The King of 'Cue 

Who's got the best barbecue sandwich in town? Glad you asked...

Some barbecue restaurants in Memphis are nationally known brands (Rendezvous, Corky's, Neely's), and some are the kind of authentic mom-and-pop shops that hipsters, writers, and barbecue connoisseurs like to wax romantic about (Payne's, Cozy Corner). The Bar-B-Q Shop, a comfortable Midtown restaurant…

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