If you haven’t noticed, delicious and tender American BBQ is having a moment. Well actually, it’s been having this moment for decades in the deep south of the US, but only in the last couple years have we Adelaidians been able to experience the chewy, falling off the bone goodness in our own backyard.
In an amazing turn of events, local food truck legends Low & Slow are giving their wheels a well deserved break and setting up shop in the heart of Port Adelaide. With the help of Renew Adelaide, Angus, Angus and Jim have turned a vacant space in the Port into a bloody brilliant, Texas inspired brick and mortar restaurant, in a mere eight weeks.
Last night’s launch party for media, family and friends gave a small taste of what’s to come, and quite frankly, it left us feeling like setting up camp under the lighthouse for easy access to juicy BBQ.
Treated to all your Low & Slow favourites, including pulled pork and slaw sliders and succulent, sticky pork ribs, washed down with a drop from Renew Adelaide pals Vale brewing and Scott & La Prova Wines, to say this writer left a very happy and full camper would be an understatement. We have no doubt that these guys will have a solid line of regular customers around the block, drawn to the homely and hipster digs by the scent of sweet and smoky goodness.
Keep your eyes peeled and knife and fork at the ready; the magic that is Low & Slow will be open for business next week. Get keen.
Where: 17 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide.
Weekdays, 11am – 9pm
Fridays, 11am – late
Saturdays, 12pm – late
Sundays, 9am – 8pm
Check out Low & Slow on Facebook for more info.
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