Who owns the Dinosaur BBQ?

John Stage, the founder and owner of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, began his career in cooking out on the open road. In 1983, John and two partners started the business by cutting a 55 gallon drum in half to form a makeshift barbeque and hit the road—catering to motorcycle shows, fairs, and festivals up and down the east coast.

Where can I buy Dinosaur BBQ sauce?

Amazon.com : Dinosaur Bar-B-Que (Barbecue/BBQ) Sauce – Original Sensuous Slathering – 19 Oz. (Pack of 3) : Grocery & Gourmet Food.

When did Dinosaur BBQ open in Harlem?

Our Harlem restaurant opened its door in 2004, being the third Dinosaur to open and the first one located in the city. We are located just 20 minutes from time square.

When did Dinosaur BBQ open in Buffalo?

We’ve been slinging Dinosaur BBQ in Buffalo since February 2014.

Who makes Dinosaur BBQ sauce?

Direct from Syracuse’s very own Dinosaur BBQ – Gluten Free & All Natural.

Is Dinosaur BBQ sauce vegan?

The grilled portabella is doused with the Dinosaur’s Sensuous Slathering Sauce, the chain’s basic barbecue sauce that also happens to be vegan.

Is Rufus Teague a real person?

“Rufus Teague was not an actual person, (the concept) is a little something we came up with,” said founder John McCone. “(His portrait) is a couple of different pictures put together and modified.

Who owns Rufus Teague BBQ?

John McCone
The product currently comes with six bottles of Rufus Teague sauce. “While it’s meant for shindigs, nothing’s stopping you from making it a permanent fixture on your kitchen counter,” Thrillist wrote. John McCone is founder of Shawnee-based Rufus Teague.

Does Walmart sell Rufus Teague BBQ sauce?

Rufus Teague Bbq Sauce Touch O’Heat, 16 Oz – Walmart.com.

Where is Rufus Teague From?

Meet Rufus Teague: the major barbecue player you didn’t know was local. In February, Shawnee-based Rufus Teague branched out with two new barbecue sauces that are sugar-free, a first for the company.

Was Rufus Teague a real person?

On the right: John McCone, owner and creator of Rufus Teague BBQ sauce. Don’t know his racial identity, but apparently the “Rufus” portrait is not a real person.