[BBQ: Blackstrap BBQ] epic midday hunt

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I only know one person who’d be willing to trade the coziness of a Saturday afternoon for a BBQ snack hunt: J.

And the man did not disappoint.

Before we knew it, the two of us were staring (salivating) at Blackstrap BBQ’s wall menu; brisket sandwich for him, chili cheese fries for me ($8).

To say that these “snacks” were good would be an understatement. The chili was literally poutine AND the most divine beef-and-pulled-pork smashed together in a kitchen-grade steel container.

FYI, this is not a side; this is a meal.

As for the brisket ($10, beans $2), it was tender, juicy and thickly sliced. Big appetites should consider getting two or going for one of the BSBBQ super plates (half chicken? Nahh. Full chicken!).

Earlier this summer, I thought le Boucan had swept me off my feet. BSBBQ just raised the bar a touch higher. No doubt we’ll be back for the ultimate “LE GROS” ($39), an overflowing rack of everything the joint has to offer.

Until then, you’ll find me next to the fridge, doing some serious belly stretching exercises.Black Strap BBQ montreal food blogBlack Strap BBQ montreal food blog 1Black Strap BBQ montreal food blog 3 Black Strap BBQ montreal food blog 5 Black Strap BBQ montreal food blog 2 Black Strap BBQ montreal food blog 4 Black Strap BBQ montreal food blog 7

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4436 Rue Wellington, Verdun, Québec H4G 1W5
(514) 507-6772

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