Food truck fave, Low & Slow BBQ, are opening shop! The boys behind the truck will be taking their wheels off road and settling in to their new digs in Port Adelaide as a part of the Renew Adelaide urban renewal program.
Now these guys are no joke. Since they started cruising around in their truck selling smokey BBQ treats, they have served their deliciously meaty fare to the likes of Gotye and Fleetwood Mac ( we are super jealous). They have also won themselves a few awards. Sitting under their belt is the big one in the world of BBQ-ing – the National Creekside American BBQ Battle.
So who are these ‘boys’. Well, Angus and Angus (yep, go figure) are old high school buddies. After travelling to America in 2010 and experiencing all of the BBQ goodness over there, they had a dream to open an old school traditional American BBQ joint here in Adelaide. So, they started with a food truck… But now they can’t wait to get their brick and mortar concept up and running!
According to the boys their food is “stupid delicious” with menu items including smoked ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket, ‘slaw, mac ‘n’ cheese, potato salad, smokey beans and cornbread all making a phenomenally tasty appearance. ‘Merica indeed!
Lily Jacobs, the CEO of Renew Adelaide said, “With 13 creative businesses currently operating in Port Adelaide on Renew Adelaide’s property activation program, from contemporary art studio and gallery spaces to a retail cafe collective and more, we are really starting to see an eclectic creative culture and community form in this precinct.”
“We are incredibly excited to have the Low & Slow boys join in our mix and create an old school American BBQ house that not only serves up a unique food offering but creates a community around its day and night time trade.”
Well we must say, we are incredibly excited too. We will be hitting the VIP opening of this one (as if we would miss it) so keep your eye out on all things Glam Adelaide on Thursday 19 November. Don’t miss your chance to try this epic, meaty, American tastiness when the Low & Slow restaurant opens its doors to the public on November 23.