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Smokin’ Pete’s BBQ

Posted by Geeky Swedes on June 14th, 2008


Smokin’ Pete’s BBQ (BBQ)
SmokinPetesBBQ.com
1918 NW 65th St. (map)
(206) 783-0454

CitySearch.com: “Families sit at funky antique tables savoring the signature 14-hour smoked brisket, pork and chicken…”
The Stranger: “The pork ribs are meaty and succulent…”

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