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Baby Blues Opening 4th Location – Philadelphia, PA

The Philadelphia City Paper is reporting that the Fischer brothers are at it again opening the fourth installment of their popular Baby Blues BBQ in the city of brotherly love.


Photo courtesy of Gourmet Pigs

Seems the Fischer’s are originally from Philadelphia and felt this was a perfect step towards the East Coast. An interesting tidbit from the article is that the “Fischer’s father founded the Gino’s Burgers, Rustler Steak House and Sportsters chains, the latter of which being where the siblings first learned how to make ribs)”.

I’ve been to the Venice location as well as the West Hollywood (I prefer the WH one as it’s larger and not as cramped feeling as Venice and it’s nice that it has a full bar as there’s nothing better than a great beer and BBQ). Haven’t been to the San Francisco spot, but here that it’s not as strong (BBQ-wise) as the other two Southern California spots.

Here are links to their three current locations:
Venice
West Hollywood
San Francisco

Check the new BBQ Joint here when it opens:

See the entire article here

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  1. Hey Kevin, I love your place in Venice, can’t waite for that mouth watering Baby Blues experience in Philly !!! Best of Luck, Marie Fitzpatrick

    Comment by Marie Fitzpatrick — September 29, 2010 @ 2:51 am

  2. A group of friends and myself were walking down Walnut Street on Friday night and could smell the lure of BBQ calling our names! We had to try it… and I must say, we loved everything about it. The design of the restaurant is really neat and we sat in the back room which is all windows and watch some baseball (Yanks… boo!) on the big screens. The pulled pork was like none I have ever had before. My friends all enjoyed their dishes too… Texas ribs and burger. The staff was extremely friendly too. We will be returning in the near future to watch some Phillies baseball this time!

    Comment by Paige — October 18, 2010 @ 2:24 am

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