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Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2013 12:00 pm

Yeah Baby’s opens on Brooklyn Street

A new restaurant in Morrisville offers year-round barbeque.

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1 comment:

  • Newton posted at 12:34 pm on Fri, Oct 25, 2013.

    Newton Posts: 1

    First of all... I recommend you go and check it out. I visited this place yesterday and had the brisket sandwich with the maple barbecue. I'd rate the barbecue and brisket an 8 out of ten. I'm picky about details but I had no issues with the taste and texture of the meat.

    The hoagie type bun they served it on was wet and soggy on the bottom. (Not from barbecue) but it was tasty enough to make me want to go back and try the ribs and pulled pork.

    The buttermilk coleslaw I had was fresh and rough cut (which I like) but needed more body and flavor. I watched the server dish it up from a deep plastic tub. Perhaps all the deliciousness had drained to the bottom and it should have been tossed first.

    There are some execution issues that new restaurants often have. (Napkins way too flimsy for barbecue) (Fries undercooked). I asked for extra barbecue sauce and was brought a container that equaled a teaspoon full or less.

    Go visit! A restaurant like this is clearly worth fostering.

     
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