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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2009/09/22 12:30:59 (permalink)
A few pics of my mobile rig. The trailer was purchased in July of 2008 from Wells Cargo. I received it with an empty porch, did the porch enclosure myself (the company does not offer a screened in option)
 
I built all the cooking equipment in late 2000 with the help of a few friends. I'm a professional BBQ guy now, but I am also a professional machine builder by trade.
 

 

 

 

 

 
My old flat bed trailer with a little better pic of the equipment:
 

 

 
My Stumps SW 3x5 modded with grills and canopies:
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2009/09/28 09:21:49 (permalink)
Great Looking Rig and your food picks are awesome also. Good job.
Jack PS since someone deleted most of my previously posted food pictures here they are.
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
post edited by Dr of BBQ - 2010/12/12 13:21:16
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2009/10/07 09:45:55 (permalink)
I'm newly join this, all picture are very nice. I will come here very soon.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2009/10/10 17:43:08 (permalink)
Doc and Fla. BBQ,  those are incredible looking pieces of equipment!  Any chance I could borrow them to impress my neighbors for my next cookout?  You should post where you hang out so we could patronize you wherever you operate.  Very impressive.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2009/10/10 17:48:02 (permalink)
FLA BBQ,  Saw your website on your banner in the pic. I'll look you up in you up when in the area.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2010/02/16 00:32:36 (permalink)
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2010/06/04 20:12:05 (permalink)
C:\Documents and Settings\gerald lee\My Documents\My Pictures\Downloaded Albums\aida.antinarelli\Concession Cart\DSCN1665.JPG
 
oops dont work i guess i'll search
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2010/06/04 20:28:46 (permalink)
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2010/06/13 17:36:02 (permalink)
Buck,
Very nice looking trailer, you'll do great.
Good Luck
Jack
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2010/08/23 11:01:21 (permalink)
Dr of BBQ

My new Charcoal Grill it's an all Stainless Steel unit and is 37 inches wide, sitting on a trailer with a detachable tongue. It is a head turner and the food sales from this unit are great becuase people walk up at events to look at it and buy what ever were cooking on it.












that is a beautiful grill, I've never seen anything like it ... a friend of would love that
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/02/04 01:22:21 (permalink)
Bangalore has its own stand when it comes to serving- epicure cuisine, calm cafes, and trendy pubs. What this also means is a selection of which displays the kind of dining environment usually typical of European countries, Britain and America.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/02/04 08:56:28 (permalink)
Dr of BBQ that is an incredible kettle grill and the food pix are awesome also!
Thanks to all for sharing the great photos!
Cheers,
G
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/03/11 04:19:40 (permalink)
Wow….Really great collection of images…I really enjoyed this thread while watching these images.From long time I am also looking for restaurant for sale by owner at cool location.
 
post edited by angelanthony - 2011/03/11 04:24:14
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/03/23 00:52:22 (permalink)
the barbeque barn
 


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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/05/03 10:02:46 (permalink)
Looks like you got a lot of room in thier Buck but it small when it's buzy I know that.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/05/27 00:51:43 (permalink)
Awesome picture you have shown here. My Brother's dreams is to open this type of restaurant. He need a help from you Can you please gave him some tips through this thread, How to start this type of restaurant. Actually my business is restaurant for sale by owner and I want to gave this type of restaurant as a gift to my brother. Thanks.

post edited by aaronramsey17 - 2011/05/27 00:54:49
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/06/24 09:22:02 (permalink)
Barbeque barn

the barbeque barn


haha that is awesome!
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/10/09 15:07:38 (permalink)
 
post edited by Southernsmoke - 2011/10/09 15:11:28
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/10/09 18:05:29 (permalink)
nice rig southern smoke.. any pics of the inside? where did you get your bottom plate for the bigger propane tanks ? make em?
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2011/10/10 11:36:17 (permalink)
Thanks, I will post some interior pics. Yes I made the plate, welded on two circular rings to keep the bottles in place, a threaded rod and a slotted crossbar to hold it down.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2012/02/28 03:47:26 (permalink)
Daily Operations (Large concessions trailer) Downtown Eugene, OR

 
Festivals (on one of my handbuilt carts)

 
Festivals (as temporary restaurant)

 
Outside of a local music venue (with smallest handbuilt cart: Sputnik)

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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/22 13:51:03 (permalink)
This was my hot dog cart back in 2008
 

 

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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/22 21:28:58 (permalink)
Blakkmoon....  I love it!
 
Have you sent a picture of it to Weber?  Fantastic use of their grill.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/23 02:04:57 (permalink)
Not a weber
It's a BRINKMANN
I think wally world still sells them, though not the same quality as back then.
It's a fantastic grill.
36 inches wide.
Heavy gauge stainless.
5 separate burners ALL CAST IRON....  not today's fake stainless garbage.
CAST IRON grills.
It weighed in at 300 pounds.
And it only cost $300.
I sold my carts, but the new owners still have the same unit on there.
I also bought one for the back yard and it's still in operation.
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/23 02:13:31 (permalink)
This is what I picked up this year
 

 
and the other side
 

 
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/23 02:14:40 (permalink)
And these are some of the new designs I am working on
 

 
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/23 02:15:32 (permalink)
And a few more design ideas
 

 
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/23 11:30:32 (permalink)
Blakkmoon
Not a weber
It's a BRINKMANN
I think wally world still sells them, though not the same quality as back then.
It's a fantastic grill.
36 inches wide.
Heavy gauge stainless.
5 separate burners ALL CAST IRON....  not today's fake stainless garbage.
CAST IRON grills.
It weighed in at 300 pounds.
And it only cost $300.
I sold my carts, but the new owners still have the same unit on there.
I also bought one for the back yard and it's still in operation.




Really!  That Brinkman looks like the Weber Summit of maybe 10 years ago.  $300 vs. $1300!  Good deal!
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Re:Restaurant Pro Picture Thread 2015/11/25 10:54:04 (permalink)
WOW that Weber is NICE!
if they are in the 1300 range in the USA.... you could double that for Canada
 
Even the cheepo tiny units are outrageous
https :// www. homedepot .ca /en/home/p.spirit-e-210-26500-btu-2-burner-propane-gas-barbecue.1000751978.html
 
https :// www. homedepot. ca/en/home/p.ranch-kettle-charcoal-grill.1000689162.html
 
AAAANNNNDDDD  here is the Summit
 https :// www. homedepot. ca/en/home/p.summit-s-670-gas-grill-propane-barbecue.1000689151.html
 
 
 
post edited by Blakkmoon - 2015/11/25 10:55:07
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