The following information was recently updated on January 13, 2022
Richie Lush’s Tennessee BBQ is a restaurant located in Kamas, Utah. The restaurant opened in the second half of 2021 and serves up some of the very bets BBQ in all of Utah. The following Lush’s BBQ menu is dated November 2021:
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Top quality BBQ
Rated 5 out of 5
June 17, 2022
We hit them up at lunch on a Friday, figured this would give us the best chance of fresh meats coming off the smoker. Was a great choice, really juicy brisket, great pulled pork and ribs. Chicken was ok, I’d probably skip that next time.
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