Red Hot & Blue Restaurants Go Hog-Wild For "Hogtoberfest"
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Red Hot & Blue Restaurants Go Hog-Wild For "Hogtoberfest"

October 8, 2014 // // Red Hot & Blue Restaurants is going hog-wild as they celebrate their very own "Hogtoberfest" starting on Wednesday, October 8th and continuing through Saturday, November 8th.

Hogtoberfest at Red Hot & Blue includes a wide variety of traditional menu item selections offering two entrées for $20 – with one appetizer selection to share. When you pair delicious traditional Memphis-style, slow, hickory-smoked barbecue with local craft beers – a restaurant ‘funfair" of hog-iantic proportions will ensue.

The Red Hot & Blue Hogtoberfest menu selections vary by location, but as an example, the Hogtoberfest menu in Leesburg, Virginia includes your choice of two entrées such as: Smoked Chicken Platter; Smoked Sausage Platter; Pulled Chicken Platter; Pulled Pork Platter or Fried Chicken Salad – and your choice of one appetizer to share: Onion Ring Loaf; Catfish Fingers or Sweet Potato Fries. In Texas, the Red Hot & Blue Hogtoberfest menu varies slightly – with your choice of appetizers from the following list: Onion Rings, Cheese Fries or Fried Pickles.

Participating Red Hot & Blue Locations:

Maryland: Annapolis; Gaithersburg; Laurel; Waldorf
New Jersey: Cherry Hill
North Carolina: Raleigh; Winston-Salem
Texas: Dallas; Flower Mound; Fort Worth; Irving/Las Colinas; North Richland Hills; Plano
Virginia: Arlington; Fairfax; Falls Church; Herndon; Kingstowne; Leesburg; Manassas; Warrenton

About Red Hot & Blue Restaurants, Incorporated

Red Hot and Blue Restaurants, Inc. was named in the top 3 "Best Barbecue Chains in America" according to The Daily Meal article originally published on March 5, 2014. Editor Dan Myers sifted through regional preferences to funnel the most popular chains in his list of 10 Best Barbecue chains in America. Criteria for selection was based on: "local renown, consistency of food across all the locations, adherence to traditional barbecue techniques like "low and slow" on-premise smoking, atmosphere and most importantly, if the food tastes good." The full article may found online at:

The original Red Hot & Blue Restaurant was founded in 1988 in Arlington, Virginia by a group of true Southerners (including three politicians from Tennessee) and a transplanted "Yankee" who could not find authentic slow-smoked Memphis-style barbeque to their liking in the Nation’s Capital. Since its start, Red Hot & Blue has grown into 23 locations in 6 states: Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia, The Red Hot & Blue mission is to "serve only the best quality authentic Memphis-style Barbeque in a fun, casual atmosphere surrounded by blues music and memorabilia." Red Hot & Blue’s premier catering services have been serving the Washington DC area for over 25 years at events from birthday, anniversary, baby showers or graduation gatherings, corporate meetings and presentations, retirement parties and family reunions to casual or formal weddings and large banquets. We can accommodate any type occasion from 20 to 10,000 attendees. The experienced Red Hot & Blue Catering Team will customize the menu to fit your party or event plans and budget. For more information, visit

SOURCE Red Hot & Blue Restaurant 


Randy McCann
Red Hot & Blue Restaurants, Inc.,
154 Charlois Boulevard
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 27103



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