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Best Pit Beef

Chaps Pit Beef

5801 Pulaski Highway, (410) 483-2379

Posted 9/19/2001

The proper pit-beef pit stop begins, as it must, with location--there on the right, on your way out of town, just after the big strip-club sign. Then the meat, carved to your specific preference on the scale from burnt to bloody. But never forget the ambiance. A trip to Chaps is a trip to an actual place: a more-or-less permanent, reasonably fly-proof structure by the roadside. It keeps the weather, the insects, and the traffic off you. There's room to unwrap your meal on the indoor picnic tables. Fast food doesn't have to be mediocre or harried.

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Other Awards for Best Pit Beef:

Maria Kaimakis' Pit Beef Cart, 9/16/2009

Pioneer Pit Beef, 9/17/2008

Chaps Pit Beef, 9/19/2007

Jerry D's Seafood, 9/20/2006

Bull on the Run, 9/21/2005

Chaps Pit Beef, 9/17/2003

Feb. 26, Approximately 3 p.m., 9/18/2002

Big Al's, 9/13/2000

All Awards for Chaps Pit Beef:

Best Pit Beef, 9/19/2007

Best Pit Beef, 9/17/2003

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