Restaurant Review: Bandanas Barbeque

Want to get wet? The Westgate Lakes Resort is 5 minutes from area attractions such as Wet N' Wild and Sea World. Wet N' Wild is full of water attractions such as slides, wave pools and the lazy river. It doesn't cost much to get into the park for the day and the entire family will love cooling off in one of the many water attractions that are offered onsite.

Preparing for the Superbowl is as easy as tuning in. Before the big game be sure to be in the know. You will be sure to be the hit of the party with your football knowledge and updates. If you did not get around to watching every Sunday pulled pork baguette Monday night football, there is a solution. NFL Sunday ticket allows you watch up to 14 games every Sunday, so you do not have to be limited by the networks selection. Even more you can track players performance to see how they have been doing in the regular season. If you are willing to bet on Superbowl Sunday, you can also see the scores, statistics and rankings of all of the teams. Be prepared to wow your friends with your knowledge of the Superbowl teams.

Now it's time for that low and slow rule. Before cooking your bbq pulled pork sandwich, you must first prepare your wood. Soak the wood chips in cold water for about fifteen minutes, and place them in an aluminum tray.

Cook's Notes- If you desire a spicier bbq, you can add diced green chilies or jalapenos to the slow cooker along with a dash or 2 of hot sauce. If you prefer a milder bbq, be sure to use a mild sauce and omit the pepper flakes.

Hula's is closing for some of the upcoming holiday season. The restaurant will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. However, it will be open on New Year's Eve serving its regular menu. Plus there are two drink specials that night slow cooker bbq pulled pork champagne and mimosas.

45 Tchoup is a low-key neighborhood bar, with friendly bartenders, a great jukebox, and free wi-fi. It looks a bit divey on the outside, but, some of the best spots in New Orleans all have that in common. Once indoors you'll be pleasantly surprised. Drinks are relatively inexpensive and there are multiple televisions for your sports viewing pleasure. If there's a Saints or Red Sox game, rest-assured, it will be on one of the big screens. No food is served, so dine before you drink or prepare for dinner in a bottle.

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If you love steaks, I recommend Morton's The Steakhouse. They offer prime generous portions of beef that are both tender and tasty. A little on the expensive side, but this isn't Denny's or Ihops steaks either. If you want the best, you have to shell out a bit more.

Come October 30-31 for a suprise Halloween weekend. Stick around till dusk for Haunted Hayrides through the spooky cornfields Saturday nights through Halloween at $10 for adults and $7 for kids under 12. The ride is reccomened for kids six and up.