The kids area was packed full of smiling faces. Inflatables and games fueled the fun. You could really get a sense of community here. A good family type event where there is fun for all.
Time to sample food! It was not cheap, so we had to be selective. Bruce and Nanette immediately bought Pork on a Stick from Yolanda's for $8 each. I wish I had bought one before the lines got long. That Pork on a Stick looked delicious!.
I had a hankering for ribs, so I went to Cynful Smokers and bought their 3 rib sampler for $8. I received a paper boat with 2 1/2 ribs in it. I'm thinking at this price, I want a full 3 ribs in my boat. I am kind of laughing to myself, "What a sin for Cynful Smokers to short me on ribs!"
Bruce and Nanette decided to get some ribs of their own from Rudy Blues BBQ. We then relaxed under a tent enjoying the shade. They chowed down on their saucy ribs, which they fully enjoyed.
While walking next to Bruce and Nanette, I started to eat the pork and my first bite just hit me. The flavor of smoke and seasoning was outstanding. I let Bruce and Nanette try a piece and they said let's go to Sugarfire! So we all walked back and the two ordered their share.
Centennial Park is the perfect venue. The music is just right. But my favorite part is the BBQ. I will be back again for more next year.