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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBest New Barbecue: Bub City
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Photograph: Erica GannettBig Bricks | Best New Barbecue nominee | 2013 Eat Out Awards
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Photograph: Erica GannettMilt�s Barbecue for the Perplexed | Best New Barbecue nominee | 2013 Eat Out Awards
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Photograph: Erica GannettUncle John's BBQ | Best New Barbecue nominee | 2013 Eat Out Awards
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Photograph: Provided by Wrigley BBQWrigley BBQ | Best New Barbecue nominee | 2013 Eat Out Awards

Best New Barbecue | Eat Out Awards 2013

Bub City Early this winter, Jerrod, R.J. and Molly Melman revitalized an old Lettuce Entertain You concept their pops pioneered in the late ’80s,...

By Heather Shouse
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Bub City

Early this winter, Jerrod, R.J. and Molly Melman revitalized an old Lettuce Entertain You concept their pops pioneered in the late ’80s, giving it new life via a giant American flag constructed from beer cans over the bar, pop-country concert posters, and a stage for live twang and karaoke. On the barbecue end, the strength is in the selection: Chef Doug Psaltis casts a wide net with burnt ends, ribs, pulled pork, brisket, lamb ribs, short ribs and more. 435 N Clark St (312-610-4200).

Other nominees Big Bricks, Dat Bar-B-Q, Milt’s Barbecue for the Perplexed, Wrigley BBQ

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