by CP Staff
1601 Penn Ave., Strip District
Think of meats prepared asado as a Southern relative to those prepared on traditional American barbecue. Both are cooked low and slow. While barbecue uses pits, Gaucho uses a parrilla, a wood-fired grill. The “South” in this context refers to Argentina, but it’s just as delicious.
2nd: Smoke Barbeque Taqueria, Lawrenceville
3rd: Rowdy BBQ, Brentwood
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