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2008/09/07 02:10:01 (permalink)

Montgomery Inn/ Cincinnati - BBQ? [pics]

Here is a pictorial for the curious.

Montgomery Inn is not BBQ in the sense that the meat is smoked. It is meat covered in BBQ sauce.

Montgomery Inn Boathouse {not the original location in Montgomery, OH} is located on the Ohio River. Great Views.

The inside of the restaurant is full of sports memorabilia.

It's cozy, when it's not packed {which it usually is}~

They give you a great bread basket, including some great salted rye~

On to the food. This is a combo plate of ribs, a pork chop, baked potato & onion straws~

Beef Brisket {smothered in MI BBQ sauce}, mac & cheese, & cornbread.

A wider view {with broccoli}~

The sides are great. The pork chop was pretty darn good. The BBQ sauce on the ribs & brisket cover up the lack of flavor {because it's boiled meat}.

But if you come to Cincinnati, you must come to the MI Boathouse for the views~

~ {and some guy cleaning the riverside} ~

And, Montgomery Inn also serves steak and seafood for those who do not wish to partake in boiled meat covered in an interesting BBQ sauce {secret ingredient ~ anchovies!!}. They also serve Saratoga chips with a side of the interesting BBQ sauce {sorry, no pics}.

It's not all bad. Just not smoked BBQ. Uniquely Cincinnati.

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