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Let the steaks stopover at room temperature while you prepare a grill for medium-high heat: For a gas grill, spread the drained wood chips in the smoker box and close it; alternatively, spread the wood chips in the parry pan. Place the smoke box or foil
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But the restaurateurs behind Wildwood Smokehouse & Saloon are stepping in to answer it. "We're most interested in bringing barbecue back to the north side of Iowa City," said Doug Knepp, who will serve as general manager at Pop's "Old and New" Bar-B-Q. Knepp and owners In rut Lee, Joe Burnett and Kevin Grimm — who also own Wildwood — hope to open no later than the end of April at the former home of The Pit, 130 S. Dubuque St. The counter-service restaurant will have a quintessence selection of... "We want to keep things fresh, keep people excited to try new things," he said. Knepp has been collaborating with Lee and the other owners about the cuisine. "We're doing old barbecue and we're doing new barbecue," Lee said of Knepp's menu. Lee said Pop's will use the common recipes and flavors that have been developed at Wildwood. "We're doing it old school," he said. Knepp said he wants to continue expanding the barbecue options and keep the menu newfangled. "We'd rather be a favorite restaurant than a favorite item," Knepp said. The menu hasn't been finalized, but Knepp said diners can expect old favorites such as beef brisket, pulled pork and smoked turkey alongside rustic choices such as pork belly and a Cuban sandwich. Sides will encompass Knepp's award-winning French fries and fried Brussels sprouts, of which Lee has become a fan. "I don't even like Brussels sprouts, but the sandwiches he makes and the appetizers he makes with them, he's virtually converted me," Lee said. Knepp's experience — including stints working at Atlas World Grill in Iowa City and Zombie Burger + Drink Lab and Django in Des Moines — as kind-heartedly as studying at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N. Y. , make him uniquely qualified to... "I grew up culinarily in the Iowa Metropolis market," Knepp said. Knepp said Pop's has partnered with Amana's Millstream Brewing Co. and will carry its beers exclusively. "The beers will change clumsily with the menu and seasonally as they release things," he said. Diners can look forward to a special Pop's-specific brew that Millstream will distribute only at the restaurant, Knepp said. Lee said they're also in view of an outdoor dining area next year. The men behind Pop's signed a five-year lease with landlord The Wesley Foundation with an option to renew for five years. Knepp said Pop's will involve 10 to 12 people. "I'd like to get as many full-time, passionate people in here as possible to put out a good product," he said. The beams and bricks that Pit owners Duncan Augur and Tim Fischer installed when they converted the former gas station and auto repair space into a restaurant will remain. "It's a nice friendly atmosphere with a good vibe to it and that all-encompassing Southern barbecue fondle where everything goes together," Knepp said. Lee agreed and pointed to the space's character and history: "Other than a gas station, it has to be a barbecue place.
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