Sometimes you just want to get down and, um, "messy" with some good old barbecue.
Barbecue is seriously the best, and we've put together three spots you need to try ... pronto!here. Although barbecue may be the main event, Hill Country has a lot more than just food. They act as a music stage, hosting local musicians, as well as country artists on the road. For the calendar of performances, visit the website here. [caption id="attachment_6695" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of gilt.com[/caption] here. [caption id="attachment_6696" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of Groupon.com[/caption]
website or by following them on social media (@sloppymamas). You can order a pork, brisket, or chicken sandwiches for a very reasonable $10 and pair it with sides like cole slaw, baked beans, and cornbread. Sloppy Mama’s also serves their barbecue at Solly’s Pub in the Shaw neighborhood. You can enjoy smoked meat platters, sandwiches, homemade sauces, and much more, all while enjoying a stiff alcoholic beverage and the lively crowd that populates this bar. [caption id="attachment_6697" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Courtesy of washingtoncitypaper.com[/caption] Have you tried any of these barbecue spots? Which one is your favorite in Washington, D.C.? Let us know in the comments below!