BBQ Restaurants in Moorpark


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Get ready for some laid-back, messy eating in Moorpark's Moorpark district — Wood Ranch Barbeque's savory ribs and juicy pulled pork will leave behind bits of barbecue long after your meal is done. Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at Wood Ranch Barbeque. Wood Ranch Barbeque patrons can also take advantage of the many drink options offered here. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Wood Ranch Barbeque. Score quick and easy seating for your large group at Wood Ranch Barbeque. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Wood Ranch Barbeque, known for its laid-back ambience. Or, take your food to go. Wood Ranch Barbeque can also cater your next party; call today for details. Free parking is available to Wood Ranch Barbeque's diners that need it. Cyclists will love the spacious bike racks outside of Wood Ranch Barbeque. Wood Ranch Barbeque is a mid-priced establishment, with the average meal costing under $30.
540 New Los Angeles Avenue
Moorpark,
CA
US
Every dish at Bada Korean BBQ Tofu House is loaded with authentic flavor, from the gently spiced cucumber banchan to the short ribs served sizzling in a metal dish. This might come as a surprise, seeing as how the family-style eatery is located more than 30 miles away from LA's famous Koreatown. But location, it would seem, hardly matters when you have cooks so well-versed in the intricacies of Korean cuisine. The dining experience is also something that's straight out of Seoul; servers present miniature bowls of Korean sides?the aforementioned banchan?for families to share or distribute to the child who bids the most household chores.
14711 Princeton Avenue
Moorpark,
CA
US
Famous Dave’s dishes out a hearty menu of down-home barbecue drawing on founder Dave Anderson’s 25 years of culinary exploration and experimentation. Diners can kick off the carnivorous carnival with buffalo-style shrimp ($9.99) sporting spicy cornmeal breading and tiny Bills jerseys. To sate hungrier stomachs, pit masters slow-smoke ribs over smoldering sweet hickory fires to create The Big Slab of 12-bone ribs ($22.99). After first passing through a sauce-slathered shrink ray, Dave’s BBQ Buddies ($9.99) offer bite-size versions of the restaurant’s most popular sandwiches, including Georgia pork, Texas brisket, pulled chicken, and hot link sausage. Afterwards, a lineup of sugary treats, such as Dave’s famous bread pudding smothered in pecan-praline sauce and vanilla-bean ice cream ($6.99), pleases even the sweetest of teeth. The laid-back barbecue mecca also keeps eyes and ears entertained with its playful décor and blues- and klezmer-spiced soundtrack. Diehards can join Famous Dave's P.I.G. Club, designed to keep members current on the restaurant's happenings via email.
1229 Simi Town Center Way
Simi Valley,
CA
US
At Fresh Korea BBQ, customers embark on a self-service Korean barbecue experience by choosing their preferred cuts of marinated, raw meat and vegetables, cooking them at their own table's grill. The menu also lists classics such as bulgogi beef and spicy marinated pork, as well as cuts of salmon and marinated shrimp. But it wouldn't be a great Korean meal without traditional sides, such as kimchi, soup, lettuce leaves for wraps, and rice. The restaurant combines those classic elements with modern touches, making meals here cozy and relaxed.
2381 Tapo Street
Simi Valley,
CA
US
In 1967, L&L Hawaiian Barbecue began as a small drive-thru diner in Honolulu. Over the next several decades, the eatery expanded to more than 175 franchise locations across its home state and the continental United States. Though they have maintained their original base of operations and continue to draw on its local inspirations, L&L's owners take pride in introducing new communities to their take on traditional island comfort fare. Dishes such as fried chicken katsu, shredded kalua pork, and blends of mixed Hawaiian-style barbecue draw from Asian and American culinary influences, and ice-cold drinks pay homage to the frozen strait that first brought explores from Hawaii to the mainland.
245 N Moorpark Rd
Thousand Oaks,
CA
US
At 4 a.m., when most of Westlake Village is still asleep, the pitmasters of Famous Dave's are already at work, firing up the hickory logs that'll be slow-cooking pounds of pounds of meat that day. As the wood smolders, the team hand-rubs spices into award-winning ribs, Georgia chopped pork, Texas-style brisket, hot links, sweetwater catfish, and several other meats. Barbecue sauce even drips onto the cocktail menu, where guests can find a bloody mary ignited by house mix made with their Devil's Spit sauce.
3980 E Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Westlake Village,
CA
US
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