Hot spot BBQ, which is defined as a restaurant with three or more tables, is an outdoor barbecue joint that features a hot pit, a grill and a seating area that seats about 200 people.
It has become a popular option in many hot spot bars and restaurants.
The American Barbecue Association says the hot spot is a more upscale alternative to a traditional barbecue joint.
The Association has an online Hot Spot Restaurant Directory that lists more than 2,000 hot spot restaurants in the United States.
Hot spot restaurants often have a different menu than typical barbecue joints.
The most popular options include pork ribs, smoked brisket, pulled pork, pulled chicken, brisket brisket and smoked bacon.
Some hot spot joints have barbecue sauce, sausage, sides and sides of fries.
Some places also have live music.
The Association’s website says that hot spot dining is becoming more popular in the U.S. because of the rise of online ordering and the availability of smartphone ordering.
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