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 rockabilly and blues music some nights and imaginative, changing side dishes such as candied bacon and empanadas with shiitake mushrooms. That’s all gravy, though, for the signature wood-roasted pork, beef and chicken.