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Clark County’s new(ish) barbecue hot spots are superbly saucy

BBQ Blessings and Creekside Barbecue opened during pandemic

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Half rack of ribs from Creekside Barbecue.
Half rack of ribs from Creekside Barbecue. (Rachel Pinsky) Photo Gallery

Football fans may clash when it comes to allegiance to their favorite teams, but everyone agrees that games and barbecue belong together. Portable charcoal grills filled with meat at a tailgate or smoke streaming from a Traeger in the backyard are necessary to celebrate or soothe, depending on how the game goes.

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