Pride and Joy Opens Today in Wynwood

Get ready for barbeque, beer, and bourbon, Wynwood. Pride and Joy, pit master Myron Mixon's honky tonk/barbeque restaurant, opens its doors today at 5 p.m.

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The restaurant, co-owned by Mixon along with partners Mike Saladino, Chris Mayer, Paul Thielecke, Jose Santa, and Pablo Cardenas, brings a plethora of meat direct from a giant smoker to the growing artistic neighborhood.

The menu is simple. A selection of meat, cooked low and slow, is offered

including St. Louis ribs ($12.95 half rack/$24.95 full rack); baby back

ribs ($13.95 half rack/$25.95 full rack); brisket ($12.95 half portion/$$23.95 full portion); pulled pork ($9.95 half portion/$16.95 full portion); barbecue chicken ($9.95 half/$16.95 full); and a sausage platter ($14.95). Traditional southern sides like collard greens, mac 'n' cheese, baked beans, and tater salad are available for $3.95 (small) and $6.95 (large).

The smoked

meats are also available in sandwiches and there are burgers, smoked

wings, and southern fried chicken -- all at prices that won't break the


Almost two dozen beers are available on tap ($5 to 9), as well

as an extensive bottled beer list ($5 and up), wines by the glass and a

good selection of bottles under $30. Pride and Joy is also offering

signature cocktails ($12). We're looking forward to a King's Drink, a

Crown Royal in a large glass with a splash of water (Mixon's go-to


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