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The congregation of Barbecue Church in Harnett County built their first manse more than two centuries after Presbyterian Scots founded the church. The storied past of the church includes Revolutionary war anecdotes and a host of colorful pastors, many of whom preached in Gaelic during the church's earlier years.
Lexington calls itself the “Barbecue Capital of North Carolina,” due to the number of barbecue restaurants in town, the annual barbecue festival, and the Bar B-Q Center restaurant. The Bar-B-Q Center, which opened in 1955, is one of the best-known barbecue joints in the country.