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Eli's BBQ top three in the country

(Photo: Jann W/Yelp) (Photo: Jann W/Yelp)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A Cincinnati BBQ restaurant was ranked as one of the top 50 BBQ spots in the country.

Eli’s BBQ was ranked No. 3 on Business Insider’s list of the nation’s best barbecue restaurants.

The Business Insider magazine teamed up with Foursquare to compile the list.

Eli's BBQ has been praised for its food, backyard seating and BYOB policy, the Business Insider mentions. 

Foursquare users rave about the pulled pork sandwich and say you will be walking through these doors a lot. 

The ranking was based on Foursquare check-ins and reviews.

The only other regional restaurant was Columbus' RayRay's Hog Pit at No. 22. 

Click here to see the full list

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