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5 BBQ Joints You Must Visit When RV-ing in Arkansas

BBQ JointsIf you’re RV-ing in Arkansas, indulge in some succulent pork, rib or beef. This weekend, visit five of the best barbecue joints across the natural state with your family or friends, while RV-ing.

1. Chip’s Barbecue

This family-owned joint is sure to delight you with their chicken breast, ham, hickory smoked ribs, pork and turkey. You’ll also love some of their side dishes like slaw, potato salad, spicy cheese, soups, and beans. Also, don’t forget to taste their homemade pies. Your taste buds are going to thank you.

2. Gene’s Bar-B-Que

At the Gene’s Bar-B-Que, get to taste some soft, juicy and lip-smacking barbecues that will melt in the warmth of your mouth. Try ribs, pork, chicken and beef, together with fish and steak if you are a serious meat lover. The side dishes include baked beans, fries, coleslaw, biscuits, gravy and catfish. If you have a sweet tooth, try their fried pies as dessert.

3. Sturdi’s ShoNuff Barbecue

Sturdi’s ShoNuff BBQ joint is unique in its own way, and stands apart from the rest of the joints in the area. All of their delicacies constitute the family recipes sold in the original ShoNuff barbecue back in the 1970s. They too specialize in a variety of meat, smoked with hickory and apple wood.

4. Smitty’s Bar-B-Que

This barbecue joint will keep you delighted with pork, turkey, beef and ham. However, Smitty’s Bar-B-Que stands apart from the rest of the joints because of its selection of six special barbecue sauces. You can also try their salads, veggies, onion rings and sandwiches. The desserts include meringue, sweet potato, pecan and apple pies.

5. Hoots BBQ, Bakery, and Grill

Get to taste slow barbecued beef, chicken and pork at Hoots when RV-ing in Arkansas. The other delicacies include seafood, sandwiches, burgers and steaks together with pies and cookies. You can also spend some special time with your family and friends at their bar or experience some live entertainment.

A trip to these barbecue joints is worth it. If you are an RV enthusiast and a foodie, Arkansas has what you’re looking for. Have a great foodilicious trip!