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A favorite of native son Bill Clinton, fifth-generation family establishment McClard's Barbecue in Hot Springs is best-known for smoky pork ribs and butts and a thin, tangy sauce. The Ribs and Fries plate consists of a half rack under a pile of potatoes — pull-apart, well smoked ribs that pair well with those handcut fries. The restaurant's famed tamales make a good addition; unlike their Arkansas Delta counterparts, these are filled with beef and pork and steamed in paper rather than corn husks.
The owners of this smokehouse blazed new trails in Carolina barbecue by ditching the classic vinegar sauce and serving pork ribs with a fruity glaze instead. The ribs are seasoned with salt and pepper before being smoked, then finished with a blueberry chipotle glaze that adds sweet and spicy notes. Their creamy peanut butter pie with a crunchy pretzel crust is life-changing for Hannah Hart.