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Some people enjoy Independence Day because it’s one of our most significant national holidays. Alonzo Fielding, a third generation BBQ master, will forever celebrate it as the birthday of Fielding Brothers BBQ. And, while the name implies it’s operated by several brothers, it’s actually a big family affair – a fact that isn’t lost on anyone who eats at the brick building off Laney Walker. Eating this food is more than just a necessity – it’s a transformative experience. If the smoker outside doesn’t clue you in as to what you’re about to experience, the smell sure will. And, if all that escapes you, you’re sure to see that this BBQ is a 100 year old family tradition as soon as you step inside and see the family photos adorning the wall. Smoking the meat outside yields an amazing flavor, but it’s also in line with the family’s love of feeding the community. Everybody from all around can smell when they’re cooking. Enjoy the homemade sauce slathered on ribs and wings, or head on in for fried fish on a Friday. Paired with southern staples, like mac & cheese, hash and beans, this is BBQ you’ll keep going back for again and again.