It was a late lunch date for G and I one day at KT’s BBQ in Boulder. We must’ve just missed the lunch time rush as the place was fairly quiet.
Being that my dad is of Southern heritage, I’m pretty picky about my BBQ. I have to have the usual sides of either beans or ‘slaw with my pork sandwich. Secondly, the pork brisket has to be chopped or pulled. Sliced brisket is not an option for this girl.
We got our pork sandwiches, sides (we chose the zesty baked beans), and some sweet tea and headed outside to the restaurant’s nice little patio area outside. It was a nice fall day and it was perfect for chowin’ down on BBQ filed delights. At each table, they had three different sauces to choose from: hot, mustard, or sweet.
I really enjoyed the pork; it wasn’t too dry or greasy whatsoever. Both of which are huge thumbs up for me. I would’ve liked a thicker, more richer BBQ sauce and the baked beans were a bit on the spicy side for me but I still enjoyed them.
Overall, I’d say the star of the show here is the pork, which is what BBQ is all about in addition to the perfect bun on which it was served. BBQ sauce can always be improved or tweaked, good pork cannot.
The location is a little of the way, which is one of the many reasons I really like this little place. It’s not fancy BBQ and it really delivers the beef on an affordable lunch. You’ll see this girl back there again for sure to fill her belly.