After winning fans at local competitions and the Wildwood farmers' market, Paul Lamers and Mark Ruck opened PM BBQ to showcase their Memphis-style barbecue. The half-chicken, with a mildly pepper dry rub and wonderfully tender meat, lives up to its hype, and the brisket might be the best in town. Pork lovers can choose between pulled pork and baby-back ribs. The latter feature an aggressively peppery dry rub. Sides are excellent (especially the sweet-corn spoon bread); and four different sauces (spicy, sweet, Carolina, mustard) are available.

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After winning fans at local competitions and the Wildwood farmers' market, Paul Lamers and Mark Ruck opened PM BBQ to showcase their Memphis-style barbecue. The half-chicken, with a mildly pepper dry rub and wonderfully tender meat, lives up to its hype, and the brisket might be the best in town. Pork lovers can choose between pulled pork and baby-back ribs. The latter feature an aggressively peppery dry rub. Sides are excellent (especially the sweet-corn spoon bread); and four different sauces (spicy, sweet, Carolina, mustard) are available.

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Lot Available


Reservations: Not Accepted


Attire: Casual

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