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Portland’s barbecued meat scene grows more diverse with the addition of Wilson County Barbecue. With a menu of pork, chicken, and seafood prepared using North Carolina-style techniques and sauces, this West Bayside barbecue joint occupies the refurbished Portland Public Works building, joining nearby Bayside Bowl and Coals. Traditional Southern sides like hushpuppies, pimento cheese, and buttermilk biscuits round out the experience.SEE ARTICLE
Wilson County puts the bar in barbecue
I don’t know about you, but I don’t expect a barbecue place to have a specialty cocktail menu. When it does, however, and the first “specialty cocktail” listed is “Maker’s Mark, splash of water,” I immediately feel right at home.SEE ARTICLE
HAVE YOU HAD PORTLAND’S NEWEST CAROLINA BBQ?
Near Bayside Bowl, Wilson County Barbecue in Portland has barbecue southern style. Opened about a year, Wilson County Barbecue has pit-smoked, whole hog barbecue done the old-fashioned way. It's run by native North Carolinian Spencer Brantley and he uses recipes that have been handed down generations. Yes, the Brantley clan is from Wilson County, North Carolina.SEE ARTICLE