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Stephen Thrift

Clyde Cooper’s Barbecue

$$$$
BBQ  in  Raleigh
Stephen Thrift

If you were planning to scan this guide just to find the word “barbecue,” we made it easy for you by putting Clyde Cooper’s first. When you want Carolina-style, vinegar-based pork barbecue, this Raleigh spot is where you should get it. It’s one of the oldest barbecue spots in the state (it opened in 1938) and both the slow-roasted pork shoulder and baby-back ribs can rival any other barbecue in the Triangle. They also make fried chicken and brisket, along with all the usual sides.

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