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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is Bringing Back Its Most Requested Menu Item for the First Time in 15 Years

Posted By on Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 12:00 PM

The final week of Bill Miller Bar-B-Q's Stranger Things Have Happened promotion is here, and we're lowkey sad. We've had fun throwing it back with treats like the cherry cobbler, fruit salad and the pickle spears that accompanied the turkey sandwich on a wheat bun.

And while we're excited that season two of Netflix's Stranger Things (which inspired the promotion) is debuting tomorrow, that means the last menu item from ~The Upside Down~ is making a return.

The good news is that a lot of people are going to be excited to hear that Bill Miller Bar-B-Q will be bringing back its CHOCOLATE PIE! The delicious dessert hasn't been on the menu for more than 15 years!

“I couldn’t be more excited for both the release of Season 2 and the release of our most requested item, our chocolate pie,” said the director of quality assurance via press release. “This definitely makes us think that we could bring back some other fan favorites in 2018.”

The highly anticipated return only for one day, beginning at 9 am, and until supplies last. Which we're guessing won't be long since BMBBQ fans have been crying (basically) for the return of chocolate pie since the promotion was first announced at the start of the month.

@BillMillerBBQ, come through with all these treats year round. Please and thank you!

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