Sunday, January 25, 2015

Crowd Sourced 'Cue

Max City brings you BBQ by the people, for the people


Looking to diversify your portfolio?

While less savvy investors have been e-mining for lost bitcoins, a bunch of meat-loving Angelenos put their money where their mouth is. Literally.
Now, after their Kickstarter campaign raised over $25k, popular ‘cue company Max City BBQ finally has a brick-and-mortar home opening next week in Eagle Rock.
Which means the five-star Yelp-rated smoked chicken, Southern-style brisket, and braised collard greens once only available to you at specially-catered events are now being served daily to early donors and newcomers alike.
So you don’t have to invest online or throw a party to get their slow smoked, sauce covered, and universally raved about ribs. But after tasting them, you still might want to.
Just make sure you also order the pulled pork. And the mac ‘n’ cheese. And the key lime pie. Basically everything on the menu. Share it with friends or keep it for yourself. Parties of one are still technically parties.
Just bring your wallet. Bitcoins are not accepted.

Max City BBQ
4729 Eagle Rock Blvd., Eagle Rock
(323) 420-7764

Price: 2 (out of 4)
Noise: 3 (out of 4)
Best Bet: BBQ brisket and key lime pie
Scene: Students, meat lovers, and proud donors
Parking: Designated parking lot
Nearby: Oikster; Auntie Em's Kitchen; Colombo's

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