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Food & Fire BBQ Taphouse Opens

Beer and barbecue lovers have inundated a new restaurant in Johnson City.
Beer and barbecue lovers have inundated a new restaurant in Johnson City. Food & Fire Barbecue Taphouse opened in the old Christie's location on Harry L. Drive a couple weeks ago. And the turnout has been immense, with wait times stretching 45 minutes to an hour.

Food & Fire features slow-cooked authentic Southern-style brisket and pulled pork. It takes 12 to 14 hours to cook in a smoker, so get there early or the barbeque might run out. Owner Jeff Tiderencel says the taphouse side features 40 hand-selected craft beers on tap.

"We have porters, stouts, Irish doha stouts, we have wee heavy, Scotch ales. You name the beer, we have it on tap. And our bartenders and our managers are completely trained on taking you through the entire beer drinking experience," said Tiderencel.

Tiderencel and co-owners Jose Moriera and Dan Polhamus also opened up the dining area to make it less claustrophobic. Food & Fire is open seven days a week at 11 a.m., closing at midnight Sunday through Thursday and 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Tiderencel says check out its Facebook page for special promotions.
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