A first-place winner at the 2010 Stephen Starr-Gary Maddox BBQ Challenge, Big D's composes succulent barbecue symphonies over a wood smoker, lit by apple and cherry wood, in addition to spinning delectable disks of pizza, and more. The brisket sandwich, boasting beef that was smoked for 16 hours in honor of the number of hours William Henry Harrison served as an American president, combines homemade seasonings on a hearty kaiser role ($6.75), and the pulled-pork pizza fuses two culinary styles ($16). Those with a congenital aversion to carnivorous fare can load up their cuisine depositories with a flavorful mélange of mushrooms, green peppers, onions, and black olives that forms the large veggie pizza ($13.99). The culinary constructors at Big D's also build an 8-ounce burger edifice out of beef, cheese, bacon, and indefatigable spirit ($6.75).
Fat Jack's BBQ?s proprietor Glenn Gross has always been passionate about barbecue. Starting at the age of 11, Glenn manned the grill at family cookouts, fine-tuning his technique and flavors over the years. He eventually brushed aside career paths in dentistry and music to claim his favorite job title?pitmaster.
In order to develop the combination of meats, rubs, and sauces that Fat Jack?s uses to this day, in the early ?90s, Glenn traveled to the nation's barbecue meccas?Texas, the Carolinas, Kansas City, and Memphis. He learned how to create dishes such as Carolina pulled pork, St. Louis?style ribs, and Texas beef brisket. Now, his rich blends of spice rubs and notes of smoke have won him more than 200 national and local awards including being winner of Burger Brawl 2013 - Best Burger in Philly, 3rd overall Best Burger in the World Food Championships, and being featured on Destination America's BBQ Pitmasters.
In a city known for its cheesesteaks, it can be difficult to find a beef brisket smoked to Midwestern perfection. Enter Anastasio Botsaris, the chef and owner of Phoebe's Bar-B-Q. Botsaris and his pit crew call forth a wide array of Oklahoma-style barbecue meats from the fires of their kitchen. They stress simplicity above all else, letting their smoked rotisserie chickens and pulled-pork sandwiches speak for themselves. They don't skimp on the sides, either, which include candied yams and collard greens, which are best washed down with a tall pint of barbecue sauce.
Nine months after a single barbequed rib from the Deep South crossed the border for a romantic tryst with a lovely quesadilla, an Einstein-Rosen-Podolsky bridge opened beneath the result of their secret union, bearing it to Philadelphia. Visit the fated offspring of Mexican fare and Southern-style barbeque with today's Groupon to Q BBQ & Tequila in Old City: for $10, you'll get $25 worth of cuisine and tequilas.
Enjoy a perfectly cooked steak and a generous portion size at Chima Brazilian Steakhouse in Philadelphia. Put the diet on pause when you visit Chima Brazilian Steakhouse — there are no low-fat menu items. A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Chima Brazilian Steakhouse has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal. With its kid-friendly vibe, Chima Brazilian Steakhouse is a great spot for families to chow down. Have a big celebration coming up? Consider the private room at Chima Brazilian Steakhouse, perfect for large groups of revelers. You can tote your laptop here to take advantage of the free wifi.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Chima Brazilian Steakhouse offers catering.
Drivers heading toward Chima Brazilian Steakhouse's John F Kennedy Blvd residence will be pleased to know that this location offers valet parking.
A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more. All major credit cards are accepted.
At Baby Blues BBQ, they are showing their visitors what soulful BBQ is all about. In a cozy atmosphere with mismatched furniture and exposed brick, feel right at home digging into one of their authentic southern style dishes. Baby Blues BBQ is turning out BBQ that showcase their “hybrid” style that uses different barbecue techniques from Memphis, North Carolina and even New Orleans. Order and enjoy any one of their most popular mouth-watering dishes like the Memphis Ribs, Willie Brown burger or sliced brisket. Baby Blue BBQ is also serving up five of their very own sauces that pair perfectly with each dish. Their famous homemade style mac and cheese is a side dish you have to try. After the meal, stop by the bar where they have daily drink specials, a variety of beers along with their very own specialty cocktails. Join in on Happy Hour too, which happens Monday – Sunday from 5pm – 7pm. The late night fun of Reverse Happy Hour happens Monday – Sunday starting at 10pm and ending at Midnight.