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Gates Bar-B-Q

Gates Bar-B-Q

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lat: 39.0689905 long: -94.5850698

Since 1946, Gates Bar-B-Q has been serving some of Kansas City’s favorite barbecue.  They’re famous for the burnt-ends sandwich (a hoagie with crispy burnt ends) and their house sauce (sweet, vinegary, and smoky).  Featuring signature sandwiches and perfectly-seasoned ribs, all served in a comfortable and welcoming environment, Gates is a quintessential part of Kansas City’s barbecue culture.  The original restaurant was founded by George and Arzelia Gates with chef Arthur Pinkard, who once cooked for Henry Perry, the founder of Kansas City barbecue.  With locations throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area, and sauces shipped around the world, it’s clear why Gates is consistently ranked among the top barbecue restaurants in Kansas City.

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