Smoke Signals

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Stop by this Park Manor spot on Friday or Saturday night to increase your chances of being personally served by owner Ali Lahiani, who perfected his 13-spice dry rub-coated dishes during more than 10 years of barbecue-based catering. Most diners take their rib tips and turkey legs to go, served in red-and-white cardboard containers, covered in wax paper and tucked into a brown bag. However, you can also grab a seat at one of the eatery’s wooden tables after choosing your bbq chicken, hotlinks or other item from the menu board. Homemade sides include beans and rice and coleslaw, and each meal comes with a free soda. Hankering to make your own meaty barbecue meal? Eighteen-ounce bottles of Lahiani's Smoke Signals bbq mild or hot sauce are also available to take home. But bring cash--Smoke Signals doesn't take credit cards.