Qaryat al-Faw lies in a gap in the mountain called al-Faw, and at the time it was situated on an ancient trade route named Najran Al-Jarfa.
Its locals, dating back to the 4th century AD, belonged to the Kindah kingdom, and it is believed that al-Faw was the Kindite kingdom’s capital, as well as a point of trade and transit for traveling caravans carrying minerals, grains and textiles.
North Siders should be envious that the South Side lays claims to one of the best BBQ spots in all of Chicago.
Lem’s is a classic known far and wide by locals dating all the way back to 1954!
Hit up the South Loop for a BBQ restaurant that rivals the rest.
They’re so passionate about BBQ, they even wrote a manifesto!
Serving competition-approved dishes that are enhanced with house-made rubs, this place always strives to BBQ the best every time.
You’ll love the Bacon Cheddar Hush Puppies, Smoked Chicken, and Honey Butter Cornbread, paired with one of their many premium bourbons.
We’re lucky they believe Chicago to be a true BBQ town because we wouldn’t want them anywhere else.
Try a platter of brisket, pork, chicken, and Texas sausage for the full experience.Aside from the usual BBQ findings, they’ve also got some pretty drool-worthy appetizers.