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Watch Campfire Make Super Sexy Barbecue in a Log Cabin

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With Eater's Barbecue Week drawing to a close, it feels appropriate to show you a bunch of pictures of some seriously outstanding 'cue. For that, Eater turned to the Campfire log cabin food truck, a member of the Best Damn Barbecue in Seattle map.

Husband-and-wife owners Stefan and Julie Giles have found a permanent home for their once-roving truck in Lower Queen Anne next to Citizen, which has agreed to allow Campfire customers to bring their barbecue to the patio or inside the restaurant.

Eater visited the popular truck on a busy Sunday afternoon to peek behind the scenes at the making of some of Seattle's best barbecue. The truck makes barbecued salmon only on Sundays, when they throw massive fillets on the smoker for some low-and-slow action alongside brisket, ribs, pulled pork, and even elk.

Look for Campfire to continue building out a permanent space at its current Lower Queen Anne spot, which will include plenty of seating and a fire pit for chillier days.

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Campfire BBQ

, Seattle, WA 98109

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