PHOENIX, AZ — Being the grill enthusiast that I am, this piece is bringing another grill house to you! Frasher's combines traditional BBQ techniques with a southwestern twist. Having been honing their barbecue skills since 1999, they have been firing up their "Ole Hickory Smoker" for over 29 years. This is an authentic smokehouse using Arizona pecan wood to produce ribs, pulled pork, and Kansas City specialties, such as burnt ends, that are Memphis-style. The sauces at House BBQ are designed to complement the smoky meats. Begin with their signature Smoked Turkey Gumbo served with jalapeno cornbread and honey butter. Among Frasher's legendary sides are Baked Beans, Green-Chili Mac & Cheese, and Smoked Corn. Enjoy the luscious Gooey Butter Cake to end your meal! As the smell of their delicious barbeque wafts through the room, listening to blues and enjoying southern hospitality will surely bring back warm memories of home. Every rib at Frasher's Smokehouse is meant to create a relationship.
The restaurant also prides itself on the chefs in charge of preparing their delicious BBQs, one of whom is George Frasher himself. In 1999, Frasher opened Frasher's Steakhouse and Lounge in South Scottsdale. There was BBQ, steaks, seafood, pasta, sandwiches, and St. Louis specialties on the menu. Its specialty was Midwest hospitality, great food, drinks, and music in a casually elegant setting. Before closing in 2015, it was a popular hangout for locals, the hospitality industry, and celebrities. Just as he did for the former Frasher's Steakhouse, George is a hands-on operator and has developed all recipes for the new Smokehouse. With these recipes and a high standard of operations, the restaurant has won numerous awards and received great reviews, including all-star ratings and recognition from Arizona Republic, Thrillist, and Phoenix Magazine. During Superbowl LII, George served 2,000 guests as a guest chef at Guy Fieri's "Players Tailgate" in Minneapolis, MN, but also judged the Jack Daniels Invitational and Memphis in May BBQ festival.
Many guests also dub Frasher’s ribs are the best. So, if you’re interested in giving it a try, pay them a visit at 3222 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018.
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