Born of Smoke In Kansas City, where barbecue is a way of life, it is understood that smoke has mystical properties. Smoke has the power to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. It can transform the least desirable cuts of meat into the most delectable. It can even transform a neighborhood corner gas station into one of the most popular restaurants on the planet. HOURS: Monday-Thursday: 11:00 a.m.- 9:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday: 11:00 a.m.- 10:00 p.m.
3002 West 47th Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas 66103
The Granary is a restaurant and brewery that celebrates barbecue and beer. At lunch we serve traditional market style barbecue, while our dinner service presents a progressive, seasonally-driven menu, all enhanced with house craft brews. We pride ourselves in running a from-scratch kitchen and procuring high quality, responsibly-sourced animals and seasonal produce.
602 Avenue A San Antonio, TX 78215
John Rivers never set out to create the most successful BBQ chain in Florida. He’s not a classically trained chef or graduate of culinary school. It was in Texas that he found the two loves of his life: his wife and the delicate art of brisket. And it’s been those very two godsends that inspired 4 Rivers as we know it. John spent 20 years in the healthcare industry before retiring as president of a billion-dollar company. During that time, he had the opportunity to travel the country, honing his taste and talent for brisket perfection. As he soaked up the flavors and practices of ‘cue fare countrywide, John’s dream of de-regionalizing BBQ was born.
400 S ORANGE AVE ORLANDO FL 32801
Named 1 of the Best New BBQ Joints in America by Thrillist Barbecue Fri-Sun 11am-2pm (or sold out) 1700 E. Cesar Chavez Austin, TX (512) 412-5588
1700 E. Cesar Chavez Austin, TX
Hometown Bar-B-Que opened in Red Hook, Brooklyn, in September 2013. We specialize in authentic, pit-smoked meats prepared with the classic Southern technique of smoking and incorporating a variety of flavor profiles that represent our local communities. Hometown also serves up a wide selection of traditional sides and desserts. Our two bars feature craft beers, a large range of American whiskeys, seasonal cocktails and Red Hook wines. In classic Bar-B-Que style, we offer walk-up service to our counter on a first-come, first-served basis—until we sell out of that day’s specially cooked offerings. We make the wait enjoyable—chat with fellow diners, order drinks from the bar and hear great live music on weekend nights.
454 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
In 1929 P.M Pace bought the land where Herman’s stands today. He built a house, raised livestock and farmed the land. In 1941 he sold a one-acre tract and buildings to Rolla H. Fitch who opened the first restaurant on the site, the Royal Oaks Tavern. On New Years Day 1964, a Fayetteville native named Herman Tuck opened what we know today as Herman’s Ribhouse. The menu had nine choices on it, “Rack O’Ribs, Plate O’Ribs, BBQ Chicken, a large T-bone and five sandwiches. A large aquarium adorned the room and the bare walls quickly filled up with pictures of Herman’s Fans. In the years of 1990, Herman Tuck retired. Herman brought in long time family friends Bruce and P.J. Barnes to keep the business going with “his kind of” tradition. Bruce took the nine item menu further by adding Filets, Babyback ribs, and Shrimp remoulade. In 2000 Bruce and P.J left Herman’s to start their own restaurant. Therefore, in July 2000, Hermans sold the restaurant to Benny Spears and Shelby Rogers who brought the tradition of Herman’s into the 21st century with new equipment and an outdoor deck. In 2013 Shelby Rogers sold the restaurant to long time employees […]
2901 n.College Ave, Fayetteville, Ar