It would be hard to think of a food that has a greater history in the United States than barbecue. Good barbecue can be found across the country, but there are a few states that have a special claim to the craft of good barbecue. One of the first to come to mind is Texas. Texas BBQ has been around for years, and it continues to be one of the most tasty and popular styles of barbecue. That being said, just because a place says they have great Texas BBQ, does not make it true. They have to have mastered the art of smoking meat and making sauce, among many other things. For those in Colorado, Bennett’s Bar B Que is, by far, the best Texas BBQ restaurant.
The two biggest factors in BBQ tend to be the sauce and the meat, and, at Bennett’s both of these have been truly perfected. When it comes to the sauce, all the best BBQ establishments sell their own bottled sauces, and Bennett’s is certainly no exception. All three of their specialty BBQ sauces are available in bottles, and you can purchase them at any of their restaurant locations. Their sauces can be classified, as sweet, mild, and hot, and which one is your favorite is largely based on your preferences on those flavors. Their signature mild sauce, the Bennett’s Original 1985 BBQ Sauce, is a perfect balance, for those who want a delicious BBQ sauce that is neither too sweet nor too spicy. It is the original, and it has remained consistently popular, since the restaurant opened. Of course, some people do want a little bit of intensity, in the form of spiciness, in their BBQ sauce. There is nothing wrong with that, which is why they offer the Bennett’s Colorado Kickin’ Sauce. It is flavored with fresh jalepenos, and it is sure to pack a punch. The third and final signature sauce is the Bennett’s Sweet Surrender Sauce. Flavored with brown sugar, this sauce is a surefire favorite, for anyone with a bit of a sweet tooth, when it comes to their barbecue.
Sauce is a must, but without the meat, what would a great barbecue restaurant be? Unlike some other BBQ restaurants, Bennett’s slow smokes their meats, for hours on end. When they are finally done smoking them, the are so tender and smoky that you have to taste it to truly understand. Their menu features all the classic barbecue meats, such as pork, beef, chicken, and sausage, and they are available in all sorts of dishes. For instance, if you are gluten intolerant, you can order one of their gluten free-items. Luckily, unlike some places, their gluten free menu items are basically the same as their other items, only they do not feature wheat products. The only difference, usually, is a baked potato instead of a bun. You will not even remember that you are eating a gluten free meal, as it will almost suspiciously delicious. What other barbecue restaurants can offer that?