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Posted: Oct 16, 2018 12:38PM EDT

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Dr. BBQ The Restaurant opens in St. Pete

Along Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg, “Dr. BBQ The Restaurant” has arrived. The chef, Ray Lampe (also known as Dr. BBQ, which is fitting) said he is excited to share some of his favorite recipes with visitors. He has published cookbook

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