Mo's Smokehouse BBQ

Saturday, 9 Jul 2005 | Food, Restaurants

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On Monday, we checked out of the Apple Farm Inn and stopped in downtown San Luis Obispo for lunch before heading home. I found a place called Mo's Smokehouse BBQ. It sounded like a good place for barbecue lovers like Toni and myself.

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We ordered a BBQ Sampler to share and started with Fried Green Tomatoes. We received a cute little pig wooden number for our table so the server could deliver our meal. Isn't he cute? The tomatoes were good, but not as good as the first time we tried this dish at Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington. The BBQ Sampler had barbecue babyback ribs, pulled pork, chicken, beans, potato salad and a corn bread muffin. The barbecued meats were all pretty good. We liked the pulled pork the best. The corn muffin was excellent and I was tempted to order more, but Toni talked me out of it. We also really liked the beans and potato salad.

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Overall, the food at Mo's was good, but it wasn't the best barbecue we've had. That's because we've had some excellent barbecue from San Antonio, Texas and various other places during our travels. The ribs were cooked nicely, but they didn't have quite enough of the smokiness that we love. Strangely, some of the best barbecue we've had was on a trip to Vancouver, Canada.

Mo's Smokehouse BBQ
970 Higuera Street
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 541-3663


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