Carson’s BBQ Sauce
Since its founding nearly 40 years ago, Carson’s has been committed to the art of authentic slow-cooked barbecue. Known in Chicago as “The Place for Ribs,” Carson’s smokes their ribs in a natural hickory wood-burning pit. Their famous barbecue sauce, known simply as “Art in a Bottle,” is at the core of the restaurant’s legacy.
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Carson’s is a barbecue tradition that began in the River North neighborhood of Chicago in 1977. Owner Dean Carson comes from three generations of restaurateurs that have built a culture of appreciation for excellent food at affordable prices.
Since its founding nearly 40 years ago, Carson’s has maintained its commitment to the art of authentic slow-cooked barbecue—no boiling, no marinades, no rubs or tenderizers, and no liquid smoke. Known in Chicago as “The Place for Ribs,” Carson’s smokes their ribs in a natural hickory wood-burning pit.
Carson’s has a reputation for paying attention to the finer details of dining, especially when it comes to condiments. Their salad dressings are made from 70-year old family recipes and their award-winning coleslaw is renowned for its horseradish kick. But the star of the show is their signature barbecue sauce, known simply as “Art in a Bottle.”
Carson’s signature sauce is a delicious balance of molasses sweet and vinegar tang, making it a perfect complement to ribs, chicken, beef or pork. This remarkable sauce makes for a mouth-watering barbecue experience that you won’t soon forget.
*No need to refrigerate*
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