Waldo’s Barbecue Has A Historic Day with HEART Campaign
We are so excited to tell you all about our eleventh HWLT HEART campaign winner, Waldo’s Barbeque in Gilbert! Waldo’s has been happily serving its community since 1993. Before opening as an official restaurant, the owner, Clay Caldwell, simply had a passion for smoking meat. He shared his passion with friends, family, and employees on his pig farm. Realizing that his passion may be best served through a barbecue restaurant, Clay opened Waldo’s and has been cooking up delicious meat ever since.
When we told Clay and the staff of Waldo’s that they were our eleventh HWLT HEART campaign winner, they were ecstatic about the opportunity. So, when May 19th rolled around, they threw open their doors and got ready to take the avalanche of orders! The incredible employees at Waldo’s Barbeque worked tirelessly to keep the food rolling out and customers happy. The day was a smashing success, and we were thrilled to get the chance to try the famous barbecue. There is truly nothing else like it in Gilbert.
Thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination for Waldo’s and to every other restaurant that we have selected thus far. If you would like to help support your favorite Arizonan restaurant, then go to our HEART campaign page and fill out the nomination form. We all need a little support these days, and it is up to local communities to provide that support.
We hope you will all continue to visit Waldo’s, even if our campaign with them has ended. Their barbecue is truly out of this world and worth trying. If you can’t make it to the Gilbert location, maybe try stopping by the original restaurant in Mesa. Waldo’s is an Arizona institution and an important part of our state’s history. We hope you can keep showing them the love and support they deserve.
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