Barbecue grill with a goal opens in Brandon

November 9, 2016 - bbq set


Times Correspondent

BRANDON — Mission BBQ, a Baltimore-born fast-casual BBQ grill that proudly serves those who serve, has selected Brandon as a 40th store plcae and is set to open Nov. 14 in front of Kane’s Furniture on State Road 60.

Purple Heart Marine and active internal glow warrior Chip Shields, a 1983 Beirut bombing survivor, will sing a inhabitant anthem during noon, something listened daily during any plcae via 11 states.

“Mission BBQ started as a integrate of best friends who share a adore for BBQ, and some-more importantly, a adore of a country,” pronounced Steve Newton, co-founder along with Bill Kraus who has dual sons in a military. “From one store on Sep 11, 2011, to a 40th store this month, and looking forward to 80 stores, a goal stays a same – to run a business with definition and purpose.”

The grill began for a adore of soldiers, firefighters, military officers, initial responders and desired ones in service. The food is a outcome of visiting grill establishments from Texas to Kansas City and a Carolinas to St. Louis to learn a secrets of good barbecue. Bill Leahy, a marketplace partner for Florida who has helped open 30 Mission BBQ restaurants, says a eatery leans a tad toward Texas by putting 9 salsas on a side.

Diners can try a brood of grill standards like pulled pork, Maggie’s Mac-N-Cheese, fries, brisket (get it with burnt ends) along with singular sodas or drink and wine. The nationalistic dining room overlooks an open kitchen and is filled with tributes to those who’ve done a nation good and donated by a people who warranted them.

“Every day we applaud these people,” Leahy said. “We are perplexing to do some good for some good people.”

On Veterans Day, a grill will horde a soothing opening fundraiser from 5-9 p.m. Leahy pronounced a deduction will go toward a locally-based Special Operations Warrior Foundation that donates income to account college educations and beyond. He pronounced 3 stores recently lifted some-more than $100,000 in 4 months.

To learn some-more about Mission BBQ, perspective a menu or arrange catering, revisit An insider tip is to go off menu and sequence a Tennessee Tower or a Tall Texas for a heaping portion of your favorite beef sandwich.

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