In celebration of the official start of BBQ season, Chef Chris Ferrell from Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que joined us live with a few of their new menu items. Lucille’s is introducing the first-of-its kind St. Louis Rib Chop, a special cut that is part pork chop and part rib, with a bone handle. At Lucille’s, the rib chops are smoked for six hours at every restaurant and basted with their new apple butter barbecue sauce. The rib chop is available with a lunch special, dinner plate and dinner feast for two special. Lucille’s has also introduced a new mac 'n' cheese brisket melt sandwich made with mac 'n' cheese, smoked brisket, bacon, cheese, onion straws on grilled sourdough. Lucille’s has locations all over Southern California.
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