Honky Tonk BBQ
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Honky Tonk BBQ information
Art-colored walls and a swell beer and wine list separate Honky Tonk from its Chicago barbecue brethren. It’s a fun atmosphere, with live country music some nights and imaginative, changing side dishes like candied bacon and empanadas with shiitake mushrooms. That’s all gravy, though, for the signature wood-roasted pork, beef and chicken.