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Location: 22 Paris Road, Paris, ON
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(519) 442-3560
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Website: http://www.camp31.com
Cuisine: Barbecue  Southern  

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reviewed by Csaba,   visited on 2009-12-21 ,  overall
Cost Per Person $10  
Made the drive from Hamilton based on my brothers recommendation. It was Monday, $4/lb chicken wings. They were smoked wings with lots of sauce. Very good wings, they were not deep fried, therefore, no heavy greasy feeling afterward. Lots of flavors and most of them were very good tasting. Worth the drive.


reviewed by cord,   visited on 2006-09-06 ,  overall
I went with my husband a few weeks ago during the day in the middle of the week - of course it was dead, but I really liked the place. It seemed like it would be a great place to go on a Friday/Saturday night to have drinks and food. The pulled pork sandwich was amazing. I ordered the brisket sandwich to "try something different" and the minute it came to the table and I saw my husband's pulled pork I knew I made a mistake! Not to say the brisket was bad - it was good - I just really wanted the pork :) Aside from the ribfests the only other place we get BBQ is Phil's and Camp 31 was DEFINITELY worth the drive.

reviewed by Gourmando,   visited on 2006-09-02 ,  overall
Egad! Why have I not been to this place before? Went with two old friends last night and really enjoyed it. Thursday's special is 1/2 rack St. Louis ribs and 1/4 chicken, with baked beans and one side (coleslaw, fries, others, and my pick, sweet potato fries) for $16.99. The food was unbelievably good, and service was excellent. Another high point was my friend's pulled pork: sweet and succulent.

The next time I offer to take my wife to Paris for dinner, I imagine that she will get over her inevitable disappointment with the first bite!

reviewed by fickle,   visited on 2006-08-31 ,  overall
We make a point of stopping by whenever we head out that way. The cornbread is fantastic, a perfect accompaniment to the ribs and pulled pork combo. Yum! And if you're really in the mood for a drive, head down to Rochester or Syracuse next and try out Dinosaur BBQ...

reviewed by ryp,   visited on 2006-08-04 ,  overall
My husband and I often go there (well worth the 45 min drive). We love the ribs and pulled pork sandwich.

I have had better baked bean and sweet potato fries elsewhere, but that's not what I'm going for.

reviewed by TexSquared,   visited on 2005-12-09 ,  overall
I have been here and well worth the trip. If you've only had their stuff at the Ribfests you'll thoroughly enjoy it since they aren't crippled by Rotary's rules and pricing. Rotary supplies the ribbers with the side dishes which are of very poor quality (huge foodservice tubs), while at the restaurant they make everything from scratch using authentic Alabama recipes.

Wish they'd have opened in Toronto but I suspect the stupid pinko NIMBY's that plague the city would have protested the fumes from their smoker and had the place shut down :-)

reviewed by ty,   visited on 2005-06-16 ,  overall
I really enjoyed the smoky flavor of the southern style ribs. The sauce was very complimentary to the meat! It was a joyful journey back to my childhood days. The service was a bit slow but the food was worth the wait. Staff was very friendly and helpful.

A must if you are in the area.


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