Part II contains several interesting spots, including Geno’s BarB-Q, a restaurant built in a tiny, adorable little house that’s filled with antiques and the smell of smoky meats. Owned by Gene and Betty Washington, it has been open 16 years but only opens its doors on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The story will be sent out in my Dining with Denise newsletter this afternoon and will be published in the Go! section in Friday’s paper.
You also can re-read Part I if you so desire.