ARLnow is partnering with Taste of Arlington to preview some of the festival’s tastiest dishes this year.
Epic Smokehouse in Pentagon City will be bringing some mouth-watering barbecue ribs to the event, which is taking place starting at noon Sunday, on Wilson Blvd near Ballston Common Mall. (Tickets are still available online.)
We asked Epic’s Assistant General Manager, Chris Naylor, about it.
ARLnow: First, tell us about the dish you’re bringing. How is it prepared?
Naylor: Smoked BBQ Ribs with Applewine BBQ sauce and a pinch of slaw. We dry rub our ribs and smoke them for six hours, then char them on the grill and brush them with the BBQ sauce.
How does it taste?
They are meaty, smokey, tangy, and just a tad sweet.
Why did you select it? How does it reflect your restaurant overall?
Who doesn’t love ribs? They’re delicious. Our ribs are our take on BBQ, not typical — which is pretty much us in a nutshell.
What’s your favorite thing about participating in Taste of Arlington?
We love to see the crowd and their excitement about trying our food, and the bragging rights when our tent’s crowd is larger than most.
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