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  • #352767

    Is Ray Ray’s open today / this week?

    #352768

    cyclist II
    Participant

    Had some Ray Ray’s at Holiday Hop. He was set up on the Ibiza lot. Had a hefty pulled pork sandwich. Good stuff, but then I realized that you can put BBQ sauce on anything and make it taste good, so I never get excited about these BBQ places.

    Anyone else feel this way?

    #352769
    Snarf
    Snarf
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    cyclist II wrote >>
    Had some Ray Ray’s at Holiday Hop. He was set up on the Ibiza lot. Had a hefty pulled pork sandwich. Good stuff, but then I realized that you can put BBQ sauce on anything and make it taste good, so I never get excited about these BBQ places.
    Anyone else feel this way?

    Kind of, yes. Cultural Blasphemy? Perhaps.

    #352770
    rus
    rus
    Participant

    cyclist II wrote >>
    Had some Ray Ray’s at Holiday Hop. He was set up on the Ibiza lot. Had a hefty pulled pork sandwich. Good stuff, but then I realized that you can put BBQ sauce on anything and make it taste good, so I never get excited about these BBQ places.
    Anyone else feel this way?

    The sauce can be overpowering if not done right, ya know? A dry rub doesn’t usually have that problem for me and plain old beef brisket, no sauce, can be a great thing.

    #352771

    cyclist II
    Participant

    rus wrote >>

    cyclist II wrote >>
    Had some Ray Ray’s at Holiday Hop. He was set up on the Ibiza lot. Had a hefty pulled pork sandwich. Good stuff, but then I realized that you can put BBQ sauce on anything and make it taste good, so I never get excited about these BBQ places.
    Anyone else feel this way?

    The sauce can be overpowering if not done right, ya know? A dry rub doesn’t usually have that problem for me and plain old beef brisket, no sauce, can be a great thing.

    I wasn’t thinking of dry rub BBQ. Wet BBQ.

    #352772
    rus
    rus
    Participant

    cyclist II wrote >>

    rus wrote >>

    cyclist II wrote >>
    Had some Ray Ray’s at Holiday Hop. He was set up on the Ibiza lot. Had a hefty pulled pork sandwich. Good stuff, but then I realized that you can put BBQ sauce on anything and make it taste good, so I never get excited about these BBQ places.
    Anyone else feel this way?

    The sauce can be overpowering if not done right, ya know? A dry rub doesn’t usually have that problem for me and plain old beef brisket, no sauce, can be a great thing.

    I wasn’t thinking of dry rub BBQ. Wet BBQ.

    Yep, exactly.

    #352773

    Iiiiiiissssss iiiiiiitttt oooooooopen todaaaaaaaay

    #352774

    lifeliberty
    Participant

    I’m not sure. i’m thinking it is open Wed-Sunday, but not 100%sure.

    #352775

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Ray Ray is on the Facebook

    Thurs – Sun:12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

    #352776

    lifeliberty
    Participant

    thanks. (I don’t FB)

    #352777

    cyclist II
    Participant

    eating a bbq bacon cheddar burger.

    #352778

    hivner1
    Member

    This is so salivating that I feel compelled to post this. (From their facebook page): “We will be making “the Hog” for the pork addict in you. A special one pound sandwich with our traditional pulled pork smothered with our house bbq sauce and topped with ham and bacon. This Saturday and Sunday.”

    Get your ‘Hog’ and then get your beer from my favorite beer guy, Patrick, across the street at Pace-Hi carryout.

    #352779

    Parker
    Participant

    He’s got a couple styles of BBQ to choose from and they are all good – and it’s real BBQ which is a change from a lot of what you get in Ohio: grilled meat. You got your Kansas City/ St. Louis sweet sauce, your southern (Texas) dry rub. Does anyone know if he does a Tennessee/Carolina vinegar base? Need to ask. If he can do that as well as the others… Mmm.. mmm.

    #352780
    murfmurphy
    murfmurphy
    Participant

    I went there for lunch on Saturday, and they had a Grilled Moonshine pork steak sandwich. I think they smoked the pork loin first, sliced off the pieces and then quickly grilled them as the orders came in. There was moonshine sauce that had a perfect amount of heat, and the rub on the outside was delicious. It was definitely in the top 5 of the best sandwiches I have ever had in my life, and could easily be #1. It was well worth standing in line, and hopefully I can get another chance to go back.

    #352781

    tolemac5050
    Participant

    Ray rays almost too popular these days…waited 2 hours in line Super Bowl Sunday, and waited in line about 30 to 40 minutes on Sunday February 19th. Glad he is busy…be prepared to wait in long lines..(worth the wait)

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