BBQ Restaurants in Limerick

Select Local Merchants

Great BBQ. Come see for yourself. Free Beer and Wine. Kids eat Free Monday and wednesday nights. Great location, just off route 1 between 476 and 202. Lots of Homemade stufff

138 Glen Mills Rd
Glen Mills,
PA
US

Locally owned and operated.

1347 Wilmington Pike
West Chester,
PA
USA

For more than 30 years, the team at Woody’s Bar B Q has been perfecting its methods for slow-roasted meats to cook melt-in-your-mouth ribs, brisket, and other specialty barbecue recipes. From the signature full rack of baby back ribs—slow cooked in Woody’s secret marinade recipe—to tender, slow-smoked north carolina pork, savory meats take center stage at the casual, family-friendly eateries. Woody’s Bar B Q was initially founded in Jacksonville, Florida, and now can be found in several states—like Ben Franklin’s progeny.

832 W Street Rd
Warminster,
PA
US

While most of us are still getting ready in the morning, Hall of Flame BBQ's grill masters have already began slow-smoking dry-rubbed portions of pulled pork and beef brisket. That’s because each meat takes 12 hours to smoke before it’s basted with from-scratch barbecue sauces. Diners can pair their meaty mains with classic from-scratch sides, such as mashed potatoes crowned with white pepper gravy and coleslaw.

Though the eatery’s cooks consider barbecue a kind of comfort food, they aren’t afraid to experiment. Hall of Flame’s signature bacon-wrapped beef frank, for instance, arrives topped with pulled pork, slaw, and cheese sauce. And each order of deep-fried wings comes tossed in your choice of 30 sauces, from Death by Garlic to black cherry habanero.

515 Lancaster Ave
Reading,
PA
US

The Montgomery News and the Best of Food both featured Rosey's BBQ. Yelpers give it a three-star average, and 100% of Urbanspooners like it. Nearly 520 Facebookers are fans.

505 Old York Rd
Jenkintown,
PA
US

The Railroad House's corner bar appeal and faithful airing of favored sporting events helped it earn the honor of being named best neighborhood bar in 2009 by Berks County Living magazine. Their 8 oz. Black Angus burgers beg for customization, with an abundance of complimentary extras that cover everything from spicy patty rubs to extra meats, cheeses, sauces, and more. The menu also offers chicken and cheese steak sandwiches and a variety of specialty hot sandwiches like the Country breaded steak with gravy, the fried cod fish, and the hot dog. In addition to televisions showcasing the latest backgammon tournaments, their bar also has non-sports-related entertainment aplenty, with trivia challenge events, open mic nights, and live music performances.

152 Woodrow Ave
Reading,
PA
US