The mesquite-smoked brisket and pork are among the best in the city.
The mashed potato salad is flecked with pickle relish, and the "chili
beans" are loaded with meat and spices. But it's the warm atmosphere
that makes Pierson & Company unique. You seldom run into barbecue men
as talkative as Clarence Pierson. It's easy to stick your head in the
window of his little kitchen and strike up a conversation while he
slices your meat. Order some extra to take home.
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It's been a busy week to be in the restaurant business, especially if you're in Montrose. When Latina Cafe closed a few months ago, not many tears were shed over the loss of the little Cuban restaurant -- I liked it just fine, but i...
UPDATE: J.C. Reid reports from Twitter: "Talked to Clarence Pierson. Still recuperating from 2x knee replacements. He vows to be back! Hopefully after holidays." Our phone breath must smell bad, but we're just glad that Reid spoke t...
Wednesday, August 27, 2008 at 4 a.m. by Robb Walsh
When I asked about the barbecued pork at Pierson & Company, the new barbecue joint on T.C. Jester in Acres Homes near the ruins of William's Smokehouse, owner and pit boss Clarence Pierson reached inside a stainless steel warmer and...
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