May 3 2016

Savannah Magazine: Smokin’ Hot BBQ

Guess who Savannah Magazine included in their list of “12 Smokin’ Hot BBQ Spots”?  We’ll give you a hint…it starts with “Wiley’s” and ends in “BBQ”.  We are thrilled to be included in this list of must visit BBQ spots from Beaufort to Brunswick.  Stop in and taste our smokin’ BBQ for yourself!


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Dec 16 2015

Barbecue Fan, SundayCooks.com of Brazil, Praises Savannah GA USA and Wiley’s BBQ!

SAVANNAH, Georgia USA — Wiley and Janet are so pleased to have hosted international traveler and writer Fred Marvila of Sundaycooks, Brazil! He loves Savannah and Wiley’s Championship BBQ!   We are happy to share snippets from his picture-packed, expansive article, Falling in love with Savannah.

Here is Senhor Marvila’s introduction. [Of course, some of the real magic of writing gets lost in a Google translation from Portugese to English. For that we apologize to Fred!]

“Savannah is one of those cities where you fall in love at first sight. Squares and nature everywhere; houses and buildings that seem to have stopped in time; that air of old that lets anyone nostalgic ; all contributed to the first capital of Georgia was considered one of the most beautiful cities in America by Condé Nast, The New York Times and other specialized media.”

Skipping to words about Wiley’s Championship BBQ, here in the preface!

“The place you can not let go when visiting Savannah is the Wiley ‘s Championship BBQ (4700 Highway 80 East Savannah, GA) . Wiley and his wife Janet are typical of the southern US barbecues since 1983 and I can say that without doubt was where I had one of the best barbecues today….”

Please, hurry back to see us for more barbecue ribs and pulled pork, Fred Marvila! [Yes, we will knowingly embarrass ourselves with this Portugese effort via Google Translate: Por favor, volte logo para nos ver para mais reforços do assado e carne de porco desfiada, Fred Marvila!]

Link to full article, excelente! → Apaixonando-se por Savannah | Translated: “Falling in love with Savannah” via SundayCooks.com