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Munch Madness - Chiavetta's BBQ vs. Red Pepper

We have the first round of the Sponge Candy division locked in. Bocce, Brennan's, Cantina Loco, and Charlie the Butcher punch thier ticket for the second round. Up next is Chiavetta's vs. Red Pepper.


The first matchup of the Horseradish bracket pits Chiavetta's BBQ vs. Red Pepper.

Chiavetta's BBQ

Ever been to a fund raising event in Buffalo? Then bets are that you had Chiavetta's BBQ then. I am a big Chiavetta's chicken marinator at my home. The vinegar tange makes chicken taste awesome. Chiavetta's now has a take out location in Pendleton.

From the website.

Chiavetta's has been a Western New York tradition for over 50 years. Known for quality and taste, Chiavetta's Chicken Barbeques are a mainstay of many of our area's charity and fundraising events. Our Food Service and Catering Services are a popular choice for weddings, reunions, picnics and functions of every type.

Red Pepper - Did not find a website. Here is link to menu Menu

Red Pepper is located at 3910 Maple Road across from the Boulevard Mall. In my oppinion the best Chinesse food in WNY. Here is a recent Yelp! reveiw

My little sister loves Chinese food, to the point where we never eat anything besides it. After a long afternoon we were starving and luckily next to a Chinese and Thai restaurant that I have heard so much about.

We decided to give it a shot, and luckily just in time for the lunch specials. When you first sit down you are greeted very warmly. They give you a complimentary tea kettle and fried wontons with dipping sauces. The experience could have ended here and I would have been ecstatic...but it continued.

I ordered the Chicken and Broccoli (my go to) and it was by far on of the best dishes I've had. My sister ordered the Sesame chicken and the one thing I really enjoyed was it's the same chicken used for the non fried chicken dishes, lightly battered and friend (taste like actual chicken).

It is served as a family style and the prices were incredibly reasonable, around $6.50 each! This may be our new go to spot, excellent in all aspects

I was unable to find much from Red Pepper.