Barbecue Sauce

To sauce or not to sauce? In purist BBQ parlors of the Southwest, sauce is unwelcome, detracting from the soulful vibe of smoke and beef. In cities of the Midwest, sauce is essential, and it ranges from sweet to furiously spicy. The world of BBQ is replete with wildly different kinds of sauces, including mustard-based in South Carolina, vinegar-tangy in eastern North Carolina, and mayo-based white sauce in Alabama.

Restaurants With This Dish

Brisket and pork ribs at Franklin BBQ
Franklin’s BBQ

AUSTIN, TX

South Street Smokehouse

LAFAYETTE, IN

Carlile’s Barbecue

BIRMINGHAM, AL

Terry Black's BBQ brisket
Terry Black’s BBQ

AUSTIN, TX

Big W’s Roadside Bar-B-Q

WINGDALE, NY

Sconyer’s

AUGUSTA, GA

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