Jones Barbeque

4417 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, WA 98126 Directions
Today 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM Closed All Hours
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86% of 1177 customers recommended

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  • Cuisine
    Barbecue, American



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John S.
Report | 2 months ago
They tend to sell out of certain popular menu items late in the day. It's a cash-only business.
timothy p.
Report | 2 months ago
like moms used to make
Letizia H.
Report | 2 months ago
Great barbecue dinners! Very authentic
Sheri T.
Report | 2 months ago
Hard to find! Need better store front.
Cornelia M.
Report | 2 months ago
Not a place to sit down. But great food
Kit H.
Report | 2 months ago
Get there early on a nearing holiday to make sure they have enough. It's just darned good stuff.....everything....
Barb H.
Report | 2 months ago
Order extra the leftovers are fabulous
Christine C.
Report | 2 months ago
This was a strange sort of visit...the first to the Jones Hog Heaven in West Seattle (I'd previously been a fan of the Beacon Ave and, later, Columbia City locations). Took a friend who spends most of the year working in a Muslim country and needs PORK when he's back in the states. We'd gone to Rainin' Ribs, my north-end BBQ favorite so I wanted him to try Jones' too. The meat (brisket/ribs) was as flavorful and abundant as ever; the sides were fine. But something was really off with the sauce...I think they may have JUST begun a batch of it and dipped some out before all the ingredients were in. It was like tomato sauce, thin, no spices. Disappointing. Also the service was ice-cold. I don't need or want any @ss-kissing when I'm dining in a mom 'n' pop but it really seemed like the people manning the shop didn't want us there. Everyone I've ever been waited on at the other Jones' locations has been pleasant and happy to have me there, enjoying their good food. So a mixed review, for sure. Still would go back; I have been eating Jones' for around 14 years now. Hope it never leaves Seattle completely.
John T.
Report | 3 months ago
Excellent BBQ with personal attention by the Jones's the best!
Manny L.
Report | 3 months ago
Great food and great service! The staff is awesome!
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A barbecue place is only as successful as its saucy foodstuffs, and the hot and mild meats at Jones Barbeque have been winning affections for more than 20 years. With signature ribs and smoked brisket featured on Food Network's BBQ with Bobby Flay, Jones was voted Best BBQ for five years in row (2004?2008) by readers of Seattle Weekly. Beside bountiful rolls of paper towels, tables populate with chopped pork, brisket, and hot links in sandwiches and on platters with collard greens and mac 'n' cheese. After wrestling down sharable meat combination platters, patrons can snatch bottles of Jones' barbecue sauce to slip into holiday stockings filled with coal and other grilling essentials.

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