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Pork ribs from the Estes BarB’Que food truck. (Photos by Lena Price)

By Lena Price

RICHMOND, Va. ( – The scent of pulled pork and baby back ribs will soon be wafting out of a Jackson Ward storefront.

Joshua Estes, owner of the Estes BarB’Que food truck, is about a month away from launching a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 317 N. 2nd St. The eatery will have the same name as the mobile business, but Estes said he’s planning an expanded menu that incorporates more local ingredients.

“Our goal is to make barbecue as exquisite as any other food-based hobby, like wine or craft beer,” Estes said.

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