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Are you kidding?. The owner/server whatever needs to stay off the pipe. WAY too hyped, sarcastic, and freakin' out. I mean, if you too busy hire a kid to help. Too stressful and for no real reasons. Why bother. There are plenty of other laces to eat that might actually appreciate your business.
Best BBQ ever! Catering too. I have been to Ro Ro BBQ many times, formerly the Rowdy Cowgirl, I have to say this BBQ is out of this world. The Brisket is the best I have ever had, the quality of meat is lean and the rub used was delicious. The ribs are super tender and fall off the bone tasty. I manage a company and went in to speak the owner who set up for a catering job for our Christmas party. Every one loved the food and we are very health aware as well. I personally seen the meat used and it was free range chicken and grass fed beef of the highest quality. My co workers were thrilled with the lunch all the way down to the amazing succotach. They make their own sauce in house and have a few differnt varieties. I would be here every day for the fries and specials to the ribs and pulled pork . The new owner is friendly and it is nice to see an owner who works side by side with his employees. 5 Stars for Ro Ro's Keep up the good work.
false advertising leaves a bad taste in your mouth.
Ro Ro BBQ, formerly known as Rowdy Cowgirl BBQ has built up a lot of its customer base under false pretenses.They claim to use grass-fed, hormone-free beef and pork; when using some of the cheapest meat around. They switched to cheap beef and pork under the new ownership, but didn't want to lose the following of committed health conscience consumers that came there for the hormone free meat. If looking for animal friendly products, go elsewhere. This stuff comes from a slaughterhouse.
Bottom line: Ro Ro = No No
Pulled Pork. Great use of the Valpak coupon. My roommate and I rode our bikes over for bbq and beer this evening. Food was great. I had a pulled pork sandwich, with vegetarian beans and coleslaw. The pulled pork and beans were sweet and the pepper-covered slaw had a slight tang. Fall hours open until 10 are not in effect yet, so make sure you get there before 8.
BEST BBQ I've had in Seattle. My husband, son and I ate there last Friday for the first time. Our neighbor recommended it. It was EXCELLENT. The best BBQ I've had in Seattle. I'm from Texas. so I've had a ton of BBQ. Rowdy Cowgirl isn't Texas-style, but it's great. Between me, my husband and our son we had the trifecta: pulled pork, beef brisket and spare ribs. I tasted and loved them all. The ribs are the spiciest and are terrific. Tender but lean. The pulled pork is the best, sweet and tender. The beef was also tender (notice the pattern), and yet still flavorful. We also love Pecos Pit, but RC is our new favorite.
Lame attempt, go elsewhere.
We waited and waited even though we were the only ones there.
Watched the cook pull the ribs out of the MICROWAVE!. They were dry and chewy like you would expect nuked ribs.
The bill was steep, pretty pricey for what you get.
Great BBQ, fun, friendly service.
My wife and I were hungry on a cold, rainy Friday night and quick tour through City Search turned up Rowdy Cowgirls. We both had the pulled pork sandwich which was excellent (moist, a little bit of kick, plenty of meat), cole slaw and beans. Fresh food served quickly by staff who obviously enjoyed what they were doing. Our only surprise was that more people weren't there.
We'll be back again and again to the Cowgirls.
Value flavor and oh yeah meat. A tasty sandwich and two homemade side dishes for $7.95? Hell yeah. Add a $2.25 Pabst tallboy and a view of the hot waitress and I'm in pig heaven. Three blocks from my house and a screamin deal. The pulled pork is piled high on the white bun and has a ton a flavor. I'm used to the man over in Bellevue, where you have to dodge the motor oil from the place next door, so Rowdy Cowgirl seems a little tooclean. But who cares, it tastes right and you can't beat the price.
Rowdy For President!. So here's the thing, while it's doing absolutely NOTHING for my figure, I go to the Rowdy Cowgirl probably two or three times a week. By Sunday evening I am absolutely CRAVING the potato salad (studded with onions and capers and creamy goodness)! I normally have the brisket sandwich and I have them put coleslaw on top of it (yummy) with a side of potato salad and a side of succotash (roasted corn and edamame oh lordy it's good) topped off with an orange soda (what can I say, I'm a kid at heart). The staff is awesome and I think the restaraunt itself is adorable. It is warm and inviting and clean. I totally reccommend this place! Rowdy for prez!
Go for the pulled pork. Being from Georgia I'm always looking for decent smoked meats. I would smoke them myself like at home if I didn't live in an apartment. But Rowdy Cowgirl is a good substitute. The pulled pork is terrific - smoky and a little spicy (they have super-hot sauces too), and tender. It's seriously smoked goodness. The buns are as close to wonder bread (my preferred shovel for the meat) as you'll get around here. Haven't tried the other meats but I will once I get my fill of the pig.
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