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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q Hasn't Sold This Menu Item in 16 Years — And It'll Be Available Friday

Posted By on Thu, Oct 19, 2017 at 12:00 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA FACEBOOK, BILL MILLER BAR-B-Q
Week three of Bill Miller Bar-B-Q's Stranger Things Have Happened promotion is here, and the barbecue chain is throwing it way back this time around. Like 16 years way back.

While plenty of Facebook users have cried for pickle spears and chocolate pie (@BMBBQ, y'all better come through for week four), the restaurant has decided to go with an entree item this week.



First we got to savor cherry cobbler, then fruit salad, and now — the turkey sandwich on a wheat bun. The combo will cost you $5.77, or you can just get the sandwich for $2.90, though you have to add on tax.

"We also have a a very big surprise for next week,” said assistant controller Kimber Moore.

We're personally rooting for that chocolate pie on October 27 (nothing is confirmed). How good would life be binging the second season of Stranger Things with a slice of that chocolate pie? Or a whole one, because do you remember how tasty it was?

As always, the promotional item is available beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday. But you might want to head over to your closest BMBBQ as soon as you can since most of the items sell out by lunchtime.

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