Re: [CR]Upcoming Cirque Delights

(Example: Framebuilding:Technology)

Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2008 13:39:54 -0500
From: "Wayne Bingham" <blkmktbks@gmail.com>
To: "Tom Sanders" <tesanders@comcast.net>
Subject: Re: [CR]Upcoming Cirque Delights
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Tom and all -

I've never been to Carolina Brothers, mostly because I prefer Texas or Memphis style BBQ over Carolina style. Ashburn is in the very developed Eastern part of Loudoun, and while you can ride there, the roads are, indeed, very congested. The Western part of Leesburg is much less developed.

As for other area BBQ, there are a couple good choices. Red, Hot & Blue is a local chain with about six or so locations around the region. There's a RH&B about a 5 minute walk from the hotel. It has a wide range of food, but their BBQ is pretty good and there's always blues playing through the sound system. There is another local BBQ legend called BZ's that used to be in Leesburg at a tiny little (yes, it's that small) place called Mighty Midget Kitchen. The MMK was recently sold, and the BBQ guy (BZ?) set up shop out near the Fairgrounds just West of Leesburg in a lean-to and tent, with picnic tables. Everything is cooked outdoors. The beauty of BZ's now is that it's about a quarter mile off the W&OD bike path, maybe a mile from the Fairgrounds, maybe 6 miles from the hotel. A couple of our plotted rides goes right past BZ's. Ride cue-sheets will be available beginning on Friday at the hotel. We'll also have a little map of the area around the hotel, showing all the "good-eats" close by.

Four short days left!

Wayne Bingham Lovettsville Virginia USA

On Sun, Jun 1, 2008 at 10:52 AM, Tom Sanders <tesanders@comcast.net> wrote:
> My own contribution shall be very small.bringing one bike ('72 chrome
> drillium Paramount and my collection of mostly pro level mostly vintage bike
> tools to sell, plus my usual Vendor's Booth), but I have just found
> something to make folks mouths water.
>
> 6.7 miles from the Best Western host hotel is one of those southern
> treasures. It is named Carolina Brothers Pit Bar-B-Que. It has placed 7th
> at the world BBQ Championships in Memphis, It also has won the National
> Title for Whole Hog and also Chicken, and placed 2nd Nationally for ribs.
>
> Don't know if this a set of roads lending itself to a ride there or not.
> Here is a link to them.
>
> http://www.carolinabrothers.com/
>
> I'll bet Wayne can point those of us who crave great 'Cue to other spots,
> too! I remember fondly the hours eating at Stamey's in Greensboro.perhaps a
> new tradition is about to be born.
>
> Might I suggest to those attending to use a map service and make some maps
> to Wayne's house and any other location you might be interested in
> (Airport?) before you leave. This is gonna be new territory to most of us.
> My own recollections of the traffic this close to D.C. is that it was

> ghastly!

>

> Tom Sanders

>

> Lansing, Mi USA