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Where is the Best Place for Barbecue?

Let us know your favorite place for barbecue in the comments below.

Pass the Tabasco sauce. It’s time for barbecue on the Food Fight.

From New Baltimore to Trenton—and many places in between—we know there are many hot spots for barbecue. This week on the Food Fight, a new column on Patch that searches for the best places to eat in the area, we want to know where your picks for the best place for barbecue are in southeastern Michigan.

Each week, we want your suggestions on the best restaurants, diners and cafes for , barbecue, and more. We want your vote and your opinions for the best entrees in the area.

This week we want to know: Who has the best barbecue in southeastern Michigan?

You can let us know by leaving a comment below. You may submit comments until 5 p.m. Tuesday.

From there, we will take the top three nominees and post in an article first thing Wednesday morning. Then it will be time to vote again to decide the Food Fight champion.

Voting will continue until Friday at 5 p.m. Then, on Saturday morning, we will announce the winner.

So show your hometown pride and pick a place near you. Boast about that small family restaurant or other great eatery in your neighborhood.

If you are pulling for a certain restaurant, share this column on your personal Facebook page and Twitter feed and ask your followers to vote.

This column is all about you—your ideas, your feedback and your voice—so we hope you will chime in and check back.

So, without further ado, lets get the voting started. Patch readers, tell us by commenting below, where is the BEST place to get barbecue in southeastern Michigan.

Cass Pawlowski December 14, 2011 at 03:23 AM
I had Lazy Bones in Lakeland, FL and they were scrumptious. If the Grossbeck location is as good, then they are one of the best...
Tim M December 15, 2011 at 11:20 PM
Lazybones all the way!!!
Tammi Ulinski December 16, 2011 at 04:42 PM
The Engine House in Mt. Clemens, owned by 4 retired Firefighters, and man, they have those ribs down pat. I guess all those BBQ's at the firehouse when they were Fire Fighters really paid off for them!
Mike December 17, 2011 at 04:04 PM
I agree with Daniela and Cass. Boneyard! It's always a tough call with Ribs. If you're a "Fall off the Bone" fan, you'll have a different different favorite place in mind. For me, one of my life's disappointments was when Boneyard closed their M-59 location.
Kurt Doelle August 22, 2012 at 02:15 PM
Union Woodshop in Clarkston is by far the best-Slows is solid and Bad Brad is weak at times with ribs undersmoked and less than spicy sauces. Woodshop is truly worth the trek-Best regards

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