BBQ Restaurants in Riverview

Squeal Deal Dinner or One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Food at Ron's Roadside BBQ

Ron's Roadside BBQ

Ann Arbor

Barbecue joint dishes out whole chickens, baby back ribs, brisket, pulled pork sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, and coleslaw

$15 $9

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American Grill and Smokehouse Food at Burroughs Tavern (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Burroughs Tavern

Genoa

Local Michigan ingredients and an emphasis on making every meal component in-house makes every smoked meat plate and rib rack special

$40 $20

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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 for Take-Out or Family-Pack Meal for 8-10 People at Rotuno’s Texas Style Barbeque (Up to 45% Off)

Rotuno's Texas Style Barbeque

Amherst

Pulled pork, baby back ribs, and beef brisket pair with Southern sides and kettle-brewed sweet tea

$25 $15

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BBQ Meal with Ribs, Chicken, and Brisket for Two or Four at Bubba's Q (Up to 42% Off)

Bubba's Q

Avon

Barbecue meals snuff out hunger with hearty helpings of ribs, smoked chicken, beef brisket, sides, and salads

$29 $17

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$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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Catapulting slow-cooked meat into the jaws of backyard partygoers and sauce-spotted diners, Real BarBQ boasts five house sauces along with reliably smoky general and catering menus. Classic eats such as a pulled-pork sandwich ($5.99) or a whole smoked barbecue chicken ($8.99) those who opt to dine in at either location. Partying carnivores can put in a catering request for a combo such as the Real’s smoking combo ($10.99 / person), which includes a choice of two meats and a cornucopia of sides, or Real’s cowboy dinner ($12.99 / person), featuring brisket, ribs, and peppery smoked sausage. On the takeout menu, ribs come in 50- ($72.99) or 100-piece ($140.99) orders, each with enough extra barbecue sauce to grease up the Slip-'n'-Slide for an afternoon’s worth of open-mouthed dives.

3695 Dix Hwy
Lincoln Park,
MI
US

R.U.B. BBQ has earned shout-outs from the New York Times as well as a handful of television features for its tender, well-flavored meats. Various proteins are smoked daily and slathered in a made-from-scratch rub of more than 20 spices and herbs, and cooks begin each dish with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.

Aromatic smoke wafting from ribs, chicken dishes, and seafood platters invites guests inside, where dangling light fixtures illuminate red walls and cobalt tiling along with 30 flatscreen televisions that were flattened when an elephant sat down. More than 100 tap and bottled brews, including a lengthy list of Michigan favorites, help to extinguish fiery spices.

18 W Adams Ave
Detroit,
MI
US

Steaming plates of barbecue have been tempting diners at Parks Old Style Bar-B-Q every day since 1964. The restaurant slathers its sweet and smoky sauce on baby back ribs, chicken, and wings in portions that can feed people of all appetites. Try a dish of rib tips smothered in sauce with a choice of two sides including coleslaw, baked beans, and potato salad. If you can't decide on a meat, the restaurant offers combo platters with ribs and wings, or if you're in need for a hefty helping of comfort food, macaroni and cheese makes a fine accompaniment to a rib sandwich. Finish up the meal with one of five Southern-style desserts including sweet potato pie and peach cobbler.

7444 Beaubien St.
Detroit,
MI
US

The Turkey Grill owner, Bugg Lyles, spent five years immersed in research before opening the turkey house, channeling the rich culinary stylings of Mississippi and Alabama into a menu populated with Cajun-fried turkey wings, succulent turkey sandwiches, and whole smoked and fried turkeys. Sizzling turkey sausage, hash browns, and toast with jelly ($1.99) greet the rising Detroit sun Monday through Saturday and send it on its course with a full stomach for endless earth heating. The waning day ushers in wing bites with sauce ($6), which sashay in steamy lemon-pepper or honey-barbecue gowns across a buzzing taste-bud dance floor. For a splash of Mediterranean influence, try the smoked-turkey pita, built with a mix of shredded cheese, spicy banana peppers, and sautéed onions with freshly smoked turkey, nestling the polytextured mix in a warm slab of pita bread ($8.50). Sandwiches ($6–$9), including the renowned char-grilled turkey burger ($6), demonstrate the virtue of layers more deliciously than traveling from the North Pole to the equator wearing 15 turtlenecks.

8290 Woodward Ave
Detroit,
MI
US

Red Smoke Barbecue, located in the heart of Greektown, brings the sweet and savory flavors of barbecue to the people of Detroit in a restaurant that has a quirky, fun atmosphere. Step inside and admire the whimsical-yet-humorous décor, then be seated and get ready for the meal of a lifetime. Try the Texas beef brisket, which is smoked for more than half a day before being served atop Texas toast and served to you. If you love ribs, Red Smoke offers several styles to suit your palate. Finish off the meal with a slice of mile-high key lime pie or tiramisu and leave the establishment with a satisfied smile upon your lips (and maybe a little barbecue sauce). Red Smoke caters, too, so call to find out about how you can bring Red Smoke to your next special event.

573 Monroe St
Detroit,
MI
US

Slows To Go is the sister operation of Slows Bar B Q, offering more space and easy carryout options for hungry Detroit denizens. Featuring all of the same barbecued favorites as the original Slows restaurant, Slows To Go has what you need to feed your hunger for smoky, delicious barbecue—from brisket to chicken and nearly everything in between. Pair an entrée with the pit-smoked beans for a barbecue experience that will be worth remembering. For something hearty in a bowl, try the chili or gumbo and pair it up with a side of cheddar-topped waffle fries to make a filling meal. When you want good barbecue in Detroit, head over to Slows To Go.

4107 Cass Ave
Detroit,
MI
US