eat 'em on the premises!
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|If you think all the BBQ joints are in East County, where the cowboy hats rule—think, again. Five are in East County led by Flinn Springs Grand Ole BBQ; then five along the beaches and five in soulful South San Diego.|
|Looking at this picture you’d think Corbin’s Q was deep in the heart of West Texas somewhere between Ft. Davis and Marfa--instead of El Cajon Blvd. in the college area.|
|It’s not unheard of for a flock of F-15 aces to land at nearby Miramar Naval Air Station and jet over to Abbey’s Real Texas BBQ to refuel.|
|Collards @ Coop’s West|
|These beauties are from Bowlegged BBQ in San Diego|