Ed Mitchell is a good pit master, he makes good BBQ.... as far as being "legendary", I would hardly go that far... there are plenty of other places around the Raleigh area that make BBQ that is at least equal to that of Mr. Mitchell's.
The real problem with Mr. Mitchell's BBQ is not it's taste or quality, but it's price..... I have been to The Pit in Raleigh several times and have just been to EMQ and while I have no complaint with either the service or the food (both were fine, although nothing made them exemplary) I do take issue with the price charged at all of his restaurants. If enough folks are willing to pay inflated prices for Mr. Mitchell's BBQ, then I applaud him for being a savvy businessman and properly reading his clientele. But, if Mr. Mitchell should notice that his sales are sagging he should know that the quality of his establishments are not the problem, it is the price.
Are you sure that Onward Soldiers is going to be at Bynum Store on Friday? Bynum Store web site shows a different band,
Onward Soldiers web site makes no mention of this show.
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