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Storrs Smokehouse's Gran’ Daddy plate—a bit of everything!
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Storrs Smokehouse, Newberg's newest eatery, is a must-stop for soaking up your next wine country buzz—and there aint a single white tablecloth in the joint.
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Chicken wings and a trio of sauces: a sweet and rich Texas-style glaze spiked with pinot noir, a spicy vinegar-based sauce, or an Asian-inspired blend with soy sauce, fish sauce, and chile.
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Storrs' 18-hour brisket
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Chalkboard menus shout the day's fare
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Pulled pork and brisket sandwiches
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St. Louis style ribs with housemade dill pickles
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An antique 1930s fridge loaded with grab-and-go beverages, from local wine and beer to real-sugar sodas.
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Pulling pork requires Wolverine-like claw contraptions
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Storrs' ice cream chest and bar
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Pitmaster Loal Stahlnecker
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