Two Brothers Bar-B-Q serves up an endless selection of sandwiches, such as a turkey club or BLT.
Taste comes first on the menu here, so low-fat chow is a world away.
The perfect place to take the kids, dining out at Two Brothers Bar-B-Q won't cost you a sitter.
When the weather is nice, hurry to Two Brothers Bar-B-Q to grab a spot on the patio.
Shake off the stiff workday duds at Two Brothers Bar-B-Q — attire is casual.
Or, take your food to go.
That's right! Two Brothers Bar-B-Q will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion.
Score! Two Brothers Bar-B-Q provides free parking to all diners in the lot next door.
Make use of the safe and efficient bike parking at Two Brothers Bar-B-Q.
A typical meal at Two Brothers Bar-B-Q will set you back less than $30.
Make sure you bring enough cash to Two Brothers Bar-B-Q to cover your expenses.
The dinner menu is a crowd pleaser at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
At Debbie Gate’s All American BBQ, classic American specialties sizzle on stovetops, along with a fearless variety of fried indulgences. Like children left in the care of their one cool uncle, the kitchen crew dips candy bars in a deep fryer and tops burgers with ingredients such as jalapeño poppers, onion rings, and baked beans. Also served amid the diner’s pleasant, familial atmosphere are belgian waffles with fried chicken, chicken tenders wrapped in bacon, pulled-pork barbecue sandwiches, and salad.
When the family behind Super-Stuff Super-Licious restaurant fired up their three sidewalk grills in 1985, they began a local BBQ legacy that was strong enough to attract people from forty miles out. Unfortunately, the booming success couldn’t stop an encroaching schism that would soon split up the relatives and choke the growing business. It took nearly 20 years of slow-cooked reconciliation and, according to the restaurant’s website, a spiritual awakening to bring the family and the business back together in 2005. Today, Robbie's Super-Stuff Super-Licious BBQ Restaurant continues the tradition they started more than 35 years ago.
The barbecue mavens stock their kitchen with fresh, local ingredients and meats. They season each of their ribs, chickens, and steaks—sousing some slabs with more than a dozen herbs and spices—before sizzling them atop an open-pit grill. They then slather these flavorful cuts in one of three sauces: hot-, mild-, or mustard-barbecue sauce. They also prepare homestyle sides, such as collard greens and signature cornbread, to accessorize meat-centric entrees or cocktail dresses.
You’ll find Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill restaurants located all throughout the midwest, each serving delicious barbecue daily. As an upscale barbecue house, the menu offers a great range of wings, barbecue, chicken, pasta, seafood and much more. The barbecued pork is slow roasted for over 11 hours using hickory wood to give it a rich, deep barbecue flavor. Smokey Bones has lunch specials each week for $9.99 (or less) that run Monday thru Friday from 11am to 3pm. There are a number of great food and beverage specials, such as all-you-can-eat wings, BBQ party packs, drink specials and beer bucket specials. The Bones Club gives people an opportunity to sign up for the mailing list to receive specials and each purchase earns rewards points. Each location takes pride in getting involved in local community outreaches. Customers can order food and drinks online. This particular restaurant is located at 6050 Robinson Center Dr, Pittsburgh, PA.
There’s nothing more American than an all-you-can-eat buffet. And there’s no buffet more expansive – and delicious – than the Grand View Buffet. The Grand View Buffet has taken the all-you-can-eat buffet to new heights offering more than just your traditional American cuisine. The Grand View Buffet offers Italian and Asian cuisine, the hard-to-find authentic barbecue, and much, much more. The Grand View Buffet also offers an extensive salad bar and a wide selection of delectable desserts to satisfy your sweet tooth. Lunch and dinner hours are sure to provide you with plenty of chances to indulge in all that Grand View Buffet has to offer. Sunday brunch takes Grand View Buffet’s offerings to even loftier heights: prime rib, bone-in ham, breaded torpedo shrimp, eggs benedict, mussels marinara, and more are available for your dining pleasure.
The pitmasters at the Harvard & Highland location of Union Pig & Chicken keep the menu simple, and in fact, very true to their name.
Every day, they smoke up St. Louis ribs, barbecued chicken, brisket, and pork shoulder, as well as tofu, sausages, and seafood. The menu of traditional and non-so-traditional barbecue is rounded out with buttermilk fried chicken and sides such as cornbread, mac and cheese, and creamy coleslaw to create meals that emulate Southern picnics without buying a blanket in Scarlett O'Hara's green-and-white dress fabric. Meals can be finished off with a selection from their daily dessert menu and washed down with a range of sodas, house-made sweet tea, draft beers, or a glass of bourbon.