Clyde Cooper's BBQ ~ 109 East Davie Street Raleigh, NC
I snapped this picture of Clyde Cooper’s BBQ yesterday afternoon while walking along Davie Street in downtown Raleigh. Clyde’s is a Raleigh institution famous for their Carolina-style barbecue. They have been serving area residents with their slow cooked top lean pork shoulders and hams since 1938. While there are many great BBQ places in the Triangle, no BBQ tour is complete without a visit to Clyde’s. To view their full menu visit their website: http://clydecoopersbbq.com/
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Pit Master Ed Mitchell Checks on a Pig at last year's 'Cuefest!
The 3rd Annual ‘Cuegrass Festival is set to return to the Warehouse distric of downtown Raleigh on Saturday April 16th. All the action will take place along Davie street outside The Pitt BBQ with a jam-packed day full of great ‘cue, local brews and toe-tappin’ bluegrass music! The folks at The Pit will have the pig cookers fired up to serve plenty of their famous Eastern North Carolina-style barbecue and offer a selection of local brews.
Ed Show's The Musicians hot it's done ~ 'Cuefest 2010
Musical acts planned for this year’s event are American Aquarium, Yarn, Big Daddy Love, Tres Chicas, and The Thompson Brothers.
The crowd settles in for some great music ~ 'Cuefest 2010
Make sure you bring your lawn chairs and blankets for a day filled of relaxing with great food and music. Proceeds from the $5 gate donation go to North Carolina farmers via Animal Welfare Approved (AWA).