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Byron's BBQ Cooks with Today in Alabama

If you are in Auburn and you want some good barbecue, you have to check out Byron's.

It's a family affair. Owner Glen Gullegde says he can hardly believe his luck. He loves the place, and he has no shortage of help from the family. He says his dad taught him everything he knows and he's at the grill cooking almost everyday. The longer you stand in the lobby, the larger the crowd gets. They tell WSFA 12 News you can catch Coach Tommy Tuberville in the restaurant most days for breakfast or lunch or both.
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