Bender's BBQ Pit tramples hunger with locally gathered ingredients and a menu stacked with meaty affluence. Test the structural integrity of pillowy buns with a 6-inch brisket sandwich ($5.50), or sink mouth pearls into a trove of savory smoked chicken wings ($5.50). Classic southern sides ($1.25 each) such as coleslaw, baked beans, and corncobs shaped like Oklahoma's panhandle accompany heaping piles of pulled pork ($4.25) or rib tips ($5.50), and ribs ($8.95/half-rack; $17.50/full-rack) refuel diners after they’ve spent the day attempting to row a canoe with baguettes. Sweet confections chase belt-loosening chow downs in the form of homemade desserts, featuring weekly specials such as peach cobbler and cheesecake.
Cuisine Type: Barbecue and seafood fusion
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Brisket, ribs and bassa
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pro Tip: We encourage call-in orders, have a drive thru, and are open late
Tell us about your specialty, Fainted Ribs?
When time and temperature come together perfectly.The fiber of the meat can no longer hold. Then the meat collapse and faints.
Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?
The specially ordered jerk-flavor meals. Also checkout the burnt 'n' fries.
What's one fun fact about your business?
We love to cater to families.
Did you know that in the times of Genghis Khan, warriors cooked their dinner by flipping over their shields, putting whatever they had to eat in it, and then cooking via their shield? The cooks at Bd’s Mongolian Barbeque don’t do that. But! At Bd’s Mongolain Barbeque, they do cook the food in front of you, similar to the way some Japanese steakhouses do, and like an ancient Mongolian warrior, you get to pick what goes on the shield (just kidding, it’s a table) and pretty much build your meal while the expert chefs cook it for you while you and other diners surround them. In addition to good food, the idea is community and being involved. And, you can’t get much more involved than picking out your own ingredients! So, dress up in your favorite Mongol armor (again, kidding!) and give Bd’s Mongolian Barbeque a visit!
As the only restaurant in downtown Indianapolis with a large, wall-mounted grill strategically positioned near its entrance, Weber Grill glorifies the art of flame-licked cooking through a menu that appropriately features grilled pizzas, steaks, burgers, barbecue and fish. For the more health-conscious set, a variety of soups, salads and a simple side items are available as well. Wood paneling and dark-colored tables and chairs help create a warm environment at the Weber Grill, which is located at the corner of Washington Street and Illinois Street. When the weather is appropriate, street-side patio meals are an option, though the restaurant’s sectioned yet spacious interior allows for both intimate dining and large-group gatherings. Children’s menu items and gluten-free selections are also available.
For tasty, tantalizing ribs and barbecue on the northeast side of Indianapolis, visit Black Diamond Barbecue and Catering. They’ve perfected the art of slow-cooked ribs and brisket and today boast a reputation as the best barbecue place in town. Their delectable menu includes favorites like smoked turkey leg and pulled pork. They even offer a memorable list of homemade desserts to top off your delicious meal. Black Diamond also offers catering for large and small events, so if you’re planning a big family reunion or wedding reception, what better food choice than barbecue? Once your guests have tasted Black Diamond Barbecue, they’ll never want to leave. Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere, awesome service and the best barbecue in town.