Mr. Spriggs BBQ
Air Depot Road
Midwest City, OK
Reviewer's Comments: I lived in Oklahoma City for 4 years and never went to this
place. It always smelled good, but it is rather run down looking. It looks
like an old dry cleaners building. Many of my friends swore by the place, but I had
may favorite place and wasn't willing to change. That's what I get for being
stubborn! This place is da bomb! Great meat, full of flavor, spice and
smoke! I had the pork this day, and the beef later in the week. Was very
pleased with both. Their ribs looked very good, but I didnt have the chance to get
them. Sides were very good also. The kicker is the sauce! Comes in three
flavors, regular, hot, and 911. They also will mix them for you. There are
several signs thatt say "Not responsible for damages or injuries caused by 911
sauce!" I whimped out and went for the mix of hot and 911. It was
outstanding! The only down side was the service and atmosphere. This is a
great place to get great Q, but I reccomend getting it to go... This is one of the few
places I have eating at twice on a single business trip!!!
Reviewed By: Wyndell Ferguson ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) on 11/3/97.
John & Cooks Bar-B-Que
Reviewer's Comments: The meat had over a 1/4" smoke ring, but little smoke
flavor. Brisket was good, but some of the pork spare ribs were dry and salty.
The beans tasted and looked like good canned beans with some of Gaulden's mustard glaze
added to them. The slaw was good, while the sauce tasted like a salt-free rub with a
little vinegar added - it tended to overpower the meat. Reasonably priced (dinner
was $6.90 for two meats with two sides), but somewhat disappointing. Woody's was the
better joint in this town, though there are four other places in town that I haven't tried
Reviewed By: Wayne Scholtes ( email@example.com ) on 12/9/97.
Reviewer's Comments: The brisket was tender, juicy, and smokey with a good 1/2"
smoke ring. The pork spare ribs were equal to the brisket, but not _quite_ as
tender. I could easily hurt myself on a huge portion of those ribs, as they were
really tasty. Their sliced smoked pork loin was moist and smokey as well, but I
would stick to the brisket (the sliced, not the chopped in sauce - which was ok) and the
ribs over the pork loin. Dinner was $7.95 for two meats and two sides. The
sides menu was extensive. Sides tried and rating: curly fries 2; beans 2.5;
slaw 4; woody stix (sticks of an onion and jalapeno cornbread) 3.5. They also
sell any of their meat by the pound, but I don't remember the prices. I did think
the place was somewhat over-lit for real BBQ joint feel, but it was much tidier than John
& Cooks just up the road.
Reviewed By: Wayne Scholtes ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) on 12/11/97.
Oklahoma Joes BBQ
305 S Washington St.
Reviewer's Comments: This restaurant is run by the same people who manufacture
Oklahoma Joe's smokers. I believe they have a restaurant in Kansas City also.
The walls are completely covered by ribbons, plaques, and trophies from BBQ competitions
that they have won. This place is one the best BBQ places in the state of
Oklahoma. It is reasonably priced and located close to the University. They
also sell tons of BBQ equipment and supplies.
Reviewed By: Andrew Crabtree ( AC&KC@busprod.com ) on 1/10/98.
Mr. Spriggs "Real" Pit Barbeque
3609 N. May Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK
Comments: I dont give out 4's to often, but this place deserves one! When I lived in
OKC, I ate at the Spriggs on Air Depot pretty regular. If you look at my previous review,
you will see that I marked down the service and atmosphere, which kept the overall score
down. The newer location on May Ave. corrects all these problems, and the quality of the
food didnt suffer at all! The sauce is still great (I dont recomend the 911 except to the
chiliheads and fools)! This place is so good, I ate there 6 nights out of the 13 I was in
town! If you want quality Q in OKC, go to any of the Mr. Spriggs locations, you wont be
Reviewed By: Wyndell "Fergy" Ferguson ( email@example.com ) 9/08/98.
Head Country BBQ
Ponca City, OK
Reviewer's Comments: I had heard of Head Country BBQ sauce and when I went by Ponca
City I noticed the restaurant. The Ribs are out of this world. My wife thought the ribs
were the best she ever had. The have several awards around to prove they can cook BBQ. And
believe it or not on the Saturday we was there it was all you can eat brisket! I will be
making the 200 mile round trip again.
Reviewed By: David Carr (firstname.lastname@example.org
) on 5/26/99.
Name: odies smoked meats and bbq
Address: 201 north hiway 82
City: locust grove
User: odis butler
Time: 10:30:38 PM
my is odie my wife name is linda we are the owners of odies bbq we would like you to come by and try food. our pork spare ribs are rated very good by our customers. we use a dry rub and smoke with hickory wood no gas or electric. we also serve brisket,chicken ,pork, hot links ,polish ,ham and bologna.we have a good sauce. but don't need on the ribs.we think our rib's are the best in this part of the country.come give us a try. thank you for page
odies bbq odie butler
Name: Rosie's Rib Joint & Steak House
Address: 8125 E. 49th
User: Paula Henrickson
Time: 10:36:26 PM
Great place in Tulsa for BBQ, Steaks, Prime Rib Seafood and a 40 item salad bar. We had the prime rib and baby back ribs and they were great.
Name: COOTS BBQ AND MEAT MKT
Address: 3529 N. SHIELDS
Time: 11:18:16 PM
Wow! what a sandwich! I got a Famous Pork Steak Sandwich and a Foutian Drink and could hardly eat all of it. The sauce was very good.The meat Tender and well Smoked. This place is one of Oklahoma's Best kept secrets. A small mostly take out joint. Mom and Pop place
All the prices there were hard to beat.Under $5.00 for a huge pork sandwich ,drink and 2 sides
Name: Elmer's BBQ
Address: 4128 S Peoria Ave
Date: August 18, 2003
User: Rick F
Time: 8:04:46 AM
One of my favorites in Tulsa. This is definitely the place to go if you're visiting from out of town. They don't have just one sauce, they have three! It makes my mouth water to just think about it! It's been a staple of the BBQ scene for a long time. To really experience this place, get the "Badwich". It be bad! Be sure to ask for peppers, onions and pickles, too.