How comfortable am I walking down alleys and looking for unmarked doors?
Very: Green Street
I prefer lighted streets in Lakeview: Q-BBQ
I like my meat smoked with:
Oak and cherry: Green Street
Hickory and apple: Q-BBQ
I need a place I can entertain:
Myself and a few close friends, in an efficient, quick-serve setup: Q-BBQ
Visiting guests who have heard about places like Au Cheval and Big Star, but since I’ve been to those places a million times, someplace that’s kind of a combination: Green Street
When it comes to sauces, I prefer:
Regional authenticity: Q-BBQ. They’ve got North Carolina vinegar, spicy Texas, and classic Kansas City style to slather on brisket, pulled pork and chicken, and brisket burnt ends.
Wacky names: Green Street. They’ve got the coffee-infused Brown Thunder and a spicy Leprechaun’s Tears for thick-cut pork belly, pulled pork, chicken legs, etc.
I like big sinks in the middle of restaurants because:
You can wash your hands in them: Q-BBQ
Grab a can of beer from them: Green Street
And the canned beer I drink semi-ironically is:
Hamm’s: Q-BBQ. $3 cans are the house favorite from the 20 or so beers available.
Coors: Green Street. $3 cans of it are available among a couple dozen beers, a hearty whiskey collection and cocktails like the Mezcal Sling.
Choose one: Cheez-Its or Fritos:
Cheez-Its, preferably crumbled on top of baked mac and cheese: Q-BBQ
Fritos, preferably served in their bag topped with chili: Yes, Green Street has Frito pie.
Okay, we’ll let you choose two.