BBQ Restaurants in Flint

$34.50 for $50 Worth of Barbecue and Southern Food at Meat Southern BBQ & Carnivore Cuisine

Meat Southern BBQ & Carnivore Cuisine

Old Town

Brisket, hot links, ribs, and other meats smoked for up to 18 hours and served with made-from-scratch sides and sauces

$50 $34.50

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Barbecue or Diner Food for Lunch or Barbecue for Dinner at Saline Downtown Diner (Up to 48% Off)

Saline Downtown Diner


Diner serves slow-smoked and slow-cooked barbecue meals alongside Upper Peninsula–style pasties and traditional diner food

$15 $8

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Meal for One or Two at Parks Old Style Bar-B-Q (Up to 41% Off)

Parks Old Style Bar-B-Q


Barbecue joint offers ribs, chicken, and wings with classic sides such as macaroni and cheese, coleslaw, and beans, as well as dessert

$24.19 $15

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Food and Drinks at Redline BBQ Smokehouse & Catering (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Redline BBQ Smokehouse & Catering

Battle Creek

Chefs craft savory barbecue dishes in their own smoker

$40 $25

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Fireball Meal for Two or $12 for $20 Worth of American Food at Jed's BBQ and Brew

Jed's BBQ and Brew

Holland Sylvania

Try one of the signature Fireballs—1 pound of breaded boneless chicken chunks—or sample any one of the shop’s barbecue or American dishes

$20 $12

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Barbecue Meal for Two, Sample Platter for Four, or 100 Smoked Wings at Deet's BBQ (Up to 53% Off)

Deet's BBQ


Barbecue joint offers food such as pulled pork and barbecue chicken sandwiches, slow-smoked wings, and sides like potato salad and pickles

$17 $12

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The Rib Rack's extensive barbecue menu of hand-held meaty eats will quell carnivorous cravings for any winged, finned, or hoofed beast or vegetable. Opt for a half-rack of its fall-off-the-bone baby-back ribs ($10.95), a 12-piece bucket of chicken ($18.95), or one of its signature ribs and chicken combos like Mark's family style #4, with four pieces of chicken, a half-rack of ribs, and a choice of side ($19.95, serves two to three). Aquaphiles will enjoy the 10-piece shrimp dinner ($8.95) served with choice of potato side and a roll, or the fish 'n' chips ($7.95), while sandwich fans can nosh on a bread-enclosed handful of pulled pork ($4.95) or a blazin' chicken sandwich ($4.95). The Rib Rack's savory side selections feature classic southern specialties such as mac 'n' cheese ($1.95) and collard greens ($2.45), and are sure to evoke memories of childhood picnics or romantic Fourth of July fleeting glances and barbecue-laced first kisses.

5304 Dixie Hwy

Every day, the team at Kensington Grill fires up the smoker at 5 a.m., ensuring that by the time diners arrive, they've cooked the meat slow and low. Mopped with secret-recipe sauces and served with housemade sides, barbecue is at the center of the menu, from St. Louis?style ribs to Texas-style beef brisket and the 800 miles of snacks in between. Diners can pair burgers, sandwiches, and barbecue with a variety of ice-cold beers, choosing from 14 drafts or more than 20 types of locally made beers in bottles.

30712 Lyon Center Dr
New Hudson,

The chefs at Chic-N-Ribs by Miles roast, broast, and barbecue all manner of bird and beef in homemade batters and sauces. Get on the chef’s good side by ordering the house specialty, a half broasted chicken lightly dusted with batter and cooked under high pressure to seal in scrumptious juices and expunge unsavory grease ($7.99). Rotisserie ribs sail onto salvers cloaked in homemade sauce ($9.95+) alongside jumbo shrimp dinners ($14.95) plucked from Poseidon’s windowsill. Sandwiches include the rolled pork shoulder, which trundles up to tables on homemade garlic bread with an entourage of coleslaw and fresh-cut Idaho potatoes ($5.99).

27847 Orchard Lake Rd
Farmington Hills,

The grilling gurus at Ginopolis pile platters with smoky barbecue standards and specialties including racks of ribs and southern-style sandwiches. Cincinnati’s world-renowned Montgomery Inn barbecue ribs, basted with Rib’s King sauce, constitute the menu’s main event because of the tender, tangy tastiness and show-stopping fire-baton routine. Ribs arrive in half slab ($18.99) or full slab ($24.99) variations accompanied by sides ranging from creamy coleslaw to smashed sweet potatoes. The eatery’s selection of sandwiches includes the pulled-chicken sandwich, in which farm-raised chicken, cheddar cheese, and spicy onion straws nestle on artisan brioche or texas toast ($8.99). Meals end on a happy note thanks to the distribution of tuning forks and desserts such as warm bread pudding soaked in whiskey ($4.99).

27815 Middlebelt Rd
Farmington Hills,

The Ferndale eatery features a large menu of authentic Cajun fare sure to evoke memories of dancing your way through the Marigny on steamy summer nights in 2002, the summer of steam that continued into the night. Start with an order of alligator sausage ($8.95) sautéed with veggies in white wine, or imitate dignified Bayou brunches by summoning the crawfish boil ($6.95) to your table and diving into the pound of boiled mudbugs hands first. Traditional po' boys, such as the fried or blackened catfish ($7.95) or the Andouille-crusted oyster po' boy ($8.95), served over southern slaw and accompanied by house-made chips, will satisfy the sandwichly inclined. Jazzy diners can improvise a syncopated serenade to the red beans and rice with Andouille sausage ($10.95) or the jambalaya ($11.95).

22848 Woodward Ave

The Detroit News featured Alexander the Great. Five Yahoo! Locals give it a 3.5-star average and 77% of Urbanspooners like it.

34733 Warren Rd