Firefly's Makes National List of BBQ Restaurants

National Geographic has rated Firefly's in Marlborough among the best BBQ in the country.

Firefly's in Marlborough was the only New England restaurant to land in Intelligent Travel's 10 Best BBQ Joints in America.

The list features the best from around the country in what the article describes as America's food. It should come as no surprise to those who have been, but Memphis snags the top spot with Corky's.

Marlborough's own Firefly's Restaurant makes the list at number nine, being noted for their sauces and sweet tea.

What do you think of the barbeque at Firefly's? Do you think it should rate higher? Have you been to any of the other restaurants on the list? We want to hear about it in the comments.

Karianne S. February 19, 2013 at 11:48 AM
Firefly's food is okay I'm suprised it made the list honestly. I love Texas bbq on RT 20 in Northboro! Now that's some good BBQ food!
Damon Michaels February 19, 2013 at 04:10 PM
Really? They made it onto such a list? It's really not that good, and I can think of 3 places in Tulsa (Oklahoma) that are far superior.
bill rupert February 20, 2013 at 01:58 PM
try the pig-n-whistle in millington tn,... true memphis bbq set in a 100 yr old... country store building. great bbq and atmosphere to match
Scott Wadland February 28, 2013 at 07:45 PM
I have not been to any of the others on the list, but in this area Firefly's has the best BBQ, hands down. Others may rave about Red Bones or Blue Ribbon, but I think their meat is mediocre and their sauces are awful. Meanwhile, Firefly's has won national BBQ competition awards for their sauces - trust me, I was there when it happened!


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